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DRW appreciates donations of any size to further the work discussed on this website and its other platforms. DRW is an independent, private, non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation operating in Washington State and donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law. DRW tax identification number is 91-0956784. When we receive your donation, we will provide you a receipt for your records.
If your employer is willing to multiply your generosity, please email a completed matching gift form from your employer to [email protected] or mail it to Disability Rights Washington, 315 - 5th Avenue South, Suite 850, Seattle, WA 98104.
If you would like to know how to include DRW in your estate planning, please contact us at [email protected] or by mail to Disability Rights Washington, 315 - 5th Avenue South, Suite 850, Seattle, WA 98104.
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Examples of how donations are used:
- $50 paid for advocacy to assure safe surroundings for a person sexually assaulted by a care provider.
- $100 paid for training a group of people with disabilities about their right to vote, and how to request and use accessible voting options.
- $250 paid for an attorney to assist six individuals to understand their legal rights, and develop a self advocacy plan to enforce those rights.
- $500 paid for amendment of a bill to make sure a new law adequately protects people with disabilities for years to come.
- $1000 paid for an amicus resulting in a mother obtaining a communication facilitator as an accommodation in a family law case.
Dollar amount based on 2010 advocacy results