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Ways to Donate

Whatever way you choose to give, we’re celebrating you!

Workplace Giving

Supporting Impact Justice through your workplace is easy and can double, even triple, the impact of your gift! Use the search tool below to see if your employer has a charitable matching gifts program. Then, follow the prompts to log in to your company’s portal and complete the matching gift form.

You can also look for Impact Justice on the Benevity Causes Portal and let your employer know about your gift.

Make a Gift Through Your Donor-Advised Fund (DAF)

What is a donor advised fund? A donor advised fund (DAF) is a charitable giving account that provides an immediate tax benefit and allows you to grant funds to charities of your choice. A donor advised fund is a great way to manage your giving to Impact Justice and other charitable organizations! 

How do I give through my donor advised fund? To recommend a grant online, click on the link below to find your fund. The system will prompt you through the process. 

Please use the following information:

Impact Justice (Tax ID/EIN: 47-3363891)
2930 Lakeshore Avenue, Suite 300, Oakland, CA 94610

Make a Bequest

Bequests are gifts made through a will or living trust. Consider naming Impact Justice the beneficiary of a specific amount or percentage of your estate. If you are considering a bequest that should be used for a specific purpose, please let us know. We can work with you to craft language that will meet your charitable objectives. 

You should speak to the attorney who is preparing your will about how to structure your request. If you have included Impact Justice in your estate plan, let us know! We’d like to thank you and recognize your gift.

Purchase Items off our Amazon Wishlist

With just a few clicks, directly support people in our Homecoming and California Justice Leaders programs who are returning home after incarceration.

Click the image below to purchase an item directly off of our Amazon Wishlist. Items like Chromebooks and hotspots allow participants to practice social connection, build technology skills, and work remotely if needed. Gift cards also ease the transition home, and our participants often use them for groceries, bedding, and transportation. Check back as our needs are often changing!

Have another idea that’s not on this list? Contact Erica Lawson, Associate Director of Development, at development@impactjustice.org.