Building an Economy that Works for Everyone

(Last chance!) Double your impact for a fair economy


Help make EOI into a winter wonderland – every $100 donation adds a snowflake!

We’re so close to meeting our $10,000 year-end goal, but we still need your help.

Time is running out to make a tax-deductible gift to EOI before midnight tonight.

Every falling snowflake adds up to something bigger — just like each contribution to EOI adds up to big changes in public policies that help create good jobs and build an economy that works for everyone.

EOI is a donor-supported, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. When we join together, we achieve more, so for every $100 raised, we’ll add a snowflake to our photo above. Will you help make it snow with a year-end contribution to EOI?

To make the holiday cheer go farther, all gifts received by Dec. 31st will be matched — up to $10,000! That means your gift will go twice as far in pursuit of our mission: building an economy that works for all.

Click here to make a year-end donation to EOI!

Your support is crucial to advancing public policies that promote educational opportunity, good jobs, healthy families and workplaces, and a dignified retirement for all. We have an ambitious agenda for 2016 and really do rely on your donations to help fund everything we do — from research to outreach to advocacy.

Thank you for your help and best wishes for the New Year!

John and the entire team at EOI

P.S. Don’t want to give online? Contact Sam, our development manager, for more giving options. Thank you!

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