An average kidney transplant lasts between 10-15 years. The kidney Ken received from his mother has lasted over 45 years -- still going strong and looking forward to the future.
Join community-minded businesses and organizations that save lives with the Donate Life Northwest community.
Connect with thousands of highly-engaged and loyal Donate Life Northwest community members, receive multifaceted recognition and marketing opportunities, and offer your employees fun and meaningful ways to engage.
Special Event Sponsorship
Special events celebrate the powerful gifts of life, sight and health and gather together a diverse community of donor families, living donors, waitlisted patients, transplant recipients, and health professionals. Through pre-event and day-of promotions, corporate sponsors have multliple opportunitites to connect with a broad audience. Visit the events page for more information.
Workplace Giving & Matching
Donate Life Northwest is a 501(c)(3) charity, IRS EIN 93-0867552, Combined Federal Campaign ID 18241, eligible for most workplace giving and employer matching programs.
Workplace giving is an easy and efficient way for your employees to make tax-deductible donations to Donate Life Northwest through payroll contributions or other payment options. Include Donate Life Northwest in your giving campaign, match employee contributions, recognize employee volunteers, and your company can help save lives!
Grants and Program Support
Donate Life Northwest welcomes grant opportunities and corporate contributions to fund programs and special projects that address health education disparities; bridge cultural and language barriers; empower waitlisted patients; engage high school teachers and students; reach rural residents; and inform and inspire appreciation for the gifts of life, sight and health.
Gifts of Goods and Services
In-kind contributions, like those on this wish list, can also help connect your organization to this vibrant community's work to build understanding and bring hope to thousands of area children and adults in need of transplant.