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Support individuals and families through transformation

East Oakland Community Project’s daily work and proven impact supporting people experiencing homelessness is made possible through investment from our community of donors.

Every size donation is valuable and impactful — especially as we continue to provide specialized guidance, assistance, and care throughout the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Will you donate to sustain our critical work?

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Want to make a sustained impact? Consider becoming a monthly pledger! By making a regular commitment, you will help our team deliver long-term, reliable, and compassionate care. Transforming the lives of individuals and families experiencing homelessness can take time — and your consistent support makes a difference.

For any questions or to discuss the following additional ways to give to EOCP, please contact 510-746-3602.

  • In-kind gifts (toiletries, clean clothing and linens, reading material, children’s supplies, technology)
  • Hosting a fundraiser
  • Corporate matching gifts
  • Securities, stocks, mutual funds, bonds
  • Planned giving and bequests from your estate, IRA, or life insurance plan
Stay Involved with EOCP

There are a number of ways to support our day-to-day work at EOCP beyond a donation — we value the gift of your time, and welcome volunteers. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impacts on our staff and protocols, our ability to onboard new volunteers is limited. However, we’d love to learn about your interest in volunteering! Please complete our interest form, and we will contact you as soon as opportunities are available.

Volunteer Interest Form

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7515 International Boulevard
Oakland, CA 94621
(510) 532-3211
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