Donor FAQs
Is my gift tax deductible?
Yes. All contributions to the Dream.org, a 501(c)3 – EIN 26-1140201, are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.
Will I get a receipt?
Yes. You should receive an electronic receipt sent to the email address you provided on the donate form. If you require a printed receipt or need a new receipt generated, please reach out to us at giving@dreamcorps.us.
What will appear on my credit card statement?
Your bank statement or credit card statement will say your payment was made to “Dream.org”. Your statement will also include the amount of your gift and the date it was received..
Is my transaction secure?
Yes. All of Dream.org donation platforms have HTTPS encryption so all of your data is kept private.
Can I donate by check?
Yes.
You can make all checks payable to Dream.org. Our mailing address is:
Dream.org
436 14th St.
Suite 920
Oakland, CA 94612
Can I donate by electronic transfer?
Yes. Dream.org currently accepts electronic transfers. Please contact our development staff for more details, giving@dreamcorps.us.
Can I donate stock?
Yes. Gifting stock may provide additional tax benefits to you as the donor. If you are interested in donating stock, shares or mutual funds, please contact us at giving@dreamcorps.us for advice or instructions.
Can I donate cryptocurrency?
Yes. Visit the Dream.org Endaoment page to donate crypto: Follow the instructions to Create a Fund and donate crypto to the fund. Then, submit a recommendation.
Does Dream.org participate in workplace giving and matching?
Yes. Check out our Workplace Giving page to see if your workplace will double your impact (and your donation).
How can I contact you?
Email: giving@dreamcorps.us
Phone: 510-663-6500 x339
Address: 436 14th St, Suite 920, Oakland, CA 94612
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