ROUND TABLE PIZZA, 398 Grand Ave. Oakland will donate 15% of your order to CLAUSEN HOUSE on MONDAY, JULY 25th, 12:00pm -9:30pm. Download this coupon. Dine-in or Take-out and help support a great cause!
Shop at any Safeway Store in Northern California during the month of July and answer “Yes” when the cashier asks you “Do you want to support people with disabilities?” Clausen House is one of Safeway’s chosen organizations to receive the proceeds from this campaign. Your support for people in your community with disabilities can and will make a difference!
On Friday, September 2nd, the Oakland A’s and Clausen House are teaming up! See the A’s vs. Boston Red Sox. Purchase tickets for Field Level seats for $27 through www.athletics.com/clausen, and $5 of each ticket will go to Clausen House.
We create opportunities for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to gain competency, develop relationships and join the community with increasing command over their own lives. See our video!
Falletti Foods, at 308 Broderick St. San Francisco, has chosen Clausen House to be one of their featured nonprofits to benefit from their bag donation program from now until the end of May 2016. To participate, grab your shopping bags and visit Falletti Foods. At the checkout counter, you will receive tokens for using your own shopping bag. You deposit your token with a featured nonprofit. We hope you will use your tokens to support Clausen House! You can purchase shopping bags at the register to qualify. Thank you!
Clausen House is a registered nonprofit to benefit from AmazonSmile. If you use Amazon’s online shopping platform, you can donate to Clausen House at no cost to you. Go to AmazonSmile, select Clausen House and shop on Amazon as normal. Clausen House will receive 0.5% of the purchase price from your eligible AmazonSmile purchases. Visit, http://smile.amazon.com/ to get started!
Founded in 1967, Clausen House provides residential, independent and supported living, supported employment, and educational services to more than 200 adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities annually and indirect support to 625 families in Oakland and throughout Alameda County.