ECE®Aid – You Can Help Someone in Need

ECE®Aid is a charitable initiative developed to provide fee waivers for educational credential reports for vulnerable populations.  

While the ECE®Aid program initially launched in August 2016 with the intention of helping refugees and asylum seekers, the scope has expanded to include those with temporary protected status, special immigrant status, and those affected by natural disasters or extreme hardship.

Read about some of the people ECE®Aid has helped.

“For more than 36 years ECE has been ensuring that foreign-educated people are respected and recognized for their educational achievements. In a time of uncertainty and turmoil, we have the opportunity to make a real and meaningful difference in people’s lives and help build a strong, diverse and productive society. Refugees face many barriers as they pursue getting to this country and starting or continuing an education. Waiving fees for credential evaluation is a small piece of the puzzle, but we hope it can be a very welcoming gesture as they start their journeys.” -Margit Schatzman, ECE president

Why should you donate to this cause?

With a donation of any amount, you can help to pay for an educational credential evaluation for someone in need. 

Your contribution is an investment in both an individual's future and our community. 

A gift to ECE®Aid…

• Opens the door to educational and/or professional fulfillment
  • • Provides an experienced workforce in high-demand occupations
  • • Protects public safety through credential checks

Will you help?

A donation to ECE now could help transform a person in fragile circumstances into an integrated and productive member of society.

How is the money raised distributed?

ECE selects experienced, trusted agencies and institutions to distribute fee-waiver vouchers to qualifying immigrants. ECE does not provide complimentary reports directly to individuals.

We promise you are making a sound investment!

All monies received will be allocated specifically to reports for the under served. No donations received will be directed to the general operating fund. 

ECE is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, and all donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.