Support Every Child By Two’s Mission to End Vaccine-Preventable Diseases
Nov 28, 2014
Every Child By Two
(ECBT) is truly grateful for your ongoing support and partnership over the past several decades. We remain in awe of families who have lost children to vaccine-preventable diseases and yet continue to speak out in an effort to save the lives of other children. As 2015 approaches, we’re committed to working our hardest to ensure that other families do not suffer the loss of a single child.
Your gift to Every Child by Two
will fund our ongoing efforts to educate the public about the dangers of vaccine-preventable diseases and the critical importance of following the recommended immunization schedule so that children are immunized on time, every time, against diseases. All donations are tax-deductible and any amount, big or small, would be greatly appreciated.
If you would like to make a contribution to support the critical work of Every Child By Two there are many ways to do so:
Shop on Amazon
When you shop at Amazon this holiday season, go to AmazonSmile.com
instead of the regular Amazon.com. Just designate Every Child By Two as your charitable organization of choice and .5% of your purchase amount will automatically be donated to our organization, at no added cost to you. From that point on, every purchase you make through AmazonSmile
throughout the year, whether it’s holiday gifts, household necessities, or those special little luxuries, will help our mission.
Make a Donation through Crowdrise
A grassroots effort has been initiated by Stephan N., of “Shill Army” and the We Love GMO’s and Vaccines Facebook page, to help raise money to support Every Child By Two (ECBT). The campaign is being facilitated through Crowdrise via the social media group dubbed “Shill Army,” whose mission it is to “take on pseudoscience fear-mongerers via social media”. Please be assured that any donation given to ECBT via Crowdrise will be directly credited to ECBT’s account.
Donate by Credit Card or PayPal
Click here to make a secured contribution to ECBT by either credit card or your personal PayPal account.
Donate by Check
By following this link you can download and print out our contribution form, which you can then mail to us with your check.
Designate Every Child By Two on Your United Way Contribution Form
If you participate in your local United Way Campaign you can designate Every Child By Two for your donation. Simply put in our name and our IRS Employee Identification Number (52-2165100), and your local United Way should take care of making your donation to us on your behalf.
Participate in Your Employer’s Matching Gift Program
Your employer may be willing to match your gift to Every Child By Two if you simply ask. This usually requires that you request, complete and submit a matching gift form from your employer’s human resources department. Many companies will make a 1 to 1 gift match, doubling your donation to Every Child By Two.
Include Every Child By Two in Your Estate Planning
Many of you have given repeatedly during your lifetimes, making regular and generous gifts to Every Child By Two. But have you considered the possibility of including Every Child By Two in your estate planning? Remembering us in your will or other estate plan will help to ensure your continued support of Every Child By Two and the work that we do. It will allow you to preserve and pass on your belief in the value of vaccines and the work that Every Child By Two conducts to assure that all children will be immunized on time, every time.
Together WE can make a difference and YOU can help save lives!
Please join Every Child By Two in our efforts to ensure that all children and their families receive timely immunizations.
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