Corporate Giving

How to Give

Corporations and businesses will find meaningful opportunities to give back to the community through Easterseals DC MD VA. We rely on these partnerships to enhance services and maximize resources provided to our community. Your business can amplify its corporate social responsibility efforts by supporting Easterseals. Explore how to give through Financial Gifts, the Presidents’ Council, and In-Kind Donations.

Our Development team can help you make the most of your contribution. Contact Sharon Pippert, Associate Director of Development Operations,, or Mikaela Ober Schuster, Senior Director of Donor Relations,

Why Corporations Give

“As a business, Octo uses data science and emerging technologies to help our partners modernize and solve their problems. As citizens, we are also, and always have been, deeply committed to serving and giving back to our communities. Being able to use our capabilities to help local non-profits in the cities where we have a presence achieve their goals allows us to use the best of both our corporate capability and our passion for service.” – Octo Consulting Group

“It's so exciting to see multiple Employee Network Groups develop ways to partner with one organization. Both our VetsNet and Adapt groups have found meaningful strategies to contribute time and talent to Easterseals, which allows us to maximize our impact and increase their outcomes.” – Palo Alto Networks

Corporate Dollars Make a Difference


  • Allows 50 children with disabilities to attend a day of respite services
  • Engages seniors and children together in inter-generational activities


  • Covers the cost of 12 mental healthcare sessions at the Cohen Clinic for veterans, active-duty members, their families, and caregivers
  • Reintegrates homeless veterans into the community with employment and holistic support


  • Closes the gap between Medicare coverage and actual cost for 100 days of clinical care
  • Achieves financial independence for adults with disabilities enrolled in Social Security’s Ticket-to-Work program

 Financial Gifts


Make all checks payable to Easterseals DC MD VA and mail to our Development Office.
Easterseals DC MD VA

Attn: Development Office
1420 Spring Street
Silver Spring, MD 20910

Credit Card

Make a one-time gift or monthly recurring gift. MasterCard, Visa, American Express, and Discover accepted, using our secure online system.

Wire Transfer

Include the corporation name and gift designation for all wire transfers. Contact our Development team for Easterseals DC MD VA account information and wiring instructions. 


Take advantage of gifting your company stock. When you gift securities, you can make a larger contribution than might otherwise not be plausible.

Corporate Matching

Double your employees’ charitable donations with a company match. Let your employees know your match increases the impact of their donation.

United Way

Participate in a United Way Workplace Campaign program. If your local United Way does not list us, write in “Easterseals DC MD VA” on the United Way pledge card and include our address, Attention: Development Office. We participate in these United Way programs with the following designation codes.

  • Combined Federal Campaign #97246
  • United Way of the National Capital Area #8408
  • United Way of Central Maryland Private Sector #3339

 Presidents’ Council

Receive special recognition and naming opportunities as a member of this premier giving society when you donate $1,000 or more annually. Learn about the impact of each giving level within the Easterseals Presidents' Council.

 In-Kind Donations

Donate items in-kind to supplement our nonprofit’s budget. Your company’s contribution can go a long way toward keeping our programs in operation. Consider an employee-led collection drive, corporate-sponsored big-ticket items, and donations of expertise or services. Contact our Development team for the latest needs.

Easterseals DC MD VA is a Section 501(c) 3 tax-exempt charitable organization and donor gifts may qualify as a charitable deduction for federal income tax purposes. However, donors should consult with their tax advisers or the IRS to determine whether any contribution is deductible.

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