In her precious 22 years, Aaliyah achieved more than many do in several lifetimes... An illuminating factor was her conviction to touch and help others. The Aaliyah Memorial Fund was created as a vehicle whereby her fans, friends and family can contribute to and support causes that Aaliyah found important. The beneficiaries and charities include the Agape Christian Center, Alzheimer's Association of Los Angeles, American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, American Red Cross, Detroit School of Arts, EIF Revlon Run/Walk For Women, Fisher Center for Alzheimer's Research, Harlem Breast Cancer Center, Hofstra University, Jenna Druck Foundation, Jonsson Cancer Center Foundation, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, National Alzheimer's Association, National Breast Cancer Coalition, National Kidney Foundation, Revlon/UCLA Breast Center, Sacred Heart Parish, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and Step Up Women's Network. The Haughton family is committed to these causes among others that affect families all over the world from every walk of life.
For Aaliyah and her comrades that left us August 25th, 2001, there is much we can do as a benevolent community to keep Aaliyah's dreams and legacy alive. With your contribution, research and hope for cures will continue on with your help in Aaliyah's name.
If donating by check or money order, please make payable to "Aaliyah Memorial Fund" and then please mail to:
* Please send any donations by Check Only (or Money Order). For accounting reasons cash can not be accepted and then philanthropically donated to all the Good Causes that are part of the Fund. Thank You So Much!!
Aaliyah Memorial Fund
PO Box 299
Dobbs Ferry, NY 10522
(Even donating just $1 or $5 is very helpful and very meaningful. Whatever can be offered is greatly appreciated.)
With Aaliyah, Keeth, Christopher, Eric, Doug, Gina, Scott, Anthony and Luis In Our Hearts!
New additional supported Charities in 2018 include Colorectal Cancer Alliance, Convoy of Hope, Hudson Valley Family Church, Scleroderma Foundation,
United Service Organizations (USO), and William A. Morris Intermediate School #61.