EARTH CULTURES PROJECT
With budget cuts to the arts programs in schools and to many library and community outreach programs that we are a part of, we especially appreciate your support in these trying times. The programs below allow you to contribute to our cause without spending any money you wouldn't have spent anyway. Thank you so much for your continued support!
Earth Cultures is one of the projects of Educational Communications, a non-profit 501(c)(3), tax-exempt organization founded in 1958. See below for various ways to support Educational Communications' many projects.
Donating the painless way
Use GoodSearch as your search engine. Select "Educational Communications, Los Angeles," as the non-profit organization you wish to support. Each time you search, a small percentage will go to support Educational Communications' various projects.
GoodSearch also has a toolbar you can download free. It immediately shows you the percentage that will be donated to your organization of choice if you shop through the GoodShop program sponsored by GoodSearch. (www.goodsearch.com/goodshop.aspx)
Shopping, dining and more - Just register your debit and/or credit card, designate "Educational Communications, Los Angeles," as your non-profit of choice and begin shopping as you normally would. Merchants donate various percentages to non-profits registered with eScrip.
Register your Ralph's card online and select Educational Communications as your non-profit of choice.
Donate safely and securely through PayPal
I would like to support Educational Communications' Earth Cultures Project and Education Through the Arts
EARTH CULTURES PROJECT - EDUCATION THROUGH THE ARTS & CULTURAL AWARENESS - DOCUMENTARIES
The Earth Cultures Project is one of the many projects of Educational Communications, a a non-profit 501(c)(3), tax-exempt organization founded in 1958,
dedicated to improving the quality of life on this planet.
Email: email@example.com Mailing address: Educational Communications, P. O. Box 351419, Los Angeles, CA 90035-9119 Phone: (310) 559-9160
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