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Other Ways for You to Donate to WNPS

Ponderosa Pine 

Ponderosa Pine (Pinus ponderosa) photographed by James Ellingboe. Copyright 2009. All rights reserved.

With your membership: When first joining and at renewals, please consider enrolling at a category of support above the basic membership. Funds received in this way go to essential operational needs.

Gift Memberships: Share the benefits, knowledge and fun of WNPS with another family member or friend and help WNPS grow too.

Endowment Fund: Donations to the Washington Native Plant Society's Endowment provide stable, long-term funding for native plant research, education, and conservation grants and projects. Grant and project funding provided from the WNPS Endowment is independent of the organization’s operating budget. Review endowment policy.

Endowment donations may be made online or by mail. To donate online, click on the red button below: "Make an Endowment Donation". To donate by mail, please send a check payable to: "WNPS Endowment Fund". You will receive an acknowledgement letter for your taxable deductable donation.

Gifts honoring a family member, friend, a mentor, or an outstanding volunteer all enrich the WNPS Endowment. If you wish to make your donation a commemorative gift, "In Honor of" or "In Memory of" a special person, please provide the name and designation of the person to be honored.

Make an Endowment Donation

 

Workplace Giving: Many businesses and organizations conduct annual giving campaigns through United Way.  We also can accept matched donations from employers around Washington.

Estate Planning – Wills, Trusts & other Philanthropy:
To explore giving opportunities in greater detail please call the Society office at 206-527-3210 or email wnps@wnps.org.

GiveBIG : This annual giving campaign, on the first Tuesday in May, is supported by the Seattle Foundation.  This campaign supports hundreds of non profits in the NW Region with stretch pool matching funds.  In 2016, the goal is to support $20,000,000.00 worth of donations in around the region to 501c(3) organizations.  This goal was met regionally.  WNPS will know more of it's full benefit of participation in this year's event by the end of June 2016.

Give While You Shop:  WNPS is an Amazon Smile Foundation organization member.  Are you an  Amazon shopper?  0.5% of your purchase can add up for WNPS. 
Find out more here: https://smile.amazon.com.  You will find a smile.amazon.com sign in opportunity.  This gift is processed directly to WNPS quarterly.


WNPS is also registered with the KROGER Fred Meyer Giving program.  Donors can connect their Fred Meyer Shopping Rewards Card only.  Choose Washington Native Plant Society using our non profit number 94887 at https://www.fredmeyer.com/communityrewards.

Donations of Goods: It’s best to discuss any intended gift of personal items with WNPS first. While your books, photos, office equipment, garden tools and even native plants might seem a beneficial match, sometimes WNPS cannot accommodate your wishes. If inopportune for WNPS, helpful suggestions may steer you to another organization that will appreciate your generosity.

Donations of Time and Talents: Being a WNPS volunteer is both a personal benefit and an opportunity to contribute your special skills. Please check our web site, newsletters, list serves, and with the office if you would like to get involved. The office needs helpers; weeds need removing; field trips need to be led; plants need propagating or salvaging; events need to be planned and staffed; schools appreciate volunteer educators; the newsletters want articles and artwork….just to name a few of the fun things that await your “Yes”.

 

 

 



Updated: May 24, 2016
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