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Donate to Wild Fish Conservancy

Remember, your donation is tax deductible.

 

 

If you make a donation to Wild Fish Conservancy, you can often double your contribution by asking your employer to match it. Many businesses offer employee/corporate contribution match programs as a benefit to their employees.

 

Here are some ways to donate:

 

Online Click here to make a donation online using our Secure Server.

 

Phone

If you would like to make donation by phone, please call the office at (425) 788-1167.

 

Mail

You can mail a check to:

Wild Fish Conservancy

P. O. Box 402

Duvall, WA  98019

 

Stock Donations

WFC has established an account with a brokerage firm to make it easy for you to donate stock. And don't forget to ask your employer about matching your stock donations also! Contact Ann Whitney (annatwildfishconservancy.org) at the WT office for details, (425) 788-1167.

 

Donate Items for our Annual Auction

Make a tax-deductible contribution to WFC by donating an item to our annual auction. We look for a wide variety of goods and services for the live and silent auctions – items that will appeal to those who fish and those who don’t. We collect donations year round and would love to have your treasures! For details, contact Tyler Cluverius at the WFC office by email to Tyleratwildfishconservancy.org or call (425) 788-1167.

 

Washington State Combined Fund Drive (CFD) – If you are a Washington state employee, including City of Seattle employees, you can direct a donation to Wild Fish Conservancy through the Washington State Combined Fund Drive.  Simply note our organization number: 315054 on your payroll deduction form or head to the CFD website by December 31st to set-up giving options for the following fiscal year.  Your monthly donation provides much needed, sustainable and predictable funding for WFC’s emergency programs. 

United WayMany private employers and all Washington state Federal employees use the United Way to distribute donations.  If your employer participates with the United Way you can write in “Wild Fish Conservancy” in the designated giving section on your donation form. Since Wild Fish Conservancy is not a United Way member agency, we do not receive any funding from the Community Safety Net fund unless individuals designate their gifts to Wild Fish Conservancy. If you have any questions, please contact Tyler Cluverius, Outreach and Development Coordinator, at 425-788-1167.

Work-Place Giving – If your employer does not participate in the United Way workplace giving program they still may allow you to direct money to the non-profit of your choice.  Companies like Microsoft, REI and many others choose to organize their own employee donation programs where paycheck dollars are directed to non-profit organizations.  Are you unsure of the policies of your employer?  Then contact the appropriate payroll staff and ask about workplace giving and let them know you would like to direct dollars to WT – if the option is not available then talk to your employer about starting one.  It is a wonderful opportunity to showcase your employers dedication to environmental issues!

 

Now you can shop for Wild Fish too!

You can always support Wild Fish by shopping at the WFC Store in Duvall and now you can also support WFC every time you go to the grocery store.  If you shop for groceries at any Washington state Albertson’s location then every dollar you spend can help save Wild Fish!  Simply designate Wild Fish Conservancy as your non-profit of choice on your Albertson’s Preferred Savings card and use it every time you shop.  Each dollar spent helps to direct funds towards WFC’s Environmental Discovery Program – a three day, hands-on science program for 4th and 5th graders in King and Snohomish County.  If you have any questions about this program please contact Casey Ralston, Education Coordinator by email (caseyatwildfishconservancy.org) or phone at 425-788-1167, or print and fill out this form and take it to your neighborhood Albertson’s.  It’s an easy and quick way to help Wild Fish Conservancy!