Ways to Give
Your generosity helps Easterseals Northern California provide services that enhance everyday living for individuals and families living with autism and developmental disabilities.
Ways to Donate
Donate now! — Make a secure online gift that provides direct services for children and families affected by disability. Your contribution makes a real difference in people’s lives.
Monthly Giving — Sustaining members help give us the security and flexibility to respond to opportunities and needs as they arise.
Read below to see what programs you can support with your gift today.
Parents Night Out – Parents Night Out provides therapeutic respite care to clients and their siblings, while parents and caregivers can take a Saturday evening to themselves. In addition to Parents Night Out, our Afternoon at the Movies events provide stigma-free, sensory-friendly movie experiences for families to see their favorite flicks on the big screen.
Kaleidoscope Community Adult Program – The Kaleidoscope Community Adult Program (KCAP) is a community-based program that serves adults 18+ with special needs. With weekdays filled with daily outings that focus on volunteerism, career training, health and wellness, independence skills and, of course, making friends, your support can help provide new equipment for career training and new activities for independence.
Social Skills Groups – Our Social Skills Groups are a great way for young minds to develop their social skills while engaging in their passions. Led by clinicians throughout Northern California, our Social Skills Groups introduce children with autism to new STEAM-based activities (science, technology, engineering, art and math) and deeply engage them in existing interests — all while building friendships that can last a lifetime.
The PLAY Project™ – PLAY Project™ provides play-based early intervention to families, coaching parents on how to best engage with the developmental levels of their children age 5 and under living with autism. During a PLAY session, it’s the kiddos who guide the fun, which builds trust and family engagement, and helps parents and practitioners discover and understand the best ways to interact and learn through play.
Your gift, whether one time or monthly, helps to support the services needed by individuals and families living autism and developmental disabilities to ensure that they live, learn, work and play to their full potential.
Matching Gifts — Many companies offer matching gift programs to encourage employees to contribute to charitable organizations—sometimes matching 100, 200, even 300 percent of your contribution! Learn more
Stock Donations — A gift of stock or other appreciated property entitles you to a tax deduction for the market value of the donated stock, not just your cost basis. We make it as simple as possible for you to transfer stock to Easterseals Northern California.
Legacy Giving — You support Easterseals because you want to see everyone, regardless of ability or life challenges, to realize their full potential. When you include Easterseals Northern California in your will or other long-term plans, you partner with us as advocates for children and adults with disabilities. Your gift to future generations will help ensure that we all have the opportunity to thrive. Learn more
Our Partnerships — Join the many corporate sponsors who help us support and change the lives of people living with disability in the Bay Area each year. Without the constant support of these partners, Easterseals would be unable to provide the comprehensive solutions and enriching programs that increase the quality of life for children and families affected by disability.
Give by Mail or Phone:
Easterseals Northern California
Attn: Development Department
2730 Shadelands Drive, Bldg. 10
Walnut Creek, CA 94598
Phone: (925) 266-8400
Please make checks payable to: Easterseals Northern California. When mailing a check, please indicate your designation on the check’s memo line. When you give to Easterseals Northern California, you are making a sound investment, helping children and families affected by disability throughout the Bay Area.