There Are Many Ways to Give

Thank you for supporting one of the most important human rights issues of our time! Review the many ways to give below.

Northwest Immigrant Rights Project is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law. NWIRP’s tax identification number is 91-1393082. If you have any questions about donations to Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, please get in touch with Erin Lunde Keenan, NWIRP’s Development and Communications Director, at (206) 957-8605 or at erin@nwirp.org

 

Mail or Phone

Contributions can be made by mailing a check to:

Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
Attn:Development
615 2nd Avenue, Suite 400
Seattle, WA 98104

You can also make a gift with a credit card by calling Northwest Immigrant Rights Project’s Development Department at (206) 957-8605.

 

Vehicle Donation

Northwest Immigrant Rights Project has partnered with Donate for Charity Inc, which enables you a hassle-free way to donate your vehicle to NWIRP. Your car will be picked up free of charge, sold at auction or for parts, the proceeds will go to NWIRP, and you will receive a receipt entitling you to a tax deduction. You can make your donation at this link.

 

Gift of Stocks

Contributions of stock provide valuable support to Northwest Immigrant Rights Project and can also provide significant tax benefits to the donor. To make a contribution of stock, contact the Development Department at (206) 957-8605.

 

Donor Advised Funds

NWIRP’s tax ID number is 91-1393082.
NWIRP’s contact person for donor advised funds is Erin Lunde Keenan, Development & Communications Director.
NWIRP’s mailing address is 615 2nd Avenue, Suite 400, Seattle, WA 98104.

A donor advised fund is a type of giving program that allows the donor to combine the most favorable tax benefits with the flexibility to easily support Northwest Immigrant Rights Project. Contributions are tax-deductible and any investment growth in the donor advised fund is tax-free.

 

Match Your Gift

Your employer may match your donation to Northwest Immigrant Rights Project. Don’t miss this opportunity to make twice the impact with your gift. Contact your human resources department for more information on your company’s matching gift program.

 

Legacy Giving

When you name Northwest Immigrant Rights Project in your will or trust or as a beneficiary of a retirement plan, saving account, or life insurance policy, you ensure that NWIRP has the resources necessary to defend and advance immigrant rights for years to come. To learn more, contact the Development Department at (206) 957-8605.

 

Memorial and Tribute Gifts

Northwest Immigrant Rights Project welcomes gifts made in honor of loved ones and special occasions. When you make a gift in honor of a loved one, they are notified in the manner you wish. We have accepted gifts for a variety of occasions, including: Weddings, Graduations, Birthdays, Christmas, Anniversaries, and Memorials.

 

Microsoft Employee Interested in Volunteering

Microsoft matches volunteer time at $17 per hour through the Volunteer Time Matching program. Through this benefit, the allocated limit is $12,000 per employee, per year. Join us and volunteer your time with NWIRP, making double the difference!

 

Are You an Attorney?

If you are an attorney, you can support NWIRP by contributing to the legal community’s unified Campaign for Equal Justice. Your donation supports NWIRP and the Alliance for Equal Justice.