Support EOI through your workplace: Workplace giving (payroll deduction) is an easy way to support the Economic Opportunity Institute’s work in building an economy that works for everyone.
Maximize your gift with an employer match: Many companies and agencies also offer matching programs, which double and sometimes triple the impact of your donation! Ask your company’s human resources office whether a matching opportunity is available.
For questions, or to have an EOI staff member speak at your workplace giving event, contact Sam Hatzenbeler, EOI Development Manager, via email or by phone: (206) 529-6375.
Some common campaigns and giving opportunities:
City, State, County, Federal and UW Employees
Washington State Combined Fund Drive:
- Washington state employees can participate in the Combined Fund Drive, which runs each fall. To designate your gift to the Economic Opportunity Institute, you will need to include our ID: 330117.
King County Employee Giving Program:
- KCEGP giving campaign actively solicits workplace giving every fall. Please designate your gift to the Economic Opportunity Institute. Our agency ID: 9098.
City of Seattle Employee Giving Program:
- Seattle employees may initiate workplace giving any time of year. EOI is registered as a nonprofit through the City of Seattle employee giving program. Please send an email to email@example.com to make your gift.
You can designate the Economic Opportunity Institute in the “Specific Organization” or “donor option” section of your United Way pledge form.
Boeing employees can “check off” the Economic Opportunity Institute to receive a workplace gift any time of year. Boeing also matches gifts of financial support and volunteer hours. Please contact your human resources office for more information.
Microsoft Employee Giving Campaign runs throughout the year, with a push every October. Microsoft also matches employee gifts and volunteer hours! Please contact your human resources office for more information.
Google, The Gates Foundation, LinkedIn, Wells Fargo, Eddie Bauer, Costco Companies, REI, IBM, RealNetworks, Starbucks Coffee Corporation, and many others allow the Economic Opportunity Institute to be written onto their pledge forms. Please contact your human resources office for more information.