Sponsoring Workplace Projects

ADDA would like to thank our partners, corporations and individuals that share our vision of a better world for adults with ADHD. Your generous support helps ADDA provide programs and services that help adults with ADHD live better lives.

By sponsoring ADDA events and projects, our partners demonstrate their commitment to philanthropy and reach potential consumers, employees and members.

ADDA is proud to partner with companies whose generous support makes our mission to help adults with ADHD live better lives possible.


If your organization employs adults with ADHD, or offers products and services for people with ADHD and you’re looking to build loyalty within your audience, you’ll definitely be interested in reaching ADDA members and promoting your offer as an ADDA sponsor.

ADDA’s Workplace Committee is a group of volunteers helping employees and employers better manage ADHD at work.  There is still much to do to eliminate the stigma of ADHD in the Workplace and help employees with ADHD make their best contribution and we need your help.


You Can Donate

Text to Donate Using a mobile device? Text “adhd” to 41444 to make your donation.

Your donation is tax deductible as ADDA is a non-profit 501(c) organization (Federal ID 84-1134997) helping adults with ADHD live better lives. Your generous contribution is essential in realizing our mission!


You Can Sponsor a Project

Projects we are seeking funding and other assistance for are:

  1. The development of an Interactive Accommodations Guide to provide seekers with lists of accommodations based on type of work and challenges.
  2. The development of an Online Training Program for Human Resources professionals on how to manage ADHD at work.
  3. Financial support to send speakers to offer the Managing ADHD at Work Presentation, a presentation that targets businesses to build awareness of impacts of ADHD in the Workplace and offer solutions to help organizations help their employees with ADHD.
  4. Editing a series of videos with ADHD experts.

Learn more about becoming a Corporate Sponsor.