GiveBig & Support Your Local Non-Profit Community!
GiveBIG Washington is a fundraising event that starts with early giving on April 15 and culminates with a 48-hour public campaign on May 5–6.
Through GiveBIG, individuals, businesses, and organizations come together to invest in healing our communities. Support nonprofits providing food, shelter, health, and social services; fighting for a more just world; expanding our horizons through art and learning; and many more valued missions.
To donate to Burien-based non-profits, click here and choose from the 19 local organizations:
GiveBIG Washington is organized by 501 Commons, a 501c3 charitable organization. This event is open to IRS tax-exempt organizations serving and headquartered in Washington State. This year’s GiveBIG opens for early giving on April 15 and runs through GivingTuesdayNow and GiveBIG Day on May 5-6, 2020.
Through GiveBIG Washington nonprofits raise funds online and connect with new donors. In 2019, 20% of donors reported that they were making a first-time gift. 501 Commons, provides trainings, tools, and support so nonprofits of all sizes and missions are successful.
Because of GiveBIG nonprofits…
- Engage supporters who reach out to their network of friends, family, and colleagues through customized FUNdraising Campaigns.
- Double the impact of donor gifts through donor matching funds contributed by their most loyal supporters and employer matching gifts contributed by companies.
- Benefit from a $500,000 marketing campaign, largely created through in-kind donations from our marketing partners.
- Connect with people who want to volunteer.
WHO POWERS GIVEBIG WASHINGTON?
GiveBIG is powered by 501 Commons, a 501c3 tax-exempt charitable organization that provides 30+ services designed to amplify the strengths of nonprofits, including finance, HR, technology, data solutions, board development, planning, leadership development, and more. For more than 30 years, 501 Commons has been offering innovative solutions and expertise, working in partnership with the nonprofit community.