Get Involved

Are you interested in helping advance policies that'll help create thriving communities in Washington? Then get involved with us today! There're lots of ways to engage with and support the work of Washington State Budget & Policy Center.

Make a Gift

Your generosity funds ongoing research and analysis that helps shape social and fiscal policies in our state. See below for giving opportunities. 

Donate: You can donate online here.

Workplace Giving & Matching Gifts. Contact your Human Resources representative to ask about how you can designate a donation to the Budget & Policy Center through payroll deduction, and if your workplace matches charitable contributions.

Planned Giving: Designating a gift as part of your estate will help sustain the Budget & Policy Center’s work into the future. Contact your financial adviser to learn more. The Budget & Policy Center's Tax ID is 72-1612982.

Event Sponsorship:  Sponsor policy briefings or our annual Budget Matters conference.

For more information about making a gift,
email Development Manager Matt Mirarchi or call him at 206.262.0973, ext. 221.


Engage with Us

Subscribe to our e-communications: This includes access to our schmudget blog, which provides you with current research, data, and analysis on proposed legislation and initiatives affecting our state and its people.

Attend or volunteer at an event: Throughout the year, we have multiple in-person and online events, including Budget Beat webinars, policy briefings, house parties, and our annual Budget Matters conference, each of which provides you with an opportunity to hear our latest policy advances. Find out about these events by signing up for our e-communications

Follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join the conversation, share our work with your networks, and otherwise help spread the word about the need to advance fiscal and social policies that would make our state a better place!

For more information about volunteering for our events,
email bnpinfo(at)budgetandpolicy(dot)org.


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Our Policy Priorities

Washington state should be a place where all our residents have strong communities, great schools, and the chance for a bright future. Our 2017-2019 Legislative Agenda outlines the priorities we are working to advance to build a better Washington.

Testimonies in Olympia

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We're in Olympia throughout the 2018 legislative session to testify in support of bills that advance our legislative priorities. Watch our testimonies on TVW:

Our Seattle Policy Summit

You can watch our Budget Matters 2017 Seattle Policy Summit, which took place on December 6, online. The first part of the day (watch herefeatured Washington State Lt. Governor Cyrus Habib and Race Forward President Glenn Harris. The second part of the day (watch here) featured Budget & Policy Center Senior Policy Analyst Jennifer Tran, and a panel of local leaders moderated by Michael Brown of the Seattle Foundation.