Ways to Donate
When you want to buy something from Amazon.com, simply shop at Amazon Smile instead!
Go to www.smile.amazon.com and select Lake Sawyer Park Foundation
Shop for the same products, with the same prices and shopping features (including Prime) as on Amazon.com
AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to the charitable organization of your choice
Kroger Community Rewards Program
Link your Fred Meyer, QFC, or other Kroger Rewards Card to LSPF
Go to www.fredmeyer.com/communityrewards and follow the instructions to link your Rewards Card to Lake Sawyer Park Foundation or our non-profit number (DF812)
Every time you shop and use your Rewards Card, you are helping LSPF earn a donation! And you still earn your Rewards Points, Fuel Points, and other Rebates.
Boeing matching funds
Boeing employees who make a donation to LSPF can request the Company to match the donation (up to a maximum amount). Simply make a donation to Lake Sawyer Park Foundation, then request matching through Total Access.
King County Employee Giving Programs
LSPF is an approved nonprofit organization for the King County Employee Giving Program. If you are a King County employee, you can designate LSPF to receive donations through payroll deduction, donation of time, or direct check in the Annual Giving Drive. Our KCEGP code is 9651.
Make a Contribution to Support Lake Sawyer Park Foundation by mailing a check made out to Lake Sawyer Park Foundation. 100% of your contributions go directly to making a difference in the Park!
Mailing Address: 29740 226th Ave. SE, Black Diamond, WA 98010.
Take pride in your local park
Earth Day Clean Up
Lake Sawyer Park Foundation is dedicated in our efforts of keeping Lake Sawyer Regional Park clean and preserving the natural beauty it holds. Earth Day is a great excuse to go to your local park and help clean invasive plants and pick up garbage throughout the park.
Make a Difference Day
Saturday in October - TBD
"Make a Difference Day" is another opportunity to give back to the park and community by clearing out invasive plants, clearing trails, and picking up garbage.