What we do:
Seattle Milk Fund empowers parents toward higher education opportunities by funding child care grants and providing family support.
Our goal is for parents to realize their higher education potential, which can create a brighter and more stable financial future for their families.
A Seattle Milk Fund Member has passed away
We are saddened to hear of long-time Seattle Milk Fund Member Marge Strandoo’s recent passing. She was an avid Seattle Milk Fund supporter who had served as Treasurer in the Jean H. Shields Circle.
A memorial is being planned by her family. Her obituary can be found here.
That’s right, it’s Seattle Milk Fund’s 108th birthday. On February 11, 1907, Seattle Milk Fund (then called the Fruit and Flower Mission) was incorporated. As one of King County’s longest running nonprofits, Seattle Milk Fund has shown to be adaptable to the changing needs of the low-income families it serves. Show your love and donate $19.07 today to celebrate Seattle Milk Fund’s 108 years of service to local families!
Annual Report Card
Seattle Milk Fund’s 2013-2014 Annual Report Card will be mailed mid-February to our friends. In the meantime it is available online, feel free to download it here. Thank you for supporting Seattle Milk Fund’s local families.
Save the Date for “Spring Forward”
Mark your calendars for Saturday, May 16 for the Annual Meeting and Brunch for Members! “Spring Forward” will be held at the Sand Point Country Club. Stay tuned for more information.
Seattle Milk Fund is now on LinkedIn
If you’re on LinkedIn, we want to stay connected with you! Follow us for future volunteer opportunities and job postings.
CookieFest 2014 Raises Sweet Funds
Thanks to our volunteers, bakers and customers for coming together for CookieFest–it was a big success! The cookies sold out in just over two hours, and we raised over $6,500 for our program.