Get Involved

Rally your friends

Animal people never go it alone. Rally your animal loving friends in support of Seattle Humane’s new facility with a customized campaign page designed to allow people to easily contribute to the campaign.

Spread the word

Your donation to our campaign means the world to us—and to animals throughout the region. And did you know there are other ways to show your support? Check out some of the ways you can help us spread the word.

Host a fundraiser

It’s easy to host your own fundraiser to benefit animals throughout our region. Here are some ideas for fundraisers that will help Seattle Humane build a new shelter.

  • Dinner Party – Do you like to cook? Invite your friends and family over for a gourmet meal. You can either sell tickets to the dinner or encourage a donation at the door.
  • Seahawks Party – Celebrate Seattle’s favorite team by hosting a fun football house party! Encourage friends and family to make a donation for the animals while you all cheer on the Hawks.
  • Host a Book Swap Party – Clean off your bookshelves of all those books and invite your friends to contribute theirs, too. Then, invite friends to come over for wine, snacks, and a book swap, with a suggested donation of $5 a book. You’ll get some great new reads, while also raising money.
  • Dress Down Days – Everybody loves casual day! Coordinate a day with your office manager where your co-workers can donate $5 to your fundraising efforts in exchange for a jean or dress down day.
  • Dog Wash – Coordinate a dog wash with friends, family or co-workers to help raise money on behalf of the homeless cats and dogs in our region.
  • Intramural Fundraiser – Whether it’s softball, flag-football or a game of kickball, coordinate a fundraising intramural tournament! Charge each individual player an entry fee to support your fundraising campaign and play ball!
  • Make it a Family Affair – Teach your children the value of philanthropic work by getting the whole family involved. Kids can donate their time by doing odd jobs for family and friends, or even giving a part of their allowance.