Every gift to the Children's Home Society & Trust Foundation has a positive impact on the lives of children and their families. All private contributions raised by the foundation support the work of Children’s Home Society of Washington.

Gifts from individuals, foundations, corporations, estates and trusts help Children’s Home Society of Washington offer integrated services that support the whole child and family.  These gifts also provide pivotal resources that enable us to develop innovative strategies and advocate for reforms that create systems change, so that entire communities benefit for the long term.

There are many ways to provide support for the children and families we serve.  Gifts can support our greatest needs, strengthen our capacity and bridge critical funding gaps or they can be dedicated to particular programs.  They can also come in any of the following forms:

  • Individual, corporate and foundation giving
  • Stock donations
  • Bequests and planned gifts
  • Tribute gifts
  • In-Kind gifts
  • Employee matching
  • Volunteer opportunities
  • Event sponsorship

For more information about funding opportunities, contact Executive Director Andrea K. Myers at 206-695-3290 or email andrea.myers@chs-wa.org.

Board members


Dan Merlino

Sherilee Coffey and Rod Kaseguma
Vice Presidents

Brett Allen

Barbara Jirsa


Linda Ashlock

Jacque Cabe

Andy MacDonald

Del Miller

Tom Oldfield

Children's Trust Foundation

For 30 years, Children’s Trust Foundation provided grants through the Endowment to Prevent Child Abuse and Neglect to other organizations with programs at community-based family support centers dedicated to child abuse prevention.

Established in 1982 by dedicated child advocates, Children’s Trust Foundation held a firm conviction that child abuse and neglect can be prevented by supporting families struggling through stress and isolation.

Children’s Trust Foundation distributed more than $1.4 million to programs focused on child abuse prevention, creating a lasting impact in the lives of Washington state's children. This pivotal work continues through the new Children's Home Society & Trust Foundation.