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Methods of Giving

With your help, Valley Medical Center is improving lives throughout South King County and we are incredibly appreciative for your support. All donors to Valley are provided with thank you/gift receipts for their records. And each year, Valley honors donors at various levels of giving by publishing a list of their names.

Donors always have the right to request public anonymity for their gifts.  Valley Medical Center takes very seriously the wishes of all donors and works hard to maintain the highest standards for recognizing all gifts in a warm, respectful manner.

Tribute and memorial gifts are gladly accepted and, upon special request, the hospital can assist the donor with notifying the honoree or their family about the gift.

Cash Donations
Credit card gifts may be made securely online and a thank you/gift receipt email for the donor’s tax records will be emailed for each gift. If you prefer to write a check, please make the check payable to "Valley Medical Center" and note the area of support to direct your funds on the memo line. 

Please mail your check to:
Valley Medical Center
M/S VPP 250
400 South 43rd Street
Box 50010
Renton, WA 98058-5010 

Corporate Matching Programs
As a non-profit, many generous employers offer to match employee donations to Valley. When making a donation, please inquire with your employer as to whether a program is available to match either financial donations or employee volunteer time.

Grants
Valley provides critical support to the underserved and vulnerable neigbors in need within South King County. We gratefully accept charitable funding from philanthropists looking to make a difference in our community.

Planned Gifts
Planned giving is an excellent way to leave a legacy to Valley by suporting a charitable causes you belive in. We invite you to consier gifts via a Living or Charitable Remainder trust, Life Insurance or Real Estate gifts, or a bequest. 

Questions? Please contact Carrie Murayama, Manager of
Development and Volunteer Services, or call 425.690.5956.