Our partners are key supporters of InvestED’s mission and impact. From hosting a branded campaign or sponsoring a school, to matching employee gifts or sponsoring an event, our partnerships highlight a shared passion for helping low-income students across Washington. Together, we help bridge the gap between what families can afford, what schools can support, and what students urgently need. Join us.
Make an impact on your local school and amplify your support with an InvestED partnership. Contact our team to learn more and get involved!
Moccasin Lake Foundation
A private foundation which primarily supports charitable purposes in the Pacific Northwest.
A video game publisher that empowers studios to develop games they are passionate about creating, while providing the support needed to make their titles critically and commercially successful on a global scale.
Thompson Family Foundation
The Thompson Family Foundation is strongly committed to supporting students and helping them realize their full potential. Their personal approach to investing in the lives of students has a lasting impact.
Boeing employees partnered with InvestED on their 2020 annual back-to-school drive, Liftoff for Learning.
All in Seattle
group of Seattle-area community members who quickly deployed COVID-19 resources
directly to proven non-profits that could deliver it to those most in need.
Since 1984, Cornerstone has helped people overcome challenges, identify opportunities and invest wisely.
to producing the highest quality frozen-at-sea groundfish products in the
John and Marilyn Warner
John and Marilyn Warner focus on supporting underrepresented students with a strong focus on strengthening public education.
movement of churches in the Seattle-area that are committed to being
aggressively generous toward the great things God is doing in their backyard
and around the world.
The Jerry Storvick Fund
is proud to partner with a generous group of former students and graduates of
Clover Park High School (Lakewood, WA) to launch The Jerry Storvick Fund.