The Oromo Community Organization of the Washington Metropolitan Area Needs Your Help
OCO receives financial and volunteer support from its members. The work of OCO continues to expand as more and more Oromo arrive in the Washington DC Metropolitan Area. OCO needs additional financial assistance from individuals, organizations, religious congregations and the government to meet the needs of the Washington DC Metropolitan Area Oromos.
You can help OCO continue to provide crucial services to the growing number of Oromo community in the nations capital by sending a monetary gift.
Oromo Community Organization (OCO) of the Washington Metropolitan area is recognized as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization by the US Internal Revenue Service. Donations to OCO are tax deductible for U.S. Taxpayers. Please check with your tax preparer for details.
We are grateful for your contributions of time, knowledge, skill, expertise and funds to OCO. Your giving allows the OCO Board to fund our programs and services, and to fund the mortgage payment of Oromo Community House.
Options for donation
- Volunteer Service.
- In-kind Donations of Goods or Services.
- Financial Contributions.
Volunteer Service — OCO’s many programs and events can always use the extra help of volunteers. To volunteer, please contact us via our email or telephone.
In-kind Donations of Goods or Services — Would you like to share your professional expertise or trade toward the achievement of our Mission? Or, would you donate items such as catering supplies, office equipment, or other items? If so, please contact us.
Financial Contributions — Your financial contributions directly support our programs and services. You can specify a particular program or activity you would like to fund, or allow our Board to direct the funds to activities most needing support.
Send your check or money order (drawn on U.S. funds please) to:
Oromo Community Organization
6212 3rd St, NW
Washington, DC 20011
Phone: (202) 234-1151
Thank you for your contribution!