What is Day of Giving?
Giving Tuesday is a global day dedicated to helping others through giving. On Tuesday, November 28th, 2023 people all over the world will come together to celebrate generosity and give to an organization of their choice.
How Your Gift Impacts Youth:
Chief Seattle Council proudly serves over 10,000 boys and girls in 15 counties across Washington state with the time-tested leadership training program of Scouting.
Our programs are designed to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law. We do this by providing values-based curriculum, as well as creating opportunities for youth to practice leadership. Your gift to Chief Seattle Council will help ensure Scouting programs are supported in your community.
In addition to general program support, your gift will help provide camp scholarships for youth needing assistance, fund camp maintenance, and provide support for over 800 underserved youth in the council’s Scoutreach program. The mission of Scoutreach is to ensure that youth from all backgrounds have access to the Scouting program. Chief Seattle Council partners with community organizations who provide services to underserved youth in King County. Program staff deliver lessons directly to youth at partner-sites. Curriculum is inspired by the general Scouting program, and modified to address underserved youths’ specific challenges.
If you would like to make a gift in memorial of someone who has passed away, use the ‘Memorial Gifts’ button below. Memorial gifts fund Chief Seattle Council’s permanent endowment fund. This professionally managed fund provides stable funding for future generations of Scouts.
Other Giving Links:
- Volunteer Hours Match Program
- Employer Matching gifts
- Planned Giving & Bequests
- Memorial Gifts
- Sam McLamb Philmont Campership Fund
- James E. West – Endowment Gifts
- Wings of Eagles – Monthly Endowment Giving
- Stock Donations
- Car Donations
- Friends of Scouting Coordinator Resources
Council Office: 206-725-5200