Anyone can give a one-time donation at any time to Airbnb.org to help people find emergency housing in times of crisis. Go to Airbnb.org and click Donate.
Airbnb users in most parts of the United States (except users in Arizona, Hawaii, and New Mexico) can donate directly through their Airbnb account. If you do not have an Airbnb account, or Airbnb does not yet support donations from your location, you will have the option of donating to Airbnb.org through PayPal.
For donors paying income tax in the United States, donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowable under United States tax law as a charitable contribution to Airbnb.org, an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Donors should check their local tax regulations or seek professional tax advice to determine whether and to what extent their donation qualifies for any tax benefit.
You will receive a receipt after each donation to the email address associated with your Airbnb account or PayPal donation.
Donation collection and allocation
Donations are collected immediately once payment is made and are not refundable.
Donations to Airbnb.org are used to support emergency housing for people in times of crisis, like disaster evacuees, refugees, and relief workers providing long-term aid. Airbnb.org partners with nonprofit organizations to help distribute these funds and connect people with housing. These organizations are experts in their fields, and include CORE, Mercy Corps, and Church World Service.
Airbnb.org will provide periodic email updates on your impact, including an annual Impact Report. Find out more about who your donations could help at Airbnb.org.
Your donations support emergency housing for people in times of crisis. No fees are charged on the donation by Airbnb.org or Airbnb.
Other payments processors, including PayPal, may charge an additional processing fee.