Help wounded warriors and their families
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Choose the “Make This Recurring (Monthly)” checkbox when completing your donation.
Or send your donation by check or money order to
Heartbeat Serving Wounded Warriors
PO Box 704
Snohomish, WA 98291
Thank you for your support! Heartbeat is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization — donations are tax deductible as allowed by law.
Please see our convenient drop-off locations for donations of items only.
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Workplace Giving Campaigns
For those who would like to donate through the Washington State Combined Fund Drive (CFD) Campaign our number is 0518886.
For those who would like to donate through the King County Employee Giving Program (EGP) Charitable Campaign our number is 9525.
Yes. Planned giving through trusts and wills ensures that your assets go towards military families. Please e-mail Janice Buckley, president, or call (425) 931-1047 for information.
You can make a real difference in the lives of our brave military families in Washington state. Your generous financial support allows Heartbeat to provide life-changing services for them when they need it. Please show our warriors how much you appreciate their daily sacrifices.
While many nonprofit organizations have administrative costs greater than 30 percent, Heartbeat operates at no more than 12 percent. Your donations support all of our programs and services.
Yes, donations to 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations are tax deductible as allowed by law. We recommend you talk with a tax advisor about your situation.
Yes. We could not exist without our generous donors.