Donate to Mount Baker Community Club
Ways to Give:
Give to the 2017 Annual Fund
Everybody GIVES so everybody GAINS! The Annual Fund supports community programming, outreach, and Clubhouse operations. THANK YOU to all who have generously given to the 2017 Mount Baker Annual Fund! DONATE ONLINE.
By giving to the Community Club, you help ensure that Mount Baker remains a strong, vibrant neighborhood—one with a centrally located, historic Clubhouse with seminars, workshops, community forums, art performances, classes, and programs that appeal to our community's diverse interests. Please consider making a donation to keep our historic Community Club the hub of our neighborhood.
Have you considered making your gift last beyond your lifetime? By making a bequest to MBCC in your Will, your support of the Club can become your legacy to the community long into the future. Read more about legacy giving.
Why give to MBCC?
For 100 years, the Mount Baker Community Club and its Clubhouse have been at the heart of our neighborhood. Our mission is to provide many opportunities for neighbors to connect with one another, including:
• Community Meetings. Discuss & learn about issues affecting our community — public safety, education, zoning and development, transit service, parks and playgrounds.
• Annual events where all are welcome. The Community Potluck where we welcome new neighbors and renew longtime friendships; the Christmas Ships Celebration at the Clubhouse and bonfire on the beach; and the Day in the Park Festival in Mount Baker Park.
to our Donors,
for all you do
Gifts of all sizes are appreciated and are fully tax-deductible.
Or send checks
Payable to: MBCC
2811 Mt Rainier Dr. S,
Seattle, WA 98144
• Our newsletter, The Mount Baker View, a printed community newsletter featuring neighborhood news, commentary, and a calendar of events for all 5,000 households in our area — at no cost to residents.
AND, membership is completely free to everyone who lives, works and goes to school in Mount Baker. We have no dues! We depend on the generosity of our neighbors to fund all the wonderful things the Community Club does for the neighborhood.
QUESTIONS? Contact MBCC Director, Megan Haile at 206-722-7209 or firstname.lastname@example.org.