Help us raise $50,000 … we'll match the first $25,000!

Since opening our doors in 2013, DAA Seattle has embraced MAG’s shared mission to serve the greater community. Our team has a deep passion for providing support, service, and a positive influence on others in need. As such, we have developed partnerships with local community organizations that assist individuals and families challenged with social unrest.

Please join us in supporting four organizations in conjunction with our Helping Hands Sale. DAA Seattle will match up to $25,000 of your contributions to support The Auburn Food Bank’s Financial Assistance Program, PNW Adult & Teen Challenge’s Graham Campus for Women, The Arc of King County, and Auburn City Seventh-day Adventist Church. If you wish to participate in our Helping Hands Fundraiser, just fill out and submit the brief donation form below and a member of our team will be in touch. We’ll accept donations from Thursday, June 1st until Friday, June 16th, 2023.

Our choice of organizations stems from some of our own past life experiences when we needed the support that their programs provide. Additionally, many of us have loved ones who have battled hunger, homelessness, addiction, and social injustice. Giving back allows us to show our gratitude to these vital nonprofit partners.

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DAA Seattle will match up to $25,000 in contributions. Thank you for your donation!

Charitable Organization Tax ID Numbers:

The Auburn Food Bank: 91-1215485
PNW Adult & Teen Challenge Graham Campus for Women: 93-0844063
The Arc of King Country: 91-0594684
Auburn City Adventist Church: 91-0644803

Our Nonprofit Partners

DAA Seattle will match all funds raised up to the first $25,000.

Now more than ever, your generosity will help provide critical resources for these DAA Seattle nonprofit partners:

The Auburn Food Bank

Serving approximately 140 families every day, the Food Bank provides multiple programs.

Services include:

  • Foodbank and shut-in food deliveries
  • Financial aid to help families with medical bills, rent, and utility bills
  • Weekend backpacks for students
  • Overnight shelter and homeless services including laundry, showers, access to food, and work assistance

Dealers: DAA Seattle is also collecting items for The Auburn Food Bank through Friday, June 17th.

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Pacific Northwest Adult & Teen Challange

A residential Women’s Campus in Graham, Washington serving approximately 28 students

Services include:

  • Long-term recovery and discipleship program for those suffering from drug and alcohol addiction
  • Participation in vocational training and Christ-centered curriculum
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The Arc of King County

The Arc of King County promotes and protects the rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities so they can live, learn, work and play in the community – improving the quality of life for us all.

Services include:

  • The Arc of King County serves people with intellectual and developmental disabilities across the lifespan: from prenatal diagnosis through end of life care
  • They provide specialized services and activities in English, Spanish, and specifically for African American families. For other languages, we utilize interpreters
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Auburn City Seventh-day Adventist Church

A residential Seventh-day Adventist church in Auburn, Washington. 

About:

  • The Adventist Church operates 173 hospitals and sanitariums and more than 7,500 schools around the world
  • 19 million members worldwide and over one million in North America
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