​Your philanthropic investment will make a significant impact in the lives of the single women and single mothers in Eastern Contra Costa County.​ We are working to develop innovative programs to negate the generational cycle of poverty in the lives of single women and single mothers. 


We will make every effort possible to transform the lives of the women and children who come to us for support, help, encouragement, and the opportunity to have a better life. 

​​We endeavor to accomplish this by providing the resources and support necessary to achieve self-sustaining lives for women, families and our respective communities at large.​Together we can empower the women who seek our assistance by preparing and guiding them toward overall restoration, reclaimed self-worth and self-esteem and emotional stability; which translates into a life of purpose and fulfillment.​​ 

Our hope is that many of the women will go on to achieve higher education through attaining a college degree and moving toward a professional career; ultimately arriving at their God given purpose and hopefully, positively impacting the lives of the people who will cross their life’s path.​


Take action now to make a direct impact in your community by designating your donation to one of our SCEO programs and to support the vision of transforming women, families and our respective communities.​

A gift of any size will help us to build institutions that will support many single women and single mothers and their children.​The following donations are also welcome:​​      

  • Clothing, gently used or new (baby, women, children, young adults)​. NOTE: All donated undergarments (MUST be new or in unopened packages​)      


  • Food (non perishable)     


  • Classroom supplies: books, dictionaries, printer/copy and writing paper     


  • Household products for those who have secured a residence     


  • Toiletries (Note: Must be new or in unopened packages)     


  • Bus/Bart passes     


  • ​Baby items, car seats, strollers, cribs and/or bassinets

​If you would like to make an in-kind donation, please contact our offices

at 1-925-271-7372 or send an email to



Sister's Celebrating Each Other, Inc. will be able to offer our support and services by 1) the kindness of individual and corporate donations and by the revenue raised by our supporting businesses. 


The goal with our supporting businesses is to not only support our nonprofit financially, but to provide on the job training and gainful employment to the women we serve.


Those who partner with us are:


Adept offers business planning services to small business owners and entrepreneurs. 



A Gift of Love is offers uniquely designed gift baskets that suite any occasion perfectly. 



  • Chic Word Wear

Our clothing line will debut in the Summer of 2015. We describe it as being a chic, stylish and fashionable. Stay tuned for more information.



  • CC's Fine Catering

CC's is in the making and will be a "Real" Soul Food experience. Offering a wide variety of home cooked meals that remind you of Big Mama's house. Stay tuned for more information.


  • Dynamic Interiors

Is an interior design firm that will bring your vision to fruition. whether it be your home or your place of business. Stay tuned for more information.




Sister's Celebrating Each Other Inc. appreciates your support. Below is information we believe is helpful if you're considering making a donation. If you find after reading the information below you still have questions, please do not hesitate to call our office at 1-925-271-7372 or email us at Thank you in advance for your partnership and support.




1. SCEO accepts monetary donations and clothing for women, young girls and boys and baby's in Eastern Contra Costa County. We are a 501c3 organization and your donation is considered a tax donation to you.


To make a donation or to schedule a pick-up, please call:1-925-271-7372. You can also make an online monetary donation by clicking the donation button in the lower right hand side of this page.



1. When a 501(c)3 IRS application has been submitted to the IRS. According to​


PLEASE READ: While Your Application is pending, while an organization’s Form 1023 is waiting for approval from the IRS, the organization may operate as a tax-exempt organization. If an annual exempt organization return is due, the organization must file it, indicating that its application is pending.​​ ​The EO website ( provides information about how to find out about the status of an application for tax-exempt status".​



1. You will need to provide your name, address and phone number. Also include distinguishable landmarks to help the driver find your location.


​2. Specify how much you will be donating. Please be as specific as possible when describing the amount being donated. This is very important, not only for good record-keeping for SCEO, but for you as well.​



1. When making a request for a pick up, please specify where the donated items will be left. In addition, please note if there are pets of any kind, either yours or a neighbors, any trespassing or DO NOT ENTER signs, we will NOT dishonor the request of homeowners or tenants. 

Please remember that SCEO will not enter apartments, houses or garages.


Therefore all donations must be left in an area that is easily accessible, preferably on the curb in front of the apartment or other specified location.


​Are there special pickups if you live in an apartment?

​ 2. SCEO is not allowed to enter buildings, so find out from your building manager or community representative about the rules for leaving donations outside. Some cities and neighborhoods have strict rules about curb-side pickup.



1. The drivers picking up your donation is required to leave a receipt for the goods that are picked-up. However, if you do not get a recipient one can be issued to you by SCEO's administrative office. To request a receipt, please email:


We thank  you in advance for your support of Sister's Celebrating Each Other, Inc. On behalf of the women and children who are the recpients of your kindness, we express our gratitude and appreciation for your support.


What matters to us is when you have the pleasure of experiencing the smiles on their faces.


A mother and four of her children were able to come and receive Easter Baskets. This was a joy for us and a wonderful opportunity. Smiles are what matters!


What matters to us is when you have the pleasure of experiencing the smiles on their faces.


A mother and four of her children were able to come and receive Easter Baskets. This was a joy for us and a wonderful opportunity. Smiles are what matter!

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