Employee Giving Campaign

Your Participation Matters

Whether it’s purchasing lifesaving medical equipment, helping a family keep food on the table during a time of crisis, providing advocacy services for a victim of abuse or supporting early intervention for a child with special needs, your participation during the Providence “I Give” Employee Campaign is what helps make it all possible.

Supporting Areas of Greatest Need

By donating to Providence General Foundation’s “Greatest Need Fund,” you allow your gift to be targeted where it can make the most difference and meet the most critical needs right here at home.

Would you like to participate in employee giving, but prefer to direct your giving to a specific funding area?  No problem!  In fact, there are many funding areas to choose from here at Providence that would benefit from your support, including Children’s Services, Nursing Education, Employee Helping Hand and much more.

Another excellent option – in addition to, or in lieu of your gift to Providence – is to direct your gift to the United Way of Snohomish County. Providence has a long history of supporting United Way, and our continued partnership is an important one.  Many organizations supported by United Way have a strong connection to our patients and community, this includes the 56 programs through 25 local agencies that provide vital services to individuals and families experiencing poverty right here in Snohomish County.

On behalf of those we serve, and in the Providence spirit of kindness and compassion, thank you for your support. Your gift – in any amount – will make a difference. 

Thank you for supporting the Employee Giving Campaign. If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Annual Giving at 425-258-7903 or ext. 87903. Or send an email.

Note about Payroll Deductions: payroll deductions occur after-tax. For Foundation contributions, employees will receive a giving report after the end of the year reporting their total annual contributions. This report can be used for tax purposes.