Support The Opportunity Agenda

By working collaboratively with other organizations across a breadth of social justice issues and integrating strategic communications with advocacy and research, The Opportunity Agenda is telling a new story to the American people—a story that’s moving hearts, minds, and policy toward greater social justice.

We build upon American values—equality, mobility, redemption, voice, community, and security—as we lay a foundation for true opportunity.

Support The Opportunity Agenda today.  We need partners to help us expand opportunity for all.  And we need donors to invest in our vision—a society in which all Americans can reach their potential.  Our goals are ambitious and require lasting commitment.  If you like the movement we’re building, please contact us today.

How to Support Us

If you would like to help support The Opportunity Agenda, please consider the options below:

Donate to The Opportunity Agenda:  I would like to support The Opportunity Agenda’s work to build the national will to expand opportunity for all.  Donate now to the Opportunity Fund!

If you would like to mail your check, please send to: Development Department, The Opportunity Agenda, 568 Broadway, Suite 701, New York, NY 10012.

Give a Gift of Stock or Legacy:  Stock donations can be made by electronic transfer through the Tides Center.  For instructions about gifts of stock or how to make a planned gift, please contact Jessica Wells-Hasan, Director of Development, by email or phone (212-231-2234).

Matching Gifts:  Many companies offer matching gift programs that can multiply the impact of your contribution.  To find out if your company matches your charitable contributions, check with your human resources department.  Most companies require the Federal Tax Identification Number (EIN) of the organization to which you are donating.  The EIN for The Opportunity Agenda of Tides Center is 94-3213100.

Robert L. Carter Fellowship Program: The Robert L. Carter Fellowship is a two-year fellowship designed for recent law school graduates to participate in the legal and policy research and advocacy at The Opportunity Agenda. The position is named in honor of Judge Robert L. Carter, who sat in the federal Southern District of New York (Manhattan), and was the primary architect of the innovative strategy in Brown v. Board of Education. For more information contact Jessica Wells-Hasan, or to make a gift, click here.