More Ways to Give

Set up a recurring gift or learn more about giving through work.

Different ways to provide support

Scroll down to find out how to set up a recurring gift or make a payroll deduction, and how to learn more about corporate matching gifts.

If you’re still not sure how you’d like to support us, get inspired by others. Read some of our donors’ stories to see why they’ve chosen to support Northwest Kidney Centers.


Dialysis technician Gretta Bachmeier with Keuthmy Thatsanavongsa at our Kent clinic.

Recurring gifts

You can make recurring gifts by:


To make a recurring gift by check, contact Madison Ramey, Donor Database Specialist, at 206-720-8514 or

Automated credit card payments

Making a recurring gift by debit or credit card is secure and easy to set up. If you would like to adjust or cancel your recurring gift, please contact us at 206-720-8514 or email us at

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Automated direct debit from your bank account

Making a recurring gift by direct debit from your checking or savings account is secure and easy to set up.

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Give through work

Giving through work can be an easy way to make a big impact.

Workplace giving campaigns

To donate through the King County Employee Giving Campaign, use the charitable code: 9121.

Matching gifts

Asking your employer to match your gift is an easy way to double your support. Hundreds of Pacific Northwest employers provide this benefit. Check with your company’s human resources or community relations team to learn more about matching gifts.

Payroll deductions

Payroll deductions are a hassle-free way to provide ongoing support. Many private companies and public organizations make it easy to donate to charitable causes in this way. Ask your human resources team for more information about giving through payroll. 

Contact our staff

Want to support Northwest Kidney Centers in another way?

Contact our staff for additional ways to give, or to learn more about recurring gifts or workplace giving.

Call our development team at 206-292-5351.


Dialysis technician Xerxes Lopez with Cynthia Sutton at our SeaTac clinic.