Membership and Support

Support NCPG

Every two minutes, someone calls our helpline. Thanks to your generosity, we’re able to quickly connect them with life-changing support and resources.

We receive no federal funding — our mission is fueled by individual members and donors like you. Give today to amplify your impact!

Support NCPG

How Your Gift Makes an Impact

No matter the amount, your gift will help to:

  • Ensure the widespread availability of treatment for people affected by gambling disorder or problem gambling.
  • Encourage research into problem gambling and programs for prevention and education.
  • Increase public awareness of gambling disorder.
  • Provide training and education for professionals and community members on problem and responsible gambling.

We depend on friends like you to support our core programs.

We depend on friends like you to support our core programs, including the National Problem Gambling Helpline, 1-800-GAMBLER. You drive NCPG’s mission and provide help and hope to the people who benefit from our programs and resources, including an estimated 660,000 people affected by gambling disorder each year and their 4.6 million family members, in addition to the millions of people who are on the problem gambling spectrum.

NCPG’s Board of Directors, staff, and stakeholders extend our heartfelt thanks for your support. Together, we can raise awareness of problem gambling and improve access to high-quality care for anyone who needs it. Thank you!

How to Give

The easiest way to give is by making a secure, online donation. You can also download the donation form and return it with payment via mail, fax or email.

Federal Tax I.D. #51-0141872


Fax: 202.547.9206

Mail (with a check) to:

NCPG Membership
730 11th Street, NW, Suite 601
Washington, DC 20001

Thank You for Your Support

With over 50 years of experience, NCPG is the most objective national voice on problem gambling and responsible gambling issues. 

In conjunction with our state Affiliate chapters, we are in constant communication with important stakeholders from government agencies, gaming companies, treatment facilities and counselors, research groups, and recovery communities. We also serve as an important source of information for journalists and legislators from across the country, who call us every day with questions both basic and complex.

With your help, we can further our mission and fight to ensure that nobody goes without great care.

Thank you.