Your company & the environment

EarthShare Washington is a natural fit with the values of our attorneys and staff.  Whether volunteering in the outdoors, or learning more about sustainability, the people at Stoel Rives appreciate EarthShare Washington’s leadership and connections to the conservation community.

Melanie Curtice
– Managing Partner (Seattle), Stoel Rives

Connect

Engage employees in meaningful conversations about the way you live, work, create and consume.

We can provide expert speakers for employee forums, as well as green lifestyle tips and other content from trusted environmental charities.

Contribute

86% of  EarthShare donors feel better about their employers for offering green giving options.

Expand your employees’ philanthropic choice while providing a simple, convenient way to support conservation and healthy communities – locally, nationally and internationally.

Volunteer

Volunteer projects can  improve overall employee  satisfaction and loyalty.

Connect your employees with hands-on volunteer projects, such as beach cleanups, trail maintenance, park restoration and community gardening. We can help you organize an offi ce volunteer day with our member organization.
 


 

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I’m impressed by Earth Share’s dedication to creating awareness, taking action, and providing financial and volunteer support to environmental groups--and I feel that my pledge is one small way that I can help this important group make a difference.

S. R. – Microsoft employee donor


Our supporters

Representing an array of vetted nonprofit organizations, EarthShare Washington is often a person's introduction to the conservation / environmental community.

For people who care deeply about the environment - yet have neither the time nor resources to research programs that ignite their passions - EarthShare Washington can point them in the right direction. Today, with the recent surge in corporate sustainability planning, we’re now equally known as a business and community resource – for volunteer programs, education and outreach, and helping people find programs and activities that appeal to their passions.

EarthShare Washington is part of a national organization, EarthShare, that manages nation-wide giving programs and there are also several other state EarthShare affiliates.



Workplace Giving

More than 70 businesses and government agencies now partner with EarthShare Washington (ESW) to offer employees an environmental choice in their annual workplace giving campaign.

Donations through workplace giving enable EarthShare Washington (ESW) member organizations to spend less time fundraising and more time working toward a healthier environment. Gifts to ESW are shared among our member groups with the majority of funds staying in Washington State.

Workplace giving IDs

Tax Identification Number: EIN # 91-1363472
CFC Charity Code: 65689
WA State CFD Charity Code: 0316709
King County Employees Charity Code: 2500

 

Our member charities

EarthShare Washington is comprised of over 60 organizations that work to protect the environment locally, nationally, and internationally. Many of these organizations are based here in Washington State. We support groups that work on: Wildlife Protection, Water Issues, Human Health/Children's Health, Forests, Parks and Land Conservation, Environmental Education, Climate Change and Energy.

When you donate through an EarthShare Washington giving program you can choose to make one gift to support all of our causes and member charities, select a mix of issues you want to support or give to one or more of our vetted member charities.

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Wildlife Protection

African Wildlife Foundation

Forests, Parks and Land Conservation

Alaska Conservation Foundation

Human Health/Children's Health

American Farmland Trust

Forests, Parks and Land Conservation

American Forests

Environmental Education

Arbor Day Foundation

Wildlife Protection

Audubon Washington

Human Health/Children's Health

Beyond Pesticides

Climate Change and Energy

Climate Solutions

Forests, Parks and Land Conservation

Conservation Fund, The

Human Health/Children's Health

Conservation International

Wildlife Protection

Defenders of Wildlife

Environmental Education

Earth Ministry

Environmental Education

Earth University Foundation

Forests, Parks and Land Conservation

EarthCorps

Climate Change and Energy

Environmental and Energy Study Institute

Environmental Education

Environmental Law Institute

Forests, Parks and Land Conservation

Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics

Forests, Parks and Land Conservation

Forterra

Climate Change and Energy

Friends of the Earth

Human Health/Children's Health

Futurewise

Wildlife Protection

Galapagos Conservancy, Inc.

Environmental Education

Green Corps, Inc.

