The Everett Clinic Foundation was established in 1994 by Clinic staff and physicians. Supported by staff and physician donations, its goal is to provide ongoing philanthropic support to charitable organizations in Snohomish County. The Foundation is administered by a Board of Directors that is responsible for the allocation of funds.
In 2014, The Everett Clinic foundation gave $416,456 and The Everett Clinic gave $325,642 for a total of $742,098 to support our local community. The Foundation receives contributions from our staff and physicians to help area nonprofit organizations succeed. Since its inception, The Everett Clinic Foundation has donated more than $4 million to charitable groups.
The Everett Clinic Foundation Committee has adopted Hand in Hand and Matthew House as our Operation Outreach partners for 2015.
Hand in Hand is a local non-profit organization, who helps children transition after being forcibly removed from their homes.
At their facility in Everett, Hand in Hand provides a "Safe Place," where children are given warm meals, showers and a place to rest while case workers find the right foster home for that child. To read more about Hand in Hand or to get involved, visit them online at handinhandkids.org or follow their efforts on Facebook.
In addition, we have also partnered with Matthew House who provides hospitality and needed services to friends and families of prisoners in Washington State Department of Corrections facilities.
The Everett Clinic Foundation is a 501(c)(3) exempt organization, tax identification #94-3214711. Donations may be tax deductible to the extent that they exceed the value of any goods or services you received.