NEWS

See the latest news from NW Children’s Fund, along with
archived newsletters and annual reports.

Join Us for the NWCF Tea Party!

Please join other friends of NW Children’s Fund for a delightful high-tea affair at Julia Calhoun’s lovely home in the Highlands, complete with petit fours, champagne and vintage hats! Feel free to bring your mothers, friends and daughters to enjoy a fun afternoon and build a brighter future for vulnerable children and fragile families. Tickets are $50 each or $300 for a table of 6. Get yours today!

Click here to learn more.


Thank you NWCF Golf Classic Sponsors and Golfers!

Our hearty thanks go to NWCF Golf Classic sponsors and golfers for giving so generously while enjoying a great, sunny day on the course last week. Together we raised about $80,000 to help our community’s most vulnerable children. What an incredible impact this will make! Our warmest appreciation goes to presenting sponsor F5 Networks, Inc. and all our Golf Classic sponsors – your philanthropic leadership is admirable!


Register by End-of-Day Wednesday for NWCF Golf Classic this Friday!

Ready, set, swing! Player and team registration are now open for the 2017 NW Children’s Fund Golf Classic on Friday, September 15 at The Golf Club at Redmond Ridge. Please join us as we tee off another year of making hope work, with cool drinks, fun games, friendly competition, raffle drawings and our post-event happy hour and awards presentation. Most importantly, you’ll be helping our community’s most vulnerable children and families.

Space is limited – register today.
When you golf, kids win!


Thank you, Isola Homes!

We are proud to be the designated charity for Isola Homes, a multigenerational builder specializing in Built-Green homes. Each month, a portion of the proceeds from their home sales is donated to NWCF and our work to end the complicated cycle of child abuse and neglect. This creative donation program reflects both Isola’s innovative approach and its commitment to making a difference in the lives of children and families in our community. Thank you, Isola, for building a brighter future!

To learn more, click here.


Signed, Sealed, Delivered: $900,700

Thanks to you, we just distributed $450,300 in grants to 34 agencies that share your unwavering commitment to end the cycle of child abuse and neglect in our community. This brings our total 2017 grant funding to $900,700. It’s one of our highest annual totals to date, and it supports some incredible organizations that heal and protect our most vulnerable children and families.

Click here to learn more about the life-changing work of our spring partner agencies.


NW Children’s Fund is Hiring!

We are seeking a highly organized, flexible and energetic individual with excellent people skills to provide primary office support for the NWCF staff and board. The Development Assistant is involved in most operational aspects of the organization including duties related to gift entry and database management, special events coordination and publications. NWCF also relies on this team member to serve as its receptionist and office manager.

To see the full job description, click here.


Enjoy Resources from NWCF’s Community Event on Immigration Policy and Childhood Adversity

NW Children’s Fund hosted a rich community conversation about immigration policy and childhood adversity on May 22. Jorge Baron, Executive Director of Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, and Mike McNeil, pediatrician and resident physician at Seattle Children’s Hospital and UW Medicine, teamed up to discuss the impact of the immigration climate on children and families in our community.

Enjoy the slides and video from this discussion.


Join Us on May 22 for “Immigration Policy & Childhood Adversity”

immigrationNW Children’s Fund is privileged to offer a free educational outreach event on Monday, May 22, at the downtown Seattle offices of Foster Pepper. Jorge Baron, Executive Director of Northwest Immigrants’ Rights Project and Mike McNeil, pediatrician and resident physician at Seattle Children’s Hospital and UW Medicine, are teaming up to discuss the direct impact of the immigration climate on children and families in our community. Space is limited and RSVPs are required.

To learn more click here.


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