Donate Now and Make a Dream Come True!
Dreamcatchers Empowerment Network is a 501(c)(3), not-for-profit organization, and contributions are tax deductible. Approximately 18% of our annual budget is based upon private individual or corporate contributions – your donation does make a difference. We hope that you will partner with us in this great work we are doing to help clients explore their dreams of becoming employed and self-sufficient. Thank you.

Dreamcatchers Employment Network Contributions 2016
Thank you to our generous 2016 donors for their contributions to Dreamcatchers! Their donations make a huge difference in our clients’ lives and allow Dreamcatchers to continue this important work.

Capital Funding

Commercial Energy

 

Thank you The Safeway Foundation and
Wells Fargo Foundation for their generous donations!

Dreamcatchers Employment Network Contributions 2015
Thank you to our 2015 Circle Level Donors for their generous contributions.  Every day our clients’ lives are being changed through the power of employment, and it is donors like you that allow Dreamcatchers to continue this important work.

Platinum Circle: $2000
Kamer–Smith Revocable Trust

Gold Circle: $1000
Commercia Bank
Moss Adams
Oakland Packaging & Supply

Silver Circle: $500
D7 Roofing Services
The Stahl Companies, Inc.
Hansen Hunter & Co.
Quiring General, LLC

Bronze Circle: $250
G2 Insurance
Craig Shinozaki

WAYS TO DONATE:
All donations will be confirmed with an acknowledgment and receipt for tax purposes.


Donate online

Click on the DONATE button above to donate through PayPal.

Donate by check / mail
Please make your check payable to Dreamcatchers Empowerment Network and send to:

Dreamcatchers Empowerment Network
1125 Missouri Street Ste. 302
Fairfield CA 94533

For questions, please contact Dreamcatchers at info@dreamcatch.us or 707-558-1775.

“This program has helped me in many ways. Not only was I supported every step of the way through learning interview skills and job searching, but I also gained the confidence to move forward with going back to work while managing my life and my anxiety.” – Melissa