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Invest in the common good.

Your gift brings justice and power to people like you!

Sound Group

Every day, community and economic hardships face families in the Puget Sound, making people feel powerless. Your commitment makes it possible for us to organize WITH people for justice and social change, solving these problems and creating a more just Puget Sound.

Since our founding in 2008, the Sound Alliance has worked tirelessly to hold power holders responsible for their public duties, as well as initiate actions of our own to solve community and economic problems. We’ll continue our efforts until we create a Puget Sound filled with strong families, healthy communities and justice for all.

Thank you for being there for us, which has allowed us, in turn, to bring people like you together to create the power to change our communities for the better.

How to Give

The Sound Alliance is designated by the IRS as a 501(c)(4) social action organization and is thereby free to advocate and lobby on a wide range of important local, state and regional issues. The price of this freedom, however, is that donations to Sound Alliance are not tax deductible.

If you are interested in a tax deduction, please donate to the IAF Northwest, a 501(c)(3) charitable and educational organization, and indicate that you would like your contribution to support the Sound Alliance.


1. Online

This option is ideal for those who want to make a secure, electronic donation using your credit card or bank account.

This is also a good option for making recurring donations.

Online donation system by ClickandPledge

Note: We use Click and Pledge for our secure credit card processing.


2. Check

The old fashioned method!

Simply send a check made out to "Sound Alliance" to:

Sound Alliance
649 Strander Blvd, Suite B
Tukwila, WA 98188

Make sure you include your name and address so we can be sure to thank you!  Phone number and email are helpful too so we can keep you updated on the Sound Alliance's news.