Building an Economy that Works for Everyone

Help us Build a Brighter Future for Washington

We reached our goal! Thank you!

Update – we reached our goal! 

EOI has been advocating for the policies we need right now more than ever for the last 22 years, including accessible and affordable health care, progressive revenue, affordable and well-funded child care, and paid time off from work to care for one’s health or that of a loved one.

As these needs grow clearer in the health and economic crises of 2020, the political will to make substantial progress in Olympia increases. EOI is poised to meet the moment and advance policy that supports all of us, but we need your help! To fully fund our policy team as they head into the 2021 legislative session and to meet our match challenge, we need to raise $250,000 by the end of the year.

Thanks to a generous match challenge, every given through December 31st will be TRIPLED!

This is an ambitious goal, but the opportunity to make real progress has never been greater. In 2021, we can build on the momentum of this past year and advance policies that create economic security and opportunity for all Washingtonians.

Help us meet this moment and build a brighter future for Washington!

Prefer to give a different way? You can mail a check made out to EOI to our office at 603 Stewart St. Suite 715, Seattle WA 98101, or click here for more ways to give including stock gifts and IRA rollovers.

Have questions? Reach out to Development Director Melanie Mazza at or (206) 529-6350.

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