Donation Options

 

You have many ways to show children and families you care. 

 

Monthly Giving

Establishing an automatic monthly donation to EBAC is a Win-Win!
  • You rest assured that you are supporting EBAC without having to remember to write a check, go online to donate, or respond to email or print mail appeals.
  • EBAC wins by receiving more consistent funding to invest in local children. Regular monthly donations allow us to better plan for investment in our prevention, resiliency building, and recovery services.
  • Setting up a monthly donation is easy and takes only minutes. Simply click here , enter the amount you would like to donate, select the “monthly” frequency option, and then provide your contact and payment information. By completing this process just once, you will provide EBAC with necessary ongoing funding, and you can edit or end your monthly donation at any time if circumstances change.

     

    Vehicle Donation

    Donate a car to East Bay Agency for Children

    Car donations can help a child in your community succeed in school and in life!  By donating a car, you fund critical programs to help children meet the challenges they face so they can achieve their full potential.  It is quick and easy to recycle your used cars, trucks, boats, RVs, motorcycles, or other vehicles—running or not! Plus, you may be eligible for a tax deduction if you itemize. (Consult the IRS or your tax advisor for details.)
    Call 1-888-686-4483 or donate online.

     

    Amazon Smile

    http://www.ebac.org/images/amazonSmiile.gif is a simple and automatic way for you to support East Bay Agency for Children every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop at smile.amazon.com, you’ll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as Amazon.com, with the added bonus that Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to East Bay Agency for Children. 

    To shop athttp://www.ebac.org/images/amazonSmiile.gif , simply go to smile.amazon.com and select East Bay Agency for Children as your charitable organization of choice. Then start shopping! 

     

    Important Note: In order for your purchases to count toward Amazon’s donation to East Bay Agency for Children, you need to shop at smile.amazon.com (not www.Amazon.com). Happy Shopping!

     

    Wish List

    You can support East Bay Agency for Children’s work with vulnerable children and families by donating any of the items listed on our “Wish List”. Please contact Ursula McClure at 510-844-6718 or Ursula.McClure@ebac.org if you are able to provide any of these needed items.  Review Wish List

     

    Personal Fundraiser

    Do you have a great fundraising idea or opportunity?  You can create a personal fundraising page and begin fundraising right now!

    Online Fundraising for the EBAC - Powered by Crowdrise


    What is Crowdrise?

    Crowdrise allows you to create your own fundraiser for EBAC. Whether you’re running a 10K, hiking a mountain, giving up birthday gifts, or participating in any sort of other activity or event, Crowdrise enables you to create a personal online fundraising page so you can invite your friends and family to contribute to EBAC through your fundraising effort.

    Why would I do this? 
    You love EBAC and its mission, and you want to help. But perhaps EBAC doesn’t offer the type of fundraisers that interest you. With Crowdrise, YOU get to choose the fundraising activity that works for you. You can turn any activity into a fundraiser simply by creating a Fundraising Page on Crowdrise. Simple as that. You’re now an EBAC fundraiser.

    How to get started 

    Visit www.crowdrise.com/ebac and click on the gold icon “Create A Fundraiser”  and follow the simple steps. For support creating/updating/deleting a fundraising page, contact Crowdrise Customer Service at SuperFast@CrowdRise.com

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