The Associated Recreation Council (ARC) makes Seattle a healthier and more vital place to live by enhancing access to high-quality recreation and lifelong learning programs for all Seattle residents.
Your support enables us to reach, teach and inspire still more children, teens, families and adults to further strengthen our diverse and vibrant community.
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Make a financial contribution to ARCConsider making a one-time or recurring donation.
Online: Donate now
By phone: Call 206-727-8792
By mail: Make your check payable to “Associated Recreation Council” and mail to:
Associated Recreation Council
8061 Densmore Avenue N
Seattle, WA 98103
Learn to Swim Scholarship FundMake sure that all children have the opportunity to receive quality swim instruction at Seattle Parks and Recreation pools this summer. Your gift will help spark a lifelong connection to the health benefits of swimming, while ensuring it remains safe and fun. Click here to make a donation.
Matching GiftsMany corporations have matching gift programs and will match your donation to an accredited charitable organization. It's an easy way to double or even triple the impact of your personal contribution to ARC. Ask your employer if they have a matching program in place.
Leave a LegacyNaming ARC in your will or though other planned giving instruments can provide valuable tax benefits and/or lifetime income for you and your spouse or other loved one, while caring on the legacy of Seattle parks and parks programs for future generations. If considering planned giving options, contact ARC Development Director Joseph DiChiaro at 206-727-8792.
Join an Advisory CouncilWe invite community members who are interested in a long-term commitment to consider joining one of our 37 Advisory Councils. More information regarding our Advisory Council can be found by clicking here.
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