Washington is one of the least affordable states for child care. In King County, the cost of full-time infant care in a center averages $1,387 a month. For low-income parents, this expense is just too great. Dreams of a higher education and a brighter financial future diminish greatly when the reality of child care costs hit home.
You can make a difference.
Your investment changes lives, one family at a time, generation, after generation.
Seattle Milk Fund is a 501(c)(3) organization, and donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law. There are many ways you can invest in helping families create a brighter financial future.
Thank you for your contribution.
Seattle Milk Fund
Donors may designate Seattle Milk Fund by writing our name on their United Way work place giving campaign card. Seattle Milk Fund can also be a designated recipient during employee giving drives through Microsoft, Boeing, King County, Washington State, Adobe, Google, Morgan Stanley, United Way, and other local employers. Please call the office if you have questions.
If you are an employer and would like a presentation by Seattle Milk Fund, please contact Inga Paige at 206.526.7034 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gifts given in honor of a deceased friend or relative are also welcomed with our sincere condolences. A card is sent to the family indicating who gave the memorial, and we send a letter/receipt to the donor.
To make a secure online donation using your credit card.
Shop AmazonSmile.com and a portion of your purchases will benefit Seattle Milk Fund.
When making a donation please check to see if your employer will match all or part of your gift. These additional dollars mean that your money goes further!
Legacy gifts are among the most valuable gifts any organization can receive. Seattle Milk Fund has created a Legacy Circle to recognize and honor generous individuals who have included Seattle Milk Fund as a beneficiary in their will or estate plan.
If you wish to be recognized and honored, please contact Inga Paige at 206.526.7034 or email@example.com.
Passionate about helping families? We are looking for your energy! Share your time and talents with us and get those feel-good feelings that come with giving back to your community. From one-time event volunteers to periodic committee or office work, we are looking for every kind of volunteer. We’d love to hear from you! Please complete this form and we’ll be in touch soon.
Open volunteer positions:
- Volunteer Mentor – This is a great, flexible position that allows you to directly connect with the students in our program. This at-home position requires, on average, one hour of volunteering per month. Our mentors support our students and their families throughout the academic quarter by providing encouragement, resources, and guidance as they progress towards graduation. By volunteering for this position, you will be offering our students the best preparation for life after graduation — giving them a much needed boost for today’s competitive job market. You can read about our current students and their successes here.
- Event Volunteers – We are always looking for volunteers at our events. From our Annual Luncheon on Tuesday, Sept. 22 to CookieFest on Saturday, Dec. 12, we’d love to have you be a part of the team! Check out our calendar to see other upcoming events.
If you would like to volunteer for any of these positions, or be a part of our volunteer pool, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-526-7944.
We have several volunteer opportunities open over the holidays. If you are interested in volunteering for our Thanksgiving Baskets event on Nov. 20-22 or at CookieFest on Dec. 13, feel free to call us at the office to learn more at 206-526-7944. You can also sign up for upcoming events, here.
Volunteers needed for the following events:
Our Thanksgiving Basket program is provided to our students and their families as part of our family support portion of their child care grant. All families receive a basket of Thanksgiving food, a turkey and a $50 grocery gift card. We need volunteers to assist with setting up the food that has been donated. A big thank you to National Frozen Foods and the Kiwanis Club of Industrial Seattle for providing the food for the baskets.
Our annual CookieFest event is a cookie-lovers dream! Seattle’s best bakers and bakeries come together to donate thousands and thousands of holiday-inspired cookies each year to benefit Seattle Milk Fund. We need volunteers to help set up, staff tables, and help people pick out their favorite cookies!
Thank you for your interest in volunteer for Seattle Milk Fund Organization. Someone from our office will contact you to follow up on your inquiry.