Become a Monthly Shareholder with your sustaining gift of $15, $25, $50, $100 or more—any amount is welcome & every dollar makes a big difference in the lives of local families and individuals.
The population we serve is a vulnerable one facing barriers in their daily lives, such as purchasing nutritious food or accessing meals through food programs, securing employment or affordable housing, paying monthly bills, and caring for themselves and their family.
“Monthly giving is an easy way to contribute to Share. We designate our gift for the Backpack Program because we want to help make sure there is food for hungry families.”—Peter Fels & Nancy Helget, monthly donor since 2009
Sign up today with a minimum pledge of $15 per month and receive a free ‘Monthly Shareholder’ t-shirt!
The power of your monthly donation:
$100 could provide a one day & night of shelter and food for a parent & two children at one of our family shelters.
$50 could provide a a Welcome Home Kit to a family moving into their new home.
$25 could provide five children with a bag full of nutritious food through our Backpack Program.
$15 could provide 12 nutritious meals to 12 individuals through our Hot Meals Program.
Click here to sign up today! Or sign-up by phone: 360-952-8231. Through reliable monthly donations, Share can help empower our community in a sustainable way, helping to make our community home.
Even easier! Have your donation come directly from your checking account & eliminate the need to update us when your card expires. Contact your bank to get started.
Old Meets New: The 300 Club & Monthly Shareholder Program
In the early years of Share, the Board of Directors sought to find 300 people who would be willing to donate $10 per month—the $3,000 raised would totally fund monthly expenses. This group became the 300 Club. To energize and honor the original focus of the 300 Club, Share created the Monthly Shareholder program. We hope you will consider making a recurring gift to support our vital programs, providing life-changing opportunities to men, women and children in need in our community.