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The Educators’ Institute for Human Rights, Inc. is an insured, federally recognized 501c3 nonprofit educational incorporation, (EIN #27-3941018) that is incorporated and registered with the New York State Charity Bureau, (ID# 44-93-10). Given that, your contribution is tax-deductible by all federal and state standards, with all donors receiving a letter of acknowledgement for accounting purposes.
The future can be different than the past! Help the teachers we serve be a firewall against hatred and extremism around the world. Make your donation today by using either of the options on this page. Thank you for your support! For further questions about how you can help, please contact our Executive Director Kate English at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can donate via PayPal using the button above, or via check made out to:
The Educators' Institute for Human Rights
1875 Connecticut Ave. NW, 10th Floor
Washington, DC 20009
Interested in volunteering? Internship? Partnership?
Please contact us! We would love to have you involved.
Related Documents & Information
- EIHR 501c3 Approval Document from the IRS
- New York State Certificate of Incorporation
- New York State Charities Bureau Confirmation Letter
- 2015 990 Tax Statement
The Educators’ Institute is advised by the following:
Michael DeFreitas, William C. Moran & Associates, Williamsville, New York
Andrea DeMaioribus, Certified Public Accountant, Eden, New York
Deborah Frank Rhodes, Insurance Agent, Williamsville, New York
Sponsor a Teacher Conference: $5,000.00
The Educators’ Institute offers Conferences for Educators on the most pressing human rights issues of our day. With a contribution of $5,000, your family or business would sponsor a training event coordinated by our nationally-recognized teaching staff. One educator affects the lives of over 100 students a year. Help them to be better equipped with the knowledge, lessons, and confidence to teach about the issues that matter. At the donor's discretion, any of these events would be named in their honor.