Ways to Help Us
There are many ways you can help EDI help others. We thank you in advance for your support!
Help Us by Donating
For more information on how you can donate to Easy Does It, Inc., please contact our Executive Director, Jodi Holland at 610-898-7906 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Help Us by Volunteering
We are always in need of volunteers for our many events at The Recovery Center and the Reading Facility. Volunteering at an EDI event is fun and helps us bring these events to the recovering community, at low or often NO cost. Volunteering is also a way to network with other people in the recovery community and to reach out to newcomers in recovery.
At Easy Does It, we believe that a healthy drug and alcohol free social life is important to a lasting recovery.
If you have some time and energy and would like to become an Easy Does It volunteer there are several options:
• Volunteer for a Specific Event
• Volunteer to become part of the team for our on-going monthly events!
If you are interested in being a volunteer, call 610-373-2463.
We would love to have you as part of the organization!
Join the Make a Difference Club
Please consider contributing to Easy Does It, Inc.’s Resident Health and Wellness Fund. By joining the Make a Difference Club, you are providing the stepping stones to recovery for EDI’s clients within a safe, supportive and structured living environment. Each progressive level of giving is named for one of EDI’s Core Values which guide our interactions with one another and with others. Your contribution allows us to share these values with our clients and to make a difference in their lives.
All of EDI’s supportive housing program residents are homeless at the time of admission to EDI. Whether they come from the streets, treatment or detoxification centers, the criminal justice system, or from unsafe or unstructured living environments, most of EDI’s residents lack basic resources. In addition to providing a fully furnished living environment, food and transportation services, EDI also routinely provides clothing, toiletries, and other basic quality-of-life resources to new residents.
Additionally, many residents lack the financial resources or healthcare coverage to address numerous health and wellness issues. Consequently, EDI residents lack access to physical and mental health services, continued drug and alcohol treatment, necessary prescription medications, dental and vision care, and a host of other vital health and wellness services.
EDI is committed to helping clients bridge the gap so that they can maintain full and uninterrupted access to critical health and wellness services, and to provide clients with basic resources to enjoy dignity and quality of life.