How to donate!
  1. Donate via credit card
  2. Venmo a donation @westseattlejunction
  3. Send a check: West Seattle Junction Association 4210 SW Oregon St, Suite A Seattle, WA 98116
West Seattle Junction Small Business Relief Fund UPDATE
Your generosity has made a big difference during this pandemic with almost $100,000 going to the small businesses in West Seattle. Be a part of the change - only $5,112 remaining to get to 100k!

Started in early April, the West Seattle Small Business Relief Fund has given HOPE to the people who have worked so hard to bring you all the services and smiles you depend upon each day.

100% of your donation goes directly to the small business you choose. Want to give to many? Just let us know in the form comments .


We want each and every one of you to be the reason the small businesses can open doors once it's safe. Support West Seattle. If we all give, we all benefit.

West Seattle, built on small businesses, is a neighborhood who has given to school auctions, your local favorite charity and has gladly given gifts cards and certificates to thousands of community members supporting their cause
Frances and John at Click! Design that Fits
Judi Yazzolino Development Director of the West Seattle Food Bank and Worth Wheeler Pastor West Seattle Christian Church

Adding to this incredible campaign has been a $29,000 gift card match, powered by West Seattle Christian Church.

Pastor Worth Wheeler says, “We wanted to boost our local West Seattle restaurants with $500 to $1,000 by purchasing gift cards from them that we can turn around and donate to the West Seattle Food Bank."

The food bank used the gift cards during their Instruments of Change online auction May 9th, raising $95,000 to help support the community who are experiencing food insecurity.

In this creative and unique way, they helped those in our community who are most in need and gave local businesses a direct infusion of funds while also multiplying the impact through the mission of the West Seattle Food Bank.

It’s was exponential win for everyone! Watch as local celebrity Hey Dave! and Worth visit Allison at The Beer Junction giving her a check.


Joining the match, Verity Credit Union, which has been founded on promoting strong and viable communities, has committed to a $10,000 match.

Beginning May 5th, Verity began doubling every donation which means double the impact and double the hope. 

West Seattle businesses will be able to weather the financial storm twice as effectively with Verity’s support of this generous match. 

“At Verity Credit Union, we know that when the community thrives, so do we.  But it isn’t about us,” said John Zmolek, Verity CEO. “Pulling together and helping our businesses and our community is just the right thing to do. We’re proud to be a part of the Junction and happy to do what we can to help all of us steer through this crisis.”
Eric at Pegasus Book Exchange
Your gift will provide
opportunities and much-needed funds to relaunch the Junction.

We cannot do this without you.
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Every donation gives the community a reason to come back into the Junction once it's safe.

Everyone wants to see their favorite business open again.
West Seattle Art Walk Supporting Artists
Who might NEED a coloring book these days? The West Seattle Art Walk has just the thing for you! While in quarantine, print and color from an online, printable coloring book found on the West Seattle Art Walk Facebook page!

Upload your completed picture for a chance to win $400 in gift cards too! 
1. Ages 0-5 $100 to Curious Kidstuff 
2. Ages 6-11 $100 West Seattle Art Nest
3. Ages 12-18 $100 to Husky Deli 
4. Ages 19-adult $100 gift card to Mashiko Restaurant 

Take a picture of the completed art work and tag West Seattle Art Walk or West Seattle Junction now through May 30th. Winners announced May 31st!
Kelly Jackson
Banana Seat
"Kitschy Delish™ is a paper and gifts company founded in 2017 by Seattle illustrator Kelly Jackson. What initially started out as a small art show at Trophy Cupcakes, blossomed into a burgeoning gifts and paper goods company, supplying her tasty and salacious creations to licensing deals, boutiques around the country and customers around the world. With a love of play on words, pin-up, candy and cake, Kelly creates a world filled with sweetness and whimsy."
Dani Dodge
Space Flower
This art piece is of a space helmet bursting with flowers. As if the bloom had forgotten all about their mission, and just grew on their own in the wilderness of space.
Alexis LaFlamme
We Will Be Together Again
So many of us are separated from our loved ones right now, it helps me to focus on the hope that we will be together again in the not-too-far future.
A special thank you to Reeve Washburn, the volunteer Art Walk Coordinator and budding artist. It's through Reeve these projects come to life. Reeve on IG
Get In on the Giving
Niederberger Construction Raising Funds
Suggested donation for sweatshirts starts at $15, however people can give as much as they’d like. All proceeds go to the WS Junction Small Business Relief Fund. $300 has already been donated. Thanks!

Sizes S, M, L in Light Blue, Dark Blue, Sand and Black
Local WestMan Real Estate Making Masks
Masks are $10 with 15% of proceeds going to the Small Business Relief Fund to support the West Seattle community.

Don't need a mask? You can still donate to help support our local community! See more on the WestMan Facebook page .
Todd at Elliott Bay joining the #theplatefund

The Plate Fund
The Plate Fund provides immediate, one-time payments in the amount of $500 to restaurant and food service workers who have lost jobs and income due to the COVID-19 crisis.
In addition to $4 million in seed funding from The Schultz Family Foundation, The Seattle Foundation, and more community partners; the fund is asking for donations so the effort may reach as many restaurant industry workers as possible in King County.
West 5 Supporting Seniors
Thanks to this great community where we live, the Senior Center has received so much help in getting food and lunches out to seniors! We're helping restore faith in humanity. Thanks to West 5 for supporting this program with meals to seniors.
Thunder Road Guitars Fundraiser
The cool cats at Thunder Road Guitars have created a brand new T-Shirt design to raise funds for the COVID-19 frontline West Seattle Food Bank. All net proceeds from shirt sales will be donated to the people who are feeding and caring for the most vulnerable of our community members.

Shirts are being printed now! Orders mailed out within 6-8 days. Be a part of something great.
Eagles Free Dinner
Join the West Seattle Eagles each night for a fabulous free meal. Please share with family, friends and anyone in need.
Chef Gabby Torres, her Mom Debbie Torrison along with their merry group of volunteers step back into the West Seattle Eagles Community Kitchen every evening.

100% free, open to the public with donations gladly accepted. Doors open at 5.30 - until sold out.
Cafe Mia Free Sack Lunch
It’s all the comfort food up at Cafe Mia They offer a free sack lunch for anyone that needs it. Noon-3 pm. Please text the cafe 616-818-2183 to see what is being prepared. Donations can be made via Venmo to mialoo101
Pegasus Book Exchange Teacher Credit Donations
Thanks to the overwhelming response from the Pegasus Book Exchange customers, the teacher credit account has gone from a low of $499 to a high of $6,595.25!

Do you know a local teacher or volunteer at a nonprofit who needs some books? Please let them know.
Feeding First Responders
A la Mode Pies delivered 23 "comforting meals" to first responders at Virginia Mason Hospital on behalf of Equity Residential.

Each meal included a chicken pot pie, fresh garden salad, and a heavenly slice of French Apple Pie.

Also supported by Equity Residential, Phoenecia cooked up a bounty of food for the heath care workers at Virginia Mason Bellevue.