Consider a donation to CVOEO to help us continue our work in a time of great uncertainty. 

For clothing donations to the Community Resource Center (Warming Center), please contact Trevor directly:

Also consider direct gifts to our food shelves: Feeding ChittendenAddison Community Action Food ShelfNorthwest Family Foods.


Call Jason Rouse, Philanthropy & Communication Director at (802) 862-2771, ext. 744 or email



by Mail 

Send Check or Cash to:
PO Box 1603
Burlington, VT 05402

  by Phone If you prefer to speak with someone by phone, contact us at: 802-862-2771, ext. 744.

For as little as $5 a month, you can make your giving more affordable and convenient while helping people in need to bridge gaps and build a better future.

How It Works
As a monthly donor, you tell us how much you would like to contribute each month, and we charge your card or set up an automatic bank transfer.

To start your monthly donation by credit card, use our online donation page and select "Monthly" under Donation frequency

Your monthly bank or credit card statement will clearly show you have given, and your annual donations will be easy to track for tax purposes. You may change your pledge or quit at any time, and your pledge will be renewed each year as long as you remain a participant.




CVOEO's Account:

DTC# 901, Bank of New York

N/O People’s United Bank, A/C# 906930

Inst ID# 10526, Agent Bank #80901

FBO:   Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity


To ensure proper credit, please contact Jason Rouse when you make a gift: 802-862-2771 ext. 744, or email at

  Employer-matched contributions

Double your gift! Many employers match employee contributions. Check with your Human Resources Department to see if your gift can be matched.

Employers that will match your gift: AIG, Bank of America Foundation, Ben & Jerry's Foundation, Bristol Myers Squibb, Cigna Foundation, Gannett Foundation, Gardener's Supply, GE Foundation,   Goodrich Foundation, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, IBM, Key Foundation, Verizon
















CVOEO addresses fundamental issues of economic, social, environmental, and racial justice and works with people to achieve economic independence.


Serving more than 10,000 households annually,
impacting the lives of over 23,000 individuals