COVID-19 Update

All of our trainings have transitioned to virtual platforms. Click here to see our upcoming workshops.

Ways to Give

Give online, by check, or contact us

Make a secured one-time or recurring donation online by credit card or by electronic funds transfer (EFT). 

Mail a check payable to “Sound Discipline” to the following address:

Sound Discipline
3250 Airport Way South, Suite 224
Seattle, WA 98134

If you prefer to make a pledge to be fulfilled by 6/30/2021, contact us or call the Sound Discipline office, 206-782-1595.

Make a gift of stock or a wire transfer

Giving a gift of appreciated stock, bonds, securities, or through a donor-advised fund, can help Sound Discipline continue its mission, support our programs and allow you to leave a lasting impact on children’s lives for years to come.

To make a gift of stock, bonds, or securities, or a wire transfer, contact us or call the Sound Discipline office, 206-782-1595.

Employer Programs

Matching

If your employer offers a matching gift program and you’d like to increase your impact, we welcome the extra support, with deep gratitude.

Giving

You can find us on the following employer giving programs:

Leave a gift in your will 

One of the most meaningful ways to support Sound Discipline is by naming Sound Discipline in your will or Revocable Living Trust. We understand that your gift is non-binding and that you may change it at any time. 

To inform our staff of your generosity (so we may thank you personally), contact us or call the Sound Discipline office, 206-782-1595.

Sponsor a Whole School partnership, a workshop, or a special event 

Sound Discipline invites foundations, corporations and small businesses to engage with us a in a variety of ways, from sponsoring a workshop or a Whole School Partnership, to sponsoring an expanded network of schools by building school district capacity. Collaboration with you mobilizes our work to reach more than 5,000 adults who, in turn, care for or teach 75,000 young people. We work with more 15,000 educators and 56 school communities in four states – Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and California – to integrate social-emotional learning and restorative practices into classrooms, schools, and districts.

For more information, please contact us or call the Sound Discipline office, 206-782-1595.

Thank you sponsors past and present!