Ways to Give
We believe the blessing and joy of giving is a result of transformation that goes both ways: you, our ministry partners who give, and those who receive. We believe and commit to God's provision through generous stewards like you who are challenged to give and because of His leading you to give to Urban Impact's mission.
Give online with your credit or debit card
Send a check made payable to Urban Impact to:
7728 Rainier Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98118
Become a Monthly Impact Partner by giving monthly by card or Bank EFT and you'll support us all year long!
Give a gift of Stock by contacting Rosa at email@example.com
Give through your employer or double or triple your impact with your Employer's Matching Gift Program. Contact Rosa at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions about setting up your Employee Giving.
Make a gift in Honor or Memory of a friend or family member
Give your vehicle to Urban Impact through Cars for Christ. Contact Herman at email@example.com for more information
Volunteer with Urban Impact and share your talents and skills with us!
Give through Your Network
Like sharing the nonprofits you support with friends and family? Give to Urban Impact as a part of celebrating your special birthday or anniversary by signing up with EverydayHero.
We accept in-kind gifts required for our office and programs to effectively operate. If you have items you would like to donate to Urban Impact, please contact Rosa at rbooker@urbanimpactseattle for a gift-in-kind receipt.
Our mission of partnering with families and communities to break the cycle of social, material and spiritual poverty wouldn't be possible without local businesses and economic development. Therefore, we strive to sow our support into our local community organizations and businesses wherever possible. We have opted out of the AmazonSmile program as Urban Impact because we do not believe it will benefit our neighbors and community and respectfully do not receive funding from this program. We feel the 0.5% donation for each Amazon purchase is very small compared to the actual purchase price and ask if nonprofits are benefiting or is the corporate business. Locally, our nonprofit serves in Seattle's Rainier Valley, and AmazonSmile as an online retailer impedes Urban Impact's value of redistributing wealth towards our locally owned businesses and higher need communities.