Thank you for considering to support our work. Your contribution and support helps EDI build a community to meet the growing imperative for global leaders. EDI is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Tax ID#: 91-2166233


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:

1.   Can I mail in a donation?

Yes. Please make the check payable to the Executive Development Institute and mail to:

310 120th Avenue NE,

Suite A102,

Bellevue, WA 98005

2.   Will I receive a copy for my tax records?

Yes. You will receive a letter by mail within a week.

3.   How will my donation be used?

 All donations go towards supporting EDI's leadership programs.

4.   How can I stretch my dollar?

The Seattle Foundation's #GiveBIG is a one-day, online charitable giving event (held in May) to inspire people to give generously to nonprofit organizations. On this day, The Seattle Foundation will match a portion of EDI's total amount raised. 

Alternatively, if you work for a company like Boeing, KeyBank, Microsoft, etc., they have a "gift-match" program, where they will match the amount you donate (or hours that you volunteer) to EDI (see below for more information). 

5.   Are there other ways to help EDI?

YES, YES, YES!! 

Corporate sponsorships and foundation grants contribute to the success of operating our leadership programs.

At Inclusion Fusion, EDI's annual fundraiser held in September, we need volunteers, desserts, auction items, and sponsors.

Program participants -  We're always looking to recruit participants for our Discovery and Navigation programs, so please spread the word!

If you'd also like to donate to the "Ted Yamamura Memorial Fund," click below. Ted Yamamura was EDI's co-founder and lost his battle to cancer in 2013. The donations to this fund will be used to fulfill Ted's vision of accelerating Asians and Hispanics into key leadership positions in businesses and community.   


GIFT-MATCHING & COMMUNITY REWARDS PROGRAMS:

Click to find out more. 


If you have any questions about making a donation, please contact the EDI office at (425) 467-9365 or email edi@ediorg.org.