ECMHP

How You Can Help

Our donors come from all walks of life. One thing they have in common is the care and compassion they show in investing in a community program to help young children and their families. ECMHP takes on this challenge every day, working with children, parents, preschools, social service providers–everyone who is involved in a young child’s life to ensure that each one is getting the very best education and other early developmental services. That’s how young children achieve their fullest potential–right from the start.

We can’t do what we do without community support! Your contribution could make the difference of a lifetime for a struggling family and a child in need.  Consider contributing to our Capital Campaign today to help change our world, one family at a time… Use our downloadable form to pledge now.

Find out more about two important ways to contribute to the Early Childhood Mental Health Program:

  • Capital Campaign –Learn about our new building in Richmond where we’ll be able to serve even more families.  Your gift will make this campaign possible.
  • Annual Giving — These gifts help meet our day-to-day operating expenses, allowing us to provide services to families that do not qualify for Medi-Cal services. Often, these families are undocumented, and while they may have the greatest need, are not eligible for public services.

The Early Childhood Mental Health Program is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and all donations are tax-deductible.  All donors receive a thank you letter from our office that includes the amount of the donation and our tax ID number, 94-2883469. Looking for creative suggestions on ways to contribute? Consider a bequest. Contact ECMHP Executive Director Jeff Sloan at 510-412-9200 for more information on giving.


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You can easily find out what the Early Childhood Mental Health Program (ECMHP) is up to by subscribing to our quarterly e-newsletter. Simply add your email below and you will learn about upcoming ECMHP events, the latest information about early childhood best practices, what our staff are up to, and so much more!

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