2017 Annual Giving Drive: Environment conservation
Whether you want to be part of the change in a child’s life or a defender of the environment, the Employee Giving Program’s (EGP) Annual Giving Drive provides a plethora of prescreened nonprofit organizations to choose from.
As part of the Annual Giving Drive, week three highlights nonprofit organizations that are preserving the environment for generations to come.
- Earthshare WA (2500) 1402 Third Avenue Suite 525 Seattle, WA 98101 – Together, championing Washington’s future. Since 1987, EarthShare Washington has helped companies and employees connect with, contribute to, and volunteer for outstanding environment.
- Friends of the Trail (9258) 48222 SE Mt. Si Rd North Bend, WA 98045 – Conducts cleanups of illegal dumping/litter on public lands and waterways, partnering with various organizations, utilizing volunteers/court assigned community service help.
- Washington State Parks Foundation (9890) 1752 NW Market St #744 Seattle, WA 98107 – We ensure a vibrant WA State Parks system for generations to enjoy. We engage, expand & sustain a broad base of supporters who give to, advocate for, & treasure our state parks.
As of Wednesday, Oct. 18, King County employees have contributed $284,186.18
The two departments leading the way are Department of Transportation (DOT) with $35,121.37 and King County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) with $22,842.87. This year’s goal is $2 million. Every donation made through the Employee Giving Program is tax deductible.
Read more at KC Employee Giving