Benevolence & Ministry Funds

The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’  ~ Matthew 25:40

NCF Seattle serves individuals, families and churches through benevolence and ministry funds.
Your tax-deductible contribution to the following funds will go directly towards the medical and/or missionary project outlined below.

Donate to The Joseph Edward Bolger Memorial Scholarship Fund
Your gift to The Joseph Edward Bolger Memorial Scholarship Fundwill help us continue Joe's legacy through college scholarships in Joe's name to deserving young students from Eastlake High School.

Donate to The Donald W. Mowat Memorial Fund
Thank you for your support in honoring Don through charities that he held close to his heart. Your donations will be directed to several 501C3 outreach projects that are important to Don and Molly.

Click here for donations to the Climbing Out of Homelessness Fund
Recovery Beyond Paradigm ( is a non-profit service group that augments addiction recovery and homeless programs at local non-profit service agencies by providing clients’ with a physical fitness program and a life-changing incentive to achieve their recovery goals. For the past 6 years, a small group of dedicated volunteers have sponsored an annual climb up Mount Rainier to those who have completed all benchmarks. This program originated at Union Gospel Mission and is currently operated with Tacoma Rescue Mission. We work with partner organizations by supplying climbing expertise, equipment, professional guides and mentors. Climbing Out of Homelessness program uses climbing Mount Rainier as both a literal and figurative metaphor for the effort required to turn one’s life around. This program puts a few people on an extraordinary path by offering an exclusive opportunity which enables long lasting recovery and serves as motivation for others. We believe it’s never too late to earn redemption, to bring healing and health to body, mind and spirit and to reclaim purpose, value and direction in life. Help us, help others restore the soul and inspire the human spirit.

Donate to The Parker Archie Moore Memorial Fund
The Moore family created this memorial fund to celebrate the life and honor the memory of their son and brother, Parker Archie Moore, one of God’s rare lights. Parker, a student and member of the football team at Linfield College in Oregon, died after being assaulted in a random, violent act on November 15, 2014. This extraordinary young man changed every life he touched. His ability to help others excel was the inspiration for this fund. It was established for family and friends to contribute toward scholarship programs connected to Linfield College, Woodinville High School and other ministries. By contributing, you will help to continue spreading the light that Parker reflected so well.

“You are the light of the world. A city on a hill cannot be hidden. Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. Instead they put it on its stand, and it gives light to everyone in the house.” Matthew 5:14-15 (NIV)

Click here to donate to The Ohana Fund
Imagine: The Gospel of Jesus and His Kingdom flowing through Asian American families, friends, and natural networks into our neighborhoