Workplace Giving

Woman holding tablet, smilingIt’s simple. It’s often matched. Check with your employer to multiply your gift.

Many employers match their employees financial and volunteer hour contributions.

Contact your Human Resources department and find out about your employer’s matching gifts program. Here is a list of local companies that match gifts. If your company matches your gift or volunteer hours and is not listed here let us know so we can add them to our family of great corporate partners.

Local Corporations that Match Employee Gifts

Acordia Northwest
Adobe Systems Inc.
Alaska Airlines
Bank of America
The Boeing Company
CA Technologies
Cambia Health Solutions
CenturyLink
Citigroup
Corbis
Costco
Eddie Bauer
Expedia
Getty Images
KPMG
Lakeside Industries
Macy’s
Microsoft
Milliman
Motorola
Nike
Nintendo
Nordstrom
RealNetworks
Safeco
Starbucks
Symetra Financial
T-Mobile
United Healthcare
Zymogenetics

 

City, State, County, Federal and University of Washington Employees Campaigns

Look for our name and number in your catalog or on the campaign’s website. Below are our state, federal, and county campaign numbers:

  • State – 03164444
  • Federal – 98228
  • King County – 9273

United Way and other Community Fund Campaigns

Write in “Southeast Seattle Senior Center” in the donor designation of your form.

Boeing Employees

Call the Boeing Employee Community Fund Office (206) 655-4124 to request a Positive Designations form. Write in “Southeast Seattle Senior Center” under Option 3.

Microsoft Employees

Go to the “Give” option on the company’s intranet site. Click “Give Now”, search for Southeast Seattle Senior Center and then submit your pledge online. Select the “Match” link to submit a matching gift request.

Coming Soon! Virtual Adult and Choking CPR Class

Coming soon via ZOOM!

Click on this link CPR-Choking Prevention Flyer to download the flyer.

SESSC Is On YouTube Check Us Out!

Please visit our YouTube channel by clicking on this link – SESSC YouTube Page  Check out the video called Wishing and Hoping, that SESSC staff and volunteers put together for you. Also, check our Jaime’s video on Housing Waitlists for Seniors.  In addition, Mark Bryant is back! Time to get in shape. Exercise with him through three videos: Mark’s Exercise Classes
Part 1 of 3     Part 2 of 3    Part 3 of 3

 

 

Calling All Seniors – ZOOM Check-ins

If you live alone, or almost alone, ( with a spouse, caregiver, older sibling or loved one) we invite you to participate in ZOOM CHECK-INS. This is an online support group to combat isolation.
About me: My name is Ruby Holland. I’m a housing Advocate, who has been working with Senior Homeowners to stay in our homes and avoid displacement. I’m a senior who lives alone myself and face the same issues that you face. I have good working relationships with the Central Area Sr. Center, and recently the Southeast Senior Center. King County Council Member Girmay, and Tax Assessor John Wilson. I’ve worked briefly with our Attorney General, Bob Ferguson, and the Washington state AARP representative. Call me if interested (770) 471-3472 or email at
keepyourhabitat@gmail.com.

Download the flyer for more information Zoom Check In with Ruby pdf