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Easy Does It

Vital Services for Berkeley’s People With Disabilities and Seniors

We Thank You for Your Support

Mrs. Patrick

Dear Friend,

Mrs. Predomia Patrick needs lifesaving dialysis three times a week.  A non-emergency medical transport company would have charged at least $300 to transport Mrs. Patrick.  She was unable to afford transportation to her treatment. She called Easy Does It for help and received immediate support.

EDI makes an assessment of the logistical challenges faced by people with disabilities and provides assistance with a client’s dignity in mind.  We believe that everyone has a right to live a safe and independent life. We do not know of any non-emergency transport organization that provides support beyond getting in and out of a transport vehicle.  We make sure that a client is safely situated inside their home with everything they might need within reach.

Easy Does It is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

With your help we can continue to provide Mrs. Patrick the highest quality door through door service to and from dialysis three times a week. $90 will provide a week’s worth of rides for this life saving procedure.  As mentioned above, we do not know of any organization in the world that provides this efficient and complex range of support.

Please consider making a year-end gift so Mrs. Patrick and people with similar challenges in the Berkeley area can receive this life saving support.

Over the last year we created the EDI disaster preparedness program providing security to Bay Area households including disaster preparedness seminars, home safety assessment, logistical planning with emergency services, and home preparation.   Coordinating with the local fire department and police we created a registry of clients who are most vulnerable to the effects of disasters including earthquake, flood, and fire.

We served over 400 clients in the last year thanks to support from people like you.  Regardless of your particular need, EDI works for you and your community. This entirely unique agency is yours and we are at your service.  We hope you will join us in our mission to give care and dignity to our seniors and citizens with disabilities.


Easy Does It Emergency Services (EDI) is a 501(c)3 non-profit and all of your donations are tax deductible.

For Your Gift Of

  • $300 – We can buy and install new batteries for a power wheelchair providing years of independent mobility
  • $90 – We can provide a week of rides to dialysis or 3 round trips to the doctor
  • $75 – We will ensure a senior, wishing to age gracefully in their home, will get Supporting Independent Living Program support in hiring and managing caregivers
  • $60- We can provide one on one disaster preparedness training and home preparation
  • $40 – We can help someone get out of bed and make it to work

Or choose any amount to give support to people like Mrs. Patrick.

Go to https://www.easydoesitservices.org/donations/ to make a tax-deductible donation now. You can also mail your gift or call the office at (510) 845-5513 to make a gift by credit card.

Thank you so much for your gift.


With Gratitude,


Nikki Brown-Booker
Executive Director

4 Ways to Give

  • Here: Just click the  button above.
  • OnlineWhenever you shop Amazon Smile choose Easy Does It Emergency Services Program as your supported charity. Amazon will donate 5{f187b4550a96a602030de9edb292a964994208dc1c1277fcc45173aec45b5ce0} of your purchase total to Easy Does It.  https://smile.amazon.com/ch/94-3227346
  • By MailPlease mail your check, payable to Easy Does It, to 3271 Adeline St Unit B • Berkeley CA 94703. Please write Donation on the memo line.
  • By PhoneCall (510) 845-5513 from 9-4 Monday – Friday. We accept VISA, MasterCard, American Express and Discover


Since grants and copays cover only part of EDI’s expenses, we deeply thank those past clients who remembered us in their will. If you or your family is in a position to join in this kindhearted tradition, please consider EDI when doing estate planning. Your thoughtfulness today will help assure we are here for the disabled and senior community tomorrow.

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