Giving Back to our Community

WMFHA is deeply committed to using the strength and passion of our membership to make a positive impact in our communities. We strive to create a spirit of service and giving and engage our members in doing so.

Two Charity Events 

One Service Day

  • Rebuilding Together Day of Impact

Fighting Hunger All Year Long


DAWN protects women and children from domestic abuse, providing shelter, support, and empowerment so they can build secure and happy lives.

WMFHA has supported the efforts of DAWN since 2006 through our annual Chili Cook-Off Charity Event. To date, we have raised almost $350,000 for DAWN!

Childhood trauma and adversity are the root cause of the most urgent and costly problems that plague our children, families, and community. Childhaven meets families in all places where they live, learn, and play, including early learning centers, pediatric settings, community centers, elementary schools, and home visits. Childhaven is staffed by a dynamic and diverse team of therapists, care coordinators, teachers, and parent partners. 

Since 2015, we have raised almost $375,000 for Childhaven at our annual Holiday Giving Gala.

Rebuilding Together is a leading national nonprofit in safe and healthy housing with more than 40 years of experience. Our members join Rebuilding Together’s local affiliates and nearly 100,000 other volunteers to complete about 10,000 rebuild projects nationwide each year. WMFHA and our members have been able to transform the lives of low-income homeowners by improving the safety and health of their homes since 2015.

The mission of Northwest Harvest is to lead the fight for hungry people statewide to have access to nutritious food while respecting their dignity and promoting good health. WMFHA shares its vision of ending hunger in Washington.

If your property would like to participate, contact Tricia Johnson at 425.656.9077.

Move For Hunger works with over 700 relocation companies across the United States and Canada to collect non-perishable food items and deliver them to food banks. 

When our residents move out they often leave non-perishable food behind. Before Move For Hunger existed, this food was often just thrown out.