Supporting mental health and well-being through the 2022 Annual Giving Drive
As part of the 2022 Annual Giving Drive, we are highlighting nonprofits whose work supports organizations committed to mental health and well-being. These and hundreds of nonprofits are participating in this year’s Annual Giving Drive.
- National Alliance for Mental Illness (4112) – Provide advocacy, education, support and public awareness so that all individuals and families affected by mental illness can build better lives.
- HopeCentral (10087) – A nonprofit pediatric primary care clinic in South Seattle serving families of all income levels and families with special needs.
- Path with Art (9672) – Enables underserved adults in recovery from homelessness & other traumas equitable access to arts engagement as a bridge to community & a path to stability to regain their lives.
- American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (4141) – Dedicated to saving lives and bringing hope to those affected by suicide.
- 4 Tomorrow (10077) – A Latino & Youth focused organization serving East King County, we ensure our community’s overall well-being by providing culturally sensitive support & coordination.
You can go online or use a paper form by Friday, Nov. 18, to make a pledge to your favorite Employee Giving Program nonprofits by:
- Payroll donation: One-time, once–per-month, or twice-per-month.
- Time donation: Eligible vacation or comp time. See your department Lead Ambassador for details in your office.
- Check or credit card: Made out directly to the nonprofit.
- Volunteering: Up to three sick days per calendar year at a nonprofit in the EGP (for non-represented and employees whose union has approved this benefit, including those covered by the Master Labor Agreement).
For more information, contact your Employee Giving Program Ambassador, visit www.kingcounty.gov/giving, email EmployeeGiving@KingCounty.gov, call 206-263-9372, or attend an online Nonprofit Expo.