To make your gift online using a credit card or Giving Card, select from the funds listed below or use the Search feature to find a fund. Once you complete your gift, you will receive an email confirmation of the donation and a second email with your tax receipt attached. The owner of the fund (individual, family, or organization) will be notified of your gift (unless it is anonymous).
For gifts of stock or other assets, visit our Ways to Give page.
To make a donation to Give Methow or Give NCW, click here
If you have need assistance, call us at (509) 663-7716 or email email@example.com.
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Federal Tax ID: 91-1349486
|CFNCW Administrative Endowment||Supports the general operations of the foundation, ensuring the financial resources are available to continue supporting the work of nonprofit organizations for generations to come.|
|For Good, For Ever Fund||Supports competitive grantmaking including the Regional Impact Grants, Helping Hands Grants, and other programs that support the nonprofit community. Your gift to this fund will help us continue to ensure that nonprofits have a source for financial support.|
|Memorials||This fund accepts gifts in memory of loved ones to benefit the Community Foundation or other public charity.|
|Partners in Giving||With a minimum $50 gift, you can become a Partner in Giving (PIG) and help to supplement our competitive grantmaking, boost scholarships, fund special nonprofit capacity building programs, and support the general operations of the foundation.|
|Methow Valley Fund||Gifts to the Methow Valley Fund support charitable causes throughout the Methow Valley through annual grants to nonprofits that are addressing community needs. Learn more about the Methow Valley Fund.|
|Waterville Community Fund||The Waterville Community Fund provides grant funding for innovative programs that help to meet the needs of the Waterville community and its citizens. The fund supports a variety of organizations and activities that improve the quality of life for the Waterville community.|