Your Support Makes a Difference

Organizational Membership

Seattle CityClub’s organizational members share our desire to improve the civic health of our region by informing, connecting and engaging the public. Annual membership dues support Seattle CityClub’s work to build bridges between residents, leaders, communities and government and provide people with the tools and inspiration to make a difference.  Organizational membership covers all employees.

Need Help?

Contact Laura Orella, Membership & Development Coordinator, at lorella@SeattleCityClub.org or 206.682.7395, ext. 107.

Donate Now

Donations to Seattle CityClub help provide a nonpartisan, respectful space to discuss and debate the issues that impact our lives. Your support, participation and encouragement power Seattle CityClub’s innovation and growth. Take a stand for respectful civic dialogue, leader access and accountability, and connections and collaboration among our region’s diverse constituents.

Matching Gift

Did you know that many companies will double your donation to the Seattle CityClub by matching your contribution dollar for dollar? When combined with your donation, these gifts can double or sometimes even triple your support to Seattle CityClub.

Planned Giving

Make an investment in CityClub’s future by making a planned gift. Your gift ensures a stronger community tomorrow.

In-Kind Donation

In-kind donations come in all shapes and sizes. In-kind donors receive a charitable donation letter for tax purposes.

Contact Jenny Ott, Director of Development at jott@SeattleCityClub.org or at 206.682.7395 for gift matching, planned giving or in-kind donations.

Program Sponsorship

Seattle CityClub’s program sponsorships provide an effective marketing platform to expand your company’s network, engage your employees and associates, and connect with local leaders. Our events draw well-educated, civic minded and politically engaged Seattleites who trust CityClub as a respectful, non-partisan space for civic dialogue, inspiration and action. Our media partnerships expand our audience significantly through broadcast, live streaming and journalistic coverage.

To Learn More About Sponsorship Opportunities

Contact Jenny Ott, Development Director, at jott@SeattleCityClub.org or 206.682.7395, ext. 104.

We are grateful for the amazing support provided by our 2016 Corporate and Foundation Supporters!
  • AARP
  • Alaska Airlines
  • Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
  • Casey Family Programs
  • College Success Foundation
  • Comcast
  • Community Attributes Inc.
  • Davis Wright Tremaine
  • ECO Northwest
  • Henry M. Jackson Foundation
  • Junior League of Seattle
  • KING 5
  • Lane Powell
  • Microsoft
  • Norcliffe Foundation
  • PEMCO
  • Perkins Coie
  • Port of Seattle
  • Premera Blue Cross
  • Providence
  • Puget Sound Energy
  • Russell Investments
  • Satterburg Foundation
  • Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt
  • Seattle Foundation
  • Seattle University
  • Stokes Lawrence, P.S.
  • Swedish
  • Tulalip Foundation
  • UW Impact
  • Virginia Mason
  • Vulcan
  • Washington State Hospital Association
  • Women’s Funding Alliance

Employee Engagement

Civic Boot Camp is a unique full-day experience where participants connect with local leaders, network across sectors and gain a deep understanding of the rich history, economic opportunities, community partnerships and policy decisions shaping communities in the Puget Sound region.

 Need Help?

Contact Jeff Carter, Program Manager, at jcarter@SeattleCityClub.org or 206.658.7395 ext. 106.

  • Expert speakers, group discussions and hands-on activities will help your employees hone skills that are transferable to the professional world, including collaboration, negotiation and cultural competency. View the full-day agenda.
  • Civic Boot Camp immerses participants in Seattle’s civic opportunities, challenges and cross-sector solutions that arise from collaboration across industries, cultures and professional backgrounds.
  • Civic Boot Camp is a valuable recruitment and retention tool, as it deepens your employees’ engagement with the community where they work and live. They’ll connect with local leaders, public agencies and non-profits and leave with an action plan to get involved.
Participants from the following organizations have attended Civic Boot Camp:
  • Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
  • Edelman
  • Google
  • Impact HUB
  • King County
  • KOMO News
  • KPG
  • Lane Powell
  • Microsoft
  • PEMCO
  • Safeco
  • Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt
  • Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce
  • Seattle Works
  • Stokes Lawrence, P.S.
  • Swedish
  • United Way of King County
  • University of Washington
  • Virginia Mason
  • Washington Women’s Foundation