GET INVOLVED IN 2021
The Mission of the EBOD is for its’ members to live with passion, give back and have fun. We strive to leave this world a better place than we found it, and inspire others to do the same. In giving back, we’ve founded the EBOD Foundation, which intends to raise $1M in the next five years with funds directed to brain disorders, education and veterans.
Here’s how you can get involved in 2021:
Become a member of the EBOD Foundation: By becoming a member of the EBOD you become part of a highly-engaged association that values sharing, learning and connecting – and giving back to the community for the greater good. Interested in joining? Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to get involved.
Make a donation: no amount is too big or too small. The EBOD Foundation (EIN# 82-4744188) is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Your gift is tax-deductible to the full extent provided by law. To provide a secure, online donation please click on the donate button. The EBOD Foundation accepts PayPal, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover.
Employer gift matching: Some employers offer matching gifts, meaning they will match some or all of your charitable donations. Check to see if your employer offers this policy and potentially double your donation.
Ask for gift donations: If your friends and loved ones often ask you for birthday or holiday gift ideas, you can ask them to donate to the EBOD Foundation instead.
Raise funds for EBOD Foundation: You can raise funds for the EBOD Foundation in many ways—by organizing a local collection, sharing your participation in EBOD on social media, or participating in one of our events, such as our annual golf outing (and donating silent auction items). If you have a network of caring people and some hustle, you can raise a hefty donation.
Donate your stuff: Many of the veteran’s charities and nonprofits we support in the tri-state area accept donated goods, including clothes, shoes, furniture, and cars. If you have some stuff to get rid of, consider giving it to a good cause rather than throwing it out.