100% of Donations on Give BIG Go to Children in Need

GiveBIG is back! On May 10, 2017 Tiny Trees is joining more than one thousand nonprofits in raising money to help make Seattle & King County a stronger, more vibrant community for all.

Your gift to Tiny Trees on May 10th will give a child a bright & hopeful future through high quality education during their most formative years, and a glorious childhood in the present through play, exploration, and wonder in the great outdoors.

That’s right, all gifts made during Give BIG go directly to scholarships for the children who need it most. And there are a lot of children who need your help. 60% of families at Tiny Trees require a scholarship to attend.

The best part is 100% of your money goes to the children in our programs. Private donors cover our operating costs, so you can give knowing your whole gift will help children, learn, grow, and thrive. Learn more about our 100% guarantee here.

To top it off, Give BIG will match a portion of your gift. That means May 10th is the day when your gift to Tiny Trees will have the biggest impact.

Every child deserves a strong start in school and life. Yet for many families in our region, that opportunity has been inaccessible or unaffordable. Your support will help close the opportunity gap by helping children in underserved neighborhoods where access to high-quality learning and care is needed most.

Use this unique giving link to make a gift to Tiny Trees: https://www.givebigseattle.org/tiny-trees-preschool

Please also help us spread the word! Follow us on Facebook. Follow the hashtags #GiveBIG

There’s more!

  • Dollars for Change is a new  effort that will award more than $350,000 on GiveBIG. Multiple GiveBIG donors will be chosen every hour over a 15-hour period, starting at 7AM on Wednesday, May 10. If you are selected you will have an additional $2,500 donation given to Tiny Trees!
  • GiveBIG donations can be pre-scheduled starting April 27th! If you pre-schedule your gift, your donation will be processed on May 10th.
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