$3M BRIDGEGOOD Community Studio Capital Campaign
As Oakland’s first tech-for-good nonprofit, community-access co-working space, and education center, expansion is vital to BRIDGEGOOD’s growth and sustainability. We are excited to announce, after 3 years of planning, BRIDGEGOOD will have a new studio space starting Q3 of 2021. Located near the Oakland/Alameda waterfront, we will be the anchor for creative job seekers, diverse entrepreneurs, and community leaders.
BRIDGEGOOD is launching a $3M capital campaign to support our improvements and sustain our operations through this transition. The success of our campaign is measured not only by the amount of a given contribution, but also by the number of individuals who participate. When you make a tax-deductible contribution, it helps demonstrate to foundations, granting agencies, and our Oakland community that we have strong support from those we serve. Gifts of all levels matter and each person can truly make a difference.
$60K BRIDGEGOOD Creatives Unite!
Emergency funds to launch BRIDGEGOOD Creatives Unite! an initiative in response to COVID-19 that provides immediate job resources for up to 120 un- / under- employed students of color through December 2021. Job seekers assisted are people of color, ages 18-34, attending local community colleges.
Mail your Check
Please make your check payable to: Oakland Digital dba BRIDGEGOOD
Did you know BRIDGEGOOD is more than tech?
Your donation to BRIDGEGOOD will help students learn essential job skills and build long-term, meaningful careers in design, business, and technology.
Did you know BRIDGEGOOD is the only tech-for-good platform supported by both Google and the Golden State Warriors?
Thought leadership and community-based initiatives led by Google.org, Clorox Co., Twitter, Office of the Mayor, US Bank, Craig Newmark Philanthropies, and Golden State Warriors Community Foundation.
Get in Touch
At BRIDGEGOOD, we design for social good. We design because we believe that under resourced students should have opportunity for economic mobility and advancement. Together, let’s build communities and inspire the next generation of creators.
Make an Impact — Matching Gifts, Donating Stock, Leaving a Legacy:
Many companies match up to 100% of their employees’ qualified donations. Your HR department can provide you with instructions on how to match your charitable gift.
Donating stock to BRIDGEGOOD is easy to do and all stock gifts are tax deductible. Contact Shaun Tai for guidance on making the stock transfer and to notify us when you make the gift so we can send an acknowledgement letter for your records.
Leave a Legacy
An excellent way to entrust a portion of your estate to BRIDGEGOOD is through a planned gift. We recommend you contact your attorney for more information. Following are just a few simple ways you can make a planned gift to BRIDGEGOOD:
- Estate Planning: The best gift you can give yourself is to have an up-to-date will. The easiest way leave part of your legacy to BRIDGEGOOD is to name the organization in your will.
- Trust: Establish a charitable trust that guarantees income and provides you with a tax deduction.
- Retirement and/or Life Insurance: Make BRIDGEGOOD a beneficiary of a retirement account or life insurance policy.
- Real estate: An asset you’ve had for generations can also be a gift for generations to come. By donating all or part of your property to BRIDGEGOOD, you may be able to reduce your capital gains tax, receive an income tax deduction and receive income for life – and you may even be able to continue to use or live on the property. Best of all, your gift will support our vital work providing opportunity to Northern California students.
- Talk with us: Executive Director Shaun Tai, (510) 435-2945, email@example.com.
Oakland Digital Arts and Literacy Center Inc dba BRIDGEGOOD is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization (Tax ID number: 27-0720655). Your gift is tax-deductible as allowed by law.
Please note that the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, enacted on March 27, 2020, will let taxpayers deduct up to $300 in charitable donations from their taxable income. The rule will apply only to charitable contributions made in 2020. Taxpayers will be able to claim the deductions on their tax forms next year.