Redbird's events and programs are open to all people, native and non native. We
welcome both volunteers and financial contributions, and there are also a number of
ways to contribute to Redbird at no personal cost whatsoever.
Your financial contributions can be earmarked for any of our current programs: the
Children of Many Colors Powwow, the Blanket, Toy and School Supplies Drive and Mini-
Powwow, the Forest Recovery Project, the Pinon Project, Chilao School or Highway 2
Art Show. We accept contributions online via Paypal, and via check or money order to
our mailing address. When making contributions via Paypal, please make sure to
choose the "donation" option, and Paypal will automatically generate a tax deductible
contribution receipt. Please click here to learn about planned giving and major gifts.
Small donations add up. Monthly giving programs are a great way to support causes you believe in without taking a big bite out of your budget. They also offer a measure of security for the charity by providing a dependable income. The easiest and most secure ways to set up a monthly donation program are through Paypal, or your bank via direct deport or automatic bill pay. To initiate an automated giving program with Paypal, use Paypal to make a donation to Redbird, and follow the prompts to set up an automatic donation. Almost all financial institutions offer an automatic bill pay program; if you aren't already using your bank's program, you can usually enroll online or contact a banker by phone or in person to help you get set up. If you need Redbird's banking information for direct deposit, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org (which is also our Paypal email address).
Our mailing address is
Redbird accepts vehicle donations, including recreational vehicles/trailers. Our beloved
1990 Suburban was a gift from the Schneider Family of South Pasadena, California, to
whom we are very grateful. Please contact us via email to discuss your donation,
including and make arrangements for pick-up or delivery.
You can earn money for Redbird when you register with eScrip, GoodSearch/GoodShop
or shop through Amazon Smile. Merchants make contributions to the charity of your
choice based on the amount you spend. Even regular grocery purchases can help earn
money for Redbird.
Buyers and sellers can support Redbird when using eBay. It's simple, you control the
amount of your contribution, and eBay automatically generates a tax deductible receipt
for your contributions, so keeping track of donations is automatic.
If you are in the southern California area and want to volunteer, here are some suggestions:
Redbird is a federally recognized 501(c)(3) non profit association,|
and your donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.
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