The eCW Giving Foundation

The eCW Giving Foundation is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to combat inequality by supporting educational, anti-hunger, and housing-related initiatives in underprivileged communities. Since 2020, the Foundation has donated nearly $1 million to some 30 regional and national charities.

By identifying regular recipients whom we can support in an ongoing way, the Foundation works to reduce barriers to success and expand educational and life opportunities in communities in need.

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Some Organizations We Have Helped

Bottom Line

Thank you for the eCW Giving Foundation’s generous grant to Bottom Line. Bottom Line relies on the consistent generosity of partners like you to serve students from our community. With the Foundation’s support, we are helping first-generation, degree-aspiring students get into college, graduate and establish themselves in a mobilizing first job.

Alana Hill
Director of Institutional Giving

Central Institute for the Deaf

I do want you to know that eClinicalWorks’ partnership and financial support have helped make it possible for CID to continue our 108-year-old mission to teach children who are deaf and hard of hearing to listen, talk, read, and succeed, no matter the challenges we’ve faced. In addition, your support enables us to empower families and professionals in St. Louis and worldwide to help children reach their fullest potential.

Ann Holmes, MS, CED
Director of Individual Donor Relations

CYCLE: Changing Young Childrens Lives through Education

Thank you very much for your generous donation which will ensure 250 students will receive bikes and helmets this semester. We are committed to supporting reading programs in schools for 2nd grade students. Reading is the most important skill a child can learn and that ability is strongly related to opportunities for academic success. We offer children the opportunity to earn a new bike by signing a contract with their teachers whereby they agree to improve their literacy and maintain good behaviors.

Rebecca L.B. Roberts
Executive Director