Washington Access Fund
100 South King Street, Suite 280
Seattle, WA 98104
Our mission is to promote access to technology and economic opportunity for individuals with disabilities in Washington State. Washington Access Fund is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI).
Washington Access Fund Holiday Party! Come celebrate with us while we say 'good bye' to Frances Pennell, our Founding Executive Director, and welcome Jack Brummel, our new Executive Director. We will provide cheese, crackers & sweets and there will be a cash bar with wine and beer. When? Friday, December 6, 2013, 4:30pm - 6:30pm Where?
Zeitgeist Coffee: 171 S. Jackson Street | Seattle, WA 98101 |
(S. Jackson St & 2nd Ave. S.)
Please note November 29th was the deadline for any accomodation requests.
This is your LAST CHANCE to buy a Chinook Book from the Washington Access Fund! The Access Fund is selling Chinook Books, which are a great way to help you save money at local businesses that do good things for the environment and the community in the Seattle and Puget Sound area. With Chinook Book, you get access to over 450 coupons to local businesses like Whole Foods and Molly Moon's. Yum!
Visit the following link to read more about how Chinook Book works. Be sure to purchase your Chinook Book through the Access Fund where half of the proceeds will go towards promoting access to technology and economic opportunity for people with disabilities in our communities. For more information and to purchase a Chinook Book, please contact Meykia Smith by email at email@example.com or by calling our office at (206) 328-5116. Thank you in advance for your support!!
The Access Fund also participates in the Washington State Combined Fund Drive and the King County Employee Giving Campaign. For State Employees, our "charity code" is 0316088; for King County Employees, our code is 9587. For everyone else, you can include us in your workplace or United Way Campaign by designating the "Washington Access Fund" (Tax ID number 91-2094889) for your contributions.
Wondering why to give? Approximately 91% of our borrowers, 100% of our IDA participants and 91% of our CCTV renters are low income or very low income and 83% report that they could not afford to purchase the technologies they need without the Access Fund's help.