Earthshare LogoIt’s all too rare that we get to meet our subscribers face to face. If you work at University of Washington, stop by and say hello to Sightline on Wednesday, October 13th. We’ll be at UW’s Combined Fund Drive kick off event from 11am-2pm in Mary Gates Hall.

We’ll be talking to folks as a representative of EarthShare Washington, our workplace giving partner. Even if you don’t work at UW, workplace giving programs are an efficient and beneficial way to support environmental organizations you care about. EarthShare is a national organization with workplace partners in both Washington and Oregon. Maybe you work for one of them?

EarthShare Washington (or EarthShare Oregon) can be a great (and super easy) way to make an impact. By partnering with a long list of businesses and government agencies, EarthShare Washington inspires employees to support the environment through workplace giving campaigns and volunteerism. Your donations through payroll deduction help us plan for the future.

ESW members, like Sightline, work for a cleaner environment, protection of wildlife and habitat, and environmental justice locally, nationally, and internationally. Our in-depth analysis reporting on important Washington ballot initiatives I-1098 and I-1053 and Referendum 52 as well as cleaning up dirty stormwater and closing the sustainability gap are only possible because of the generosity of our supporters. We continue to make the region more sustainable thanks to donations like yours!

Learn more about whether your workplace is an EarthShare Washington partner, or contact us  and we can help your employer become one.

You can also make a direct one-time or recurring contribution to Sightline today, through our secure giving page.

If you have any questions about how you can help support Sightline’s news and blog, we can always be reached at [email protected]

Founded in 1987, ESW is a federation of 66 nonprofit organizations that work to advance livable communities and a healthy planet. Learn more at http://www.esw.org.