Other Ways to Help

We invite you to explore the following additional ways to help support our life-changing programs for children, youth, adults and military veterans who are blind and visually impaired.

Fred Meyer Community Rewards

Support Northwest Association for Blind Athletes by linking your Fred Meyer Rewards card to support our programs. You will still receive your rewards normally, but an additional donation will be made by Fred Meyer based on your purchases to support our programs. Below are four simple registration steps:

  1. Visit www.fredmeyer.com/communityrewards
  2. Log-in to your account, and click “Link Your Rewards Card Now”
  3. Enter NWABA’s nonprofit code, #89247
  4. …and that is it! Thank you!

Amazon Smile

Did you know that you can support Northwest Association for Blind Athletes just by shopping on Amazon? Amazon will donate 0.5% of eligible purchases to support our life-changing programs. Click here to link your account to ensure NWABA is supported each time you shop with Amazon.

In-Kind Donations

In-kind donations are graciously accepted by NWABA throughout the year. We rely on in-kind donations to minimize operating expenses and help ensure we are offering innovative, high-quality programming. Items can be office supplies such as copy paper, staples, or cleaning supplies; programmatic supplies such as snacks or fuel gift cards; or items that can be included in our silent auction during the special events NWABA hosts throughout the year. Please contact Rose Lombino at rlombino@nwaba.org or fill out the form here if you have an in-kind donation for NWABA.

Northwest Association for Blind Athletes relies on in-kind donations to minimize our operating expenses and help ensure we are able to offer innovative, high-quality programming to individuals who are blind and visually impaired. The following items are always needed to support programs throughout the year: copy paper, staples, paper towels, disposable plates and utensils, fuel gift cards, and grocery store gift cards.

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