EEF welcomes your tax-deductible indirect donations.
But EEF cannot accept tax-deductible direct donations. For though EEF is a non-profit, it is not registered as a 501(c)(3)*
Here’s how indirect donations (IDs) can be made to EEF:
EEF subcontracts to 501(c)(3) organizations, providing free tutoring in their name. Thus, donating to such partner 501(c)(3) organizations is effectively donating to EEF.
EEF asks that such donations be earmarked. In particular, so that the partner 501(c)(3) organization could credit EEF as the inspiration for your donation, please forward your donation’s e-receipt (as well as any comments) to dan@EducationEquityFoundation.org. If you wish your donation be split between EEF & the 501(c)(3) organization, please also specify the % split in the subject line.
*Here's why EEF has not been registered as a 501(c)(3):
Most critical over this 1st year of EEF's development is flexibility. Innovation, particularly innovation in EEF's initial projects, must be focused upon. EEF can afford neither the distraction nor the legal costs of the red tape required to set up & maintain 501(c)(3) status.