GiveBIG event to impact Renton nonprofits

  • Wednesday, April 19, 2017 12:34pm
  • Business

Seattle Foundation’s annual GiveBIG event on May 10 will benefit more than 1,600 nonprofits, including some in Renton.

Those include St. Stephen Housing Association, Cedar River School of Renton, Talbot Hill EducationalTrust, Evergreen City Ballet, Communities in Schools of Renton, Techbridge Girls, HealthPoint, VisionHouse and more, according to a media release.

GiveBIG is a one day, online event raising money for these and other nonprofits.

To donate visit GiveBIGSeattle.org and select the nonprofits you would like to support.

Beginning April 27 donations can be scheduled ahead of the May 10 date.

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