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Support Mt. Baker Planned Parenthood

Mt. Baker Planned Parenthood touches the lives of more than 16,500 women, men and teens a year in communities throughout Whatcom, Skagit and San Juan Counties.

The generous support of individual donors is key to our ability to provide affordable, comprehensive health care, education, and public policy work.

Mt. Baker Planned Parenthood is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization (tax ID# 91-0846274). Your gift is fully tax-deductible as allowed by law.

For more organizational information, see our Guidestar listing (Guidestar is a national database of U.S. charitable organizations that gathers and distributes data on more than a million nonprofit organizations).


There are a variety of ways to give:


Make a secure online donation using your credit card or debit card. If you would like your entire donation to be directed locally to MBPP, you must select the local option on the online form.


Through the Mail

Download a printable donation form that you can mail in with your check or credit card gift. This form may be used for a one-time gift or to make a tribute gift. If you cannot open the contribution form, you can download Adobe Acrobat Reader.


By Phone

We accept VISA, Mastercard, and American Express. You can make a gift of any size by calling our Development Office between the hours of 9:00am and 5:00pm PST at 360.603.7703.


Monthly Giving

You can take advantage of an easy, reliable way of making ongoing contributions to MBPP. Each month, your contribution is deducted directly from your checking account or credit card.

To set up a monthly contribution, please use the online form.


Workplace Giving Campaigns

You can make a cash gift directly to MBPP by designating a payroll deduction or making an outright, one-time gift through the United Way, Combined Federal Campaign, or other workplace giving program offered by your employer. Please be sure to specify "Mt. Baker Planned Parenthood."


Matching Gift Programs

If your company has a matching gift program, you can increase the value of your gift. Request a matching form from your employer and submit the completed form with your contribution.


Types of gifts:

Tribute Gifts

You can make a gift in honor or memory of a loved one or to celebrate an occasion. Acknowledgement is sent to the person being honored or to the family of the person for whom a tribute gift has been made.


Stock or Securities

A donation of appreciated stock provides you an income tax deduction equal to the fair market value of the stock on the date of the gift.


Gifts of Real Estate or Other Tangible Property

 Almost any kind of real estate can make a valuable gift: primary residence, vacation home, farm, commercial building, or an undeveloped parcel of land. You can gift your residence now and live in it for life. Call 360.603.7703 for additional information.


Planned Gifts to Secure MBPP’s Future

A planned gift to MBPP will allow you to create a legacy for reproductive health services while meeting your own financial and personal objectives. In addition to continuing your support for MBPP, you may be able to: reduce income, gift, and estate taxes; secure a source of cash flow for the remainder of you life; or reduce/eliminate capital gains taxes. 

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