Your gift supports PNRI’s pioneering genetic research that pushes the boundaries of what’s possible in science and medicine.
Pacific Northwest Research Institute is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with the Federal Tax ID# 91-0667886. Donations to PNRI are tax-deductible to the maximum extent allowed by law.
PNRI Offers a Variety of Ways to Support Our Work
Make a one-time gift or donate monthly to support PNRI’s work.
You can donate by check or credit card via mail. For your convenience, we provide this gift donation form, which you can print and include with your gift.
Please make all checks payable to: Pacific Northwest Research Institute
Pacific Northwest Research Institute
720 Broadway, Seattle, WA 98122
Donating securities such as stocks or mutual funds is often a good option for donors seeking to support PNRI while saving on income and capital gains taxes. If you donate stock that has increased in value since you bought it more than a year ago, you can take a charitable deduction for the stock’s fair market value on the day you sell it.
Please consult your financial advisor for more information. You can make a gift by following these transfer instructions.
PNRI accepts gifts from donor-advised funds. Please feel free to use DAF Direct or contact the Development Team if you have any questions.
If you are an employee or retiree of a business that matches gifts to qualified nonprofit, you can multiply the impact of your gift. To see if your company will match your gift to PNRI, contact your Human Resources department. PNRI is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with the Federal Tax ID# 91-0667886.
Private Workplace Campaigns
Many employers provide workplace giving campaigns as a convenient way to support non-profits like PNRI. Contact your Human Resources department to see if your company offers employee giving options through platforms like Benevity, YourCause, Frontstream, or others.
State and County Giving Programs
If you are a county or state employee, you may be eligible to participate in one of the following giving programs. Contact your Human Resources department or the offices listed below to learn more about how you can support PNRI through workplace giving.
King County Employee Giving Program (KCEGP)
For employees of King County
PNRI Charity ID: 9014
Washington State Combined Fund Drive (CFD)
For Washington State employees (active and retired)
PNRI Charity ID: 0316020
Washington State CFD Office
University of Washington CFD Office
See options to give through United Way in your county here. You may write in Pacific Northwest Research Institute (PNRI) as the beneficiary of your if it is not already listed as an option.
Fred Meyer Community Rewards
Support PNRI when you shop by enrolling in Fred Meyer Community Rewards and selecting PNRI as your beneficiary.
- Create a digital account.
- Go to fredmeyer.com and select “Create Account” under the “Sign In” menu in the top right corner of your screen.
- Once your account is created, or if you already have a digital account, you can link your Shopper’s Card to your account.
- Link your Card to PNRI.
- Sign into your digital account.
- Search for PNRI here using one of the following:
- By Name: Pacific Northwest Research Institute
By Non-Profit Organization (NPO) Number: VX394
- Select Pacific Northwest Research Institute and click “Save.”
Pacific Northwest Research Institute will display in the Fred Meyer Community Rewards section of your account.
Make your gift in memory of a loved one, or to honor and celebrate an achievement or occasion. If you provide their contact information, PNRI would be glad to send a note to those you wish to recognize. You can indicate a tribute gift through our online donation form, or by writing a memo on your check.
Giving through your estate or will leaves a powerful legacy and commemorates your deep investment in PNRI’s future.
To learn more about making a planned gift to PNRI or to request sample language you can use in your will, please contact Shannon Bowen, Chief Advancement Officer via our contact form or (206) 726-1233.
If you have already named PNRI as a beneficiary in your estate plans, please let us know so that we can properly honor your intentions.