Make A Donation

Thank You for Considering an ACT Foundation Donation

We appreciate your generosity, which will help us fund ACT Foundation scholarships and other programs. Together, we can do great things! The ACT Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization, and as such your contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

Donate Online
An easy way for you to donate to the ACT Foundation is by clicking the "Donate Now" button at the top of this page.

Corporate Donors
Please review, download and complete our sponsorship opportunities form and return it to us using the information below. You can make an immediate donation online and simply alert us so we can be sure to reach out and determine how best to recognize your contribution.

Donate by Email, Fax or Mail
Please download and complete our donation form to include with your donation. Feel free to include a note. Also let us know your donation is coming by sending an email to

Make checks payable to:
Account Control Technology Foundation
21700 Oxnard Street, Suite 1400
Woodland Hills, CA 91367

Donate In-Office or In-Person
If you are an Account Control Technology Holdings company employee, you can make a donation in cash or check to your office’s ACT Foundation committee members or HR representative. If you are solicited by a member of the ACT Foundation committee in your local community, feel free to make a donation to our representative, but you may wish to see an appropriate ID and/or request a receipt.

Make Special Arrangements
If you intend to make a large donation or would like to set up an affiliation or partnership with the ACT Foundation, please contact us directly at or
(800) 394-4228, x5241. Please be sure to share the details of your proposal.

Thanks again for your support!

Did You Know?

The volunteer nature of the ACT Foundation and generous corporate sponsorship mean nearly 100% of individual donations reach the people who can benefit the most from them.

Our Impact

"I would like to express my sincere gratitude for your support of college students. It means a lot to me that you believe in the efforts of students such as me to reach our higher educational goals."

– Amy Roluffs, ACT Foundation Scholarship Recipient