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Corporate Engagement

There are many ways for a corporation to partner with Jubilee to make an impact on women moving out of poverty toward self-sufficiency.

Event Sponsors
By sponsoring a fundraising event, companies are helping underwrite event expenses so all donations by attendees go directly to support Jubilee’s programs, enabling us to serve more women at a deeper level. Sponsorships benefit companies by deepening their relationship with Jubilee, our supporters and the community we serve.

From $1,500 to $25,000, there are sponsorship opportunities to suit a variety of budgets. Examples of sponsorship benefits include seats at premier tables, logo visibility on promotional materials, recognition during the event, social media shout-outs, an opportunity to share materials with attendees, and more. For more information, contact or 206.442.2951.

Looking for a group volunteer project for your company? Volunteers spend nearly 8,000 hours each year expanding Jubilee’s ability to serve more women in our community. Group volunteer activities include taking care of our yards and lawns, making a community meal, or helping us with a mailing or special project. Contact 206.957.5512 or for more information.

Drive for Clothing, Goods or Gift Cards
Host a drive at your office to benefit Jubilee women! Helpful items include grocery store gift cards, bus tickets, household items such as toilet paper, or clothing and accessories for our free boutique. Contact or call 206.957.1971 to learn more.

Holiday Giving
The holidays are an especially difficult time for the women at Jubilee Women’s Center as many are far away or estranged from family. We encourage our community to provide gifts for the women so they can have a memorable holiday and feel the support of our community. Your company or employees can sponsor a resident, host a giving tree or buy small gifts for each resident, such as grocery or coffee gift cards. For more information, contact

Equal opportunity is available for all low-income adult women without respect to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, citizenship, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation or any other bias protected by federal, state or local law.