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How You Make An Impact
Town Hall is a place where Seattle comes together. Our calendar is a present-tense reflection of life in the Puget Sound, with programming collectively curated by our community and a one-low-price ticketing model to ensure access for all. Over 110,000 curious Seattlites walk through our doors each season to attend 450+ programs spanning the arts, civics, and science.
When you give to Town Hall, you help keep our programming exceptional and our tickets radically affordable for everyone—proving that $5 aren’t just possible, they’re sustainable. You’re also investing in a shared home for the 90+ other nonprofits and cultural producers whose work makes up half of Town Hall’s event calendar each season. Additionally, your gift helps support…
- Free tickets for all youth age 22 and under
- A curated annual Artist/Scholars-In-Residence program
- Widespread accessibility to our programs through podcasts & livestreams
- Stewardship of our century-old landmark building
Give today to help us create a place where we all can listen and be heard, come together around shared values of curiosity and empathy, and model the kind of society we want to share.
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Double your donation, double your impact!
Many companies and organizations in the Seattle area (and nationwide!) match their employees’ donations to non-profits. They’ll often match volunteer hours too! Matching gifts are an easy way to double, or maybe even triple, your donation through your employer–thus doubling or tripling your impact! If you work for, or are retired from, a company that matches your charitable contributions please consider enabling your corporate match to make your contribution stretch even further!
Below is an incomplete list of companies that offer matching contributions. Please contact your human resources representative for specific information on your company’s matching gift program.
The following companies generously offer matching gift programs:
Adobe Systems Inc., Aetna, Alaska Airlines, Apple Inc., AT&T, Bank of America Corporation, BECU, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, BlackRock, Boeing, BP plc, Bungie Inc., BNSF Railway Co., Charles Schwab, Chubb & Son Inc., The Coca-Cola Company, Costco, Delta Western, Inc., Eli Lilly and Company, Expedia, Inc., ExxonMobil, Fred Meyer, Inc , General Electric, General Mills, Inc., Genworth Financial, The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc., Google, The Home Depot, IBM Corporation, Johnson & Johnson, J.P. Morgan Chase & Co, Laird Norton Wealth Management, LexisNexis, Macy’s Inc., MassMutual, Merck & Co., Inc., Meredith Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, Milliman, Nintendo of America, Oracle Corporation, Peach Foundation, The Pew Charitable Trusts , Pfizer, Inc., The Progressive Corporation, Puget Sound Energy, Qualcomm Charitable Foundation, RBC Wealth Management, Russell Investments, Saltchuk Resources, Inc., Shell Oil Company, Starbucks Corporation, Stokes Lawrence Charitable Foundation, Symetra Financial Corporation, Tableau Software, Thomson-Reuters Corporation, U.S. Bank, UBS Financial Services Inc., United Way of King County
A will is the best place to make plans for your loved ones in the future. It is also an excellent way to take the next step in your commitment to Town Hall Seattle. Many people, like you, who care about maintaining everyone’s access to diverse and fresh ideas, and artistic expression, choose to include Town Hall Seattle in their wills to foster an engaged community for generations to come.
If you have already included Town Hall in your estate planning or if you’re considering it, please let us know. We want to be able to thank you and to invite you to join the Cornerstone Society. If you have any questions, please contact Kate Nagle-Caraluzzo at 206-457-2509 or email email@example.com.
Qualified Charitable Distributions (QDCs)
Are you 70.5 or older with a traditional IRA? If so, you’re eligible to make a tax-free donation directly from your IRA to Town Hall Seattle, regardless of whether or not you itemize on your return. Donating to the Town Hall Seattle directly from your Individual Retirement Account (IRA) is both convenient and a tax-wise way to support the organization you love.
- The SECURE Act increases the age individuals must begin taking Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs) from their retirement savings from 70½ to 72
- You may still make a gift from your IRA if you are 70½ years of age on the date of the gift
- Funds must be transferred directly to the Town Hall or other charity from your IRA
- If you are 70½ years of age or older (but under 72), any QCDs, though excluded from taxable income, may be included in calculating your future Required Minimum Distributions
- Please always consult your financial advisor to determine how donating through your retirement fund applies to your specific situation.
To process your donation please, please contact your financial advisor or the company that services your IRA. Please notify us directly when you donate from your IRA – including the amount and financial institution name. Financial institutions send us checks without the donor’s name, so it’s important you let us know so we can thank you!
Town Hall Seattle
720 Seneca St, Ste A
Seattle, WA 98101
501(c)(3) Tax ID 91-1910904 [/toggle]
Tax ID Number: 91-1910904
To make a gift of stock, please contact Zions Bank/Trust Operations with your name and the account number below:
Brokerage Account #: BD90400
Institutional ID #: 67993
Memo: [Please indicate your full name in the Memo field of your stock transfer form in order for Town Hall Seattle to properly acknowledge your gift.]
Tribute and Memorial Gifts
Honor someone special, remember a loved one, or celebrate a special occasion with a gift to Town Hall. Your contribution will be acknowledged with a card informing the person being honored or their family of your generosity and commitment.
Contact us below for more information.
Questions? Need more info?
Contact our team at firstname.lastname@example.org or (206) 452-7367.