How you can help.
This resource list is limited to King County Employee Giving Program participating nonprofits. This page is intended as a resource and does not imply endorsement of any single organization.
King County employees: if you don’t see your favorite nonprofit on the list – refer them for our next application cycle here.
As we receive updated information, we will add it here.
Give to All Nonprofits
All of your favorite nonprofits need support right now. Funding streams have been hit hard. Many of them are serving our most vulnerable populations.
- First and foremost, we recommend giving directly to your favorite nonprofit to provide immediate support and cash flow. Find links to the nearly 1,200 EGP participating nonprofits websites here.
- If you are able, maintain your current commitments. These help nonprofits plan not only for today, but for tomorrow.
- Give through the program for longer term assistance and cash flow.
Give in support of COVID-19
Funds set-up specifically for this response
- COVID Rapid Response Fund – Seattle Foundation, Philanthropy, Public (including King County), and Private partners.
- ArtsFund COVID Response Fund in support of the arts
- Global Impact COVID Response Fund – both domestic and international response
- University of Washington COVID Funds - (Medicine, Schools, Students)
- United Way of King County COVID Community Relief Fund
- Real Change Homeless Empowerment Project - Vendor relief fund
- Pioneer Human Services - Relief fund for clients
- Lutheran Community Services Northwest - Relief fund for clients: immigrants, refugees, and other vulnerable populations
- TeenTix - Teen arts leadership council working alongside professionals during the crisis
- Attain Housing - rental assistance for Eastside families
- Bridge Disability Ministries - supporting those with disabilities who are a part of the most vulnerable populations.
- Boys & Girls Clubs of King County and Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County - providing free childcare for healthcare workers, first responders, public health and safety workers, and other essential business employees
- Social Justice Fund Northwest - Emergency fund to support Social Justice Fund grantees working to respond to the crisis.
- Alliance for Education - Right Now Needs Fund provides immediate support to address the unmet basic needs of any Seattle Public School student and their family.
- Ingersoll Gender Center and UTOPIA Seattle- Trans and Gender Diverse Emergency Community Aid Fund
- Cedar River Clinics - Healthcare clinic
- Blood – find a blood drive or donation station near you
** We recommend following ALL Public Health guidelines FIRST and FOREMOST** but we also do not underestimate the ability of our people to be creative in the ways they can support each other virtually during this time. This website is also for any agency in need of volunteers.
King county employees: as a reminder, non-represented employees and employees whose union has approved this benefit, including those covered by the Master Labor Agreement, may use up to three sick days per calendar year to volunteer at a nonprofit in the Employee Giving Program. Read the whole process and find the forms on the Leave Administration Page here.
Last updated 3/31/20