Because we know that nearly six in 10 children whose parents have no college education live in low-income families, and because the children of educated parents are 16 percent more likely than the children of less-educated parents to get their college degrees.
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 moving families out of poverty:
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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 at Microsoft, Boeing 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 call Traci Russell at 206-526-7034.
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/tax receipt to the donor.
To make a secure online donation using your credit card.
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 complete the following form: Planned Giving Notification Form
Thank you for your contribution.
 National Center for Children in Poverty. (2011, January 19).Washington: Demographics of low-income children. Retrieved from http://www.nccp.org/profiles/state_profile.php?state=WA&id=6