DONATE

We offer many options for making monetary donations to our programs that contribute to our goal of reducing poverty and promoting economic self-sufficiency.

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One-Time Donation

Make a one-time gift to help a family in need

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Bridge Builders

Become a monthly “Bridge Builder” donor

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ES Endowment and Gateway Scholarship

Help families to leave poverty permanently.  

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Wheelz 2 Work

Help us provide safe and reliable transportation.

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Appreciated Stocks, Mutual Funds & IRAs

An easy way to make a significant contribution to help defeat poverty.

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Estate Planning

 Include us in your Will to help make a lasting difference.

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Adopt A Family

Sponsor a local family that’s working toward economic self-sufficiency! 

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ES 25th Graduation

Buy tickets or become a Sponsor.  

Other ways to donate

Donations of all kinds are appreciated

Amazon Smile 

If you purchase items through Amazon, consider making Bucks County Opportunity Council your designated charity.  When you shop on AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to the charitable organization of your choice. Click the Amazon Smile logo or click on the button to support BCOC when you shop at Amazon!

HELP Center

Help Bucks County Opportunity Council collect items for The HELP Center. For more information and details, click on the button below.

Matching Gifts 

If your employer matches gifts, please consider BCOC when doing your employee giving.  Many employers sponsor matching gift programs and will match any charitable contributions or volunteer hours made by their employees.  Please contact your Human Resources Department for more information about how your company matches gifts.

Gifts in Memory or in Honor of Someone

BCOC accepts gifts in memory or honor of someone you care about.  Gifts in memory or in honor of someone can be made here: http://weblink.donorperfect.com/Inhonormemoryof

Or contact Joe Cuozzo, Director of Development, 215-345-8175 x204 or jcuozzo@bcoc.org