What has happened to so many people?

Intergenerational trauma is real. You see the reports every day. About the devastating impacts to individuals, to families. Forget thriving. They’re struggling to survive.

For so many people, childhood trauma destroys their lives, their futures. It’s directly associated with addiction, homelessness, incarceration, and serious medical conditions. And the process repeats in the next generation.  

Giving to break this cycle gives you purpose. 

You give and it counts >>  Your gift of $200 today helps break the cycle!

You give hope. Kylie’s story =

Kylie was already horribly abused and drug addicted by 15 when her first child was born. Just like her Mom!   And soon after, Kylie was alone with three small children and no idea where to turn.  Our Families in Recovery group changed that.

Because of you, Kylie can give her kids the love and attention she never got.

You give and it counts>>  You give to create lasting hope. 

A worried husband – rightfully so – found help just in time.  Ray’s story =

Ray is a new dad out for a walk, knocks on our front door. Worried about his wife – without knowing why. He didn’t see the signs of postpartum depression. But after sitting down with one of our parent coaches for half an hour, Ray does now. And he knows how to get help.

Give $25 / monthly today >>… because it’s important to you that the numbers add up!

Your gift builds strong bonds that create strong families.  Jim’s story =

Jim was worried. He’d only held a baby once or twice in his life. He was afraid of dropping the baby. Afraid to pick her up. How would he comfort her? What kind of Dad would he be?

Conscious Fathering class answered his questions. He is now a dad with a plan. A confident dad with an active role in his daughter’s life from day one.

More than 800 dads took our Conscious Fathering Classes last year and we gave a record number of scholarships. Statistics show that involved dads improve kid’s lives. It’s a measurable dad factor. And we increase it, through Conscious Fathering.

We provide real-world solutions to help families de-stress, learn new skills, form strong bonds, and create and maintain strong support networks. Please join us by giving now>> and you will help provide solutions to break the cycle of abuse and neglect.

Ways you can Donate Now:

Donate Online
Secure online donation >>

Donate by mail
Parent Trust for Washington Children
Att: Donation Committee
2200 Rainier Avenue S.
Seattle, WA 98144

Payroll Deduction
You can choose to donate through your company’s United Way Campaign, Combined Fund Drive, or other workplace giving campaign. read more

Many companies have Employee Giving Programs that can make donating effortless.

Giving through your work has many benefits. It is easy to setup and can allow you to make donations deducted automatically from your paycheck. Many companies will also match the contribution, doubling the amount given. Contact your HR department to find out if your employer has an Employee Giving Program.

Some local companies with Employee Giving Programs:
The Boeing Company

Federated Campaigns:
King County, code #9223
Washington State Combined Fund Drive

Umbrellas for Local Federated Campaigns:
United Way of Snohomish County
United Way of Central Washington
United Way of South Puget Sound
United Way of Mid Columbia

Gift of Stock
Gifts of stock or other appreciated assets are welcome. For information on the process, please contact Russell Wycoff, Development Associate at 206.233.0156 ext. 231

Planned Giving
You can leave a legacy to future generations through a charitable bequest to Parent Trust for Washington Children. For more information, please contact Russell Wycoff, Development Associate at 206.233.0156 ext. 231

Name a Room
You can support Parent Trust and show your passion for strong families by donating in honor or memory of someone special to you. We have one room remaining, our Parent Room, that can be named in conjunction with a donation to Parent Trust. To make a naming rights donation please contact:

Inga Paige
(206) 233-0156 ext. 226