Forests, Parks and Land Conservation

Izaak Walton League of America

Wildlife Protection

Jane Goodall Institute

Forests, Parks and Land Conservation

Land Trust Alliance

Forests, Parks and Land Conservation

Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust

Forests, Parks and Land Conservation

National Forest Foundation

Forests, Parks and Land Conservation

National Parks Conservation Association

Wildlife Protection

National Wildlife Federation

Human Health/Children's Health

Natural Resources Defense Council

Wildlife Protection

Nature Conservancy, The

Climate Change and Energy

Northwest SEED

Climate Change and Energy

NW Energy Coalition

Water

Oceana

Wildlife Protection

Peregrine Fund, The

Human Health/Children's Health

Pesticide Action Network North America

Forests, Parks and Land Conservation

Rails-to-Trails Conservancy

Environmental Education

Rainforest Alliance

Wildlife Protection

Restore America's Estuaries

Human Health/Children's Health

Scenic America

Environmental Education

Seattle Tilth

Environmental Education

Sierra Club Foundation, The

Environmental Education

Sightline Institute

Human Health/Children's Health

Transportation Choices Coalition

Environmental Education

Union of Concerned Scientists

Human Health/Children's Health

Washington Bikes

Climate Change and Energy

Washington Environmental Council

Human Health/Children's Health

Washington Toxics Coalition

Forests, Parks and Land Conservation

Washington Trails Association

Wildlife Protection

Washington Wild

Forests, Parks and Land Conservation

Wilderness Society, The

Wildlife Protection

Wildlife Conservation Society

Environmental Education

World Resources Institute

Wildlife Protection

World Wildlife Fund

Human Health/Children's Health

Zero Waste Washington

The issues

Overwhelming scientific consensus and real-life impacts tell us that global warming is real, is caused by human activity, and is a significant threat to ourhealth, economy and environment. Warming temperatures are responsible for rising sea levels, changes in the distribution of plants and animals, droughts, wildfires, increased risk of some infectious diseases, deadly heat waves, food and water shortages, and international conflict. EarthShare members are committed to addressing the causes and impacts of climatechange, as well as advocating for bold sustainable,renewable energy solutions.


A sustainable and healthy environment requires well-trained leaders capable of executing creative solutions to future challenges. Environmental education also builds awareness of how to live in a way that conservesresources for future generations. Educational programs aimed at children and adults are critical as the building blocks for a healthier and safer planet.EarthShare members are fostering generations of informed environmentalists, ready to tackle challenges like global warming, air and water pollution, and wildlife protection.


Protecting land is more than just preserving picturesque lands capes. Plants, animals, and humans depend on the systems nature provides—nutrient cycling, water purification, and pollination, among many others—to survive. Rapid development of the habitats that support such systems makes conservation an imperative. EarthShare member organizations are working to save parks, habitats, and ecosystems across the country and around the world.


What we do to the planet, we do to ourselves. Pollutants reach humans through the food we eat, the water we drink and the air we breathe, and can endanger our health in both immediate and long-lasting ways. Climate change is intensifying our allergies, changing the spread of infectious disease, increasing ozone-related health issues like asthma, and threatening the safety of our food supply.EarthShare member organizations are researching and reporting on the chemicals in our food system and self-care products, fighting the causes of climate change, protecting our air and water, and so much more.


Every living thing on the planet shares the same water resources and these resources face severe challenges in the years ahead. Global warming increases the frequency and severity of droughts and floods. Runoff from industrial processes like electricity generation and manufacturing adds pollutants to rivers, lakes, and oceans. Of the 1.4 billion cubic kilometers of water on the planet, just2.5% of it is fresh water. With increasing demands on resources, water scarcity could result in conflicts between people and a loss of biodiversity as aquatic habitats disappear or are irreversibly damaged. EarthShare member organizations are addressing water scarcity and pollution, marine life and fresh water endangerment, and climate change-driven impacts on the water supply.


Habitat loss, climate change, poaching,and pollution paint a bleak picture for threatened and endangered species around the world. Species extinctions not only throw ecosystems out of balance but can impact our food system, economy, and eliminate potential scientific and medical breakthroughs. EarthShare member organizations are protecting the at-risk species in our backyards and around the world.


Contact

EarthShare Washington | 1402 3rd Ave, Suite 817 | Seattle, WA 98101 | 1.206-622-9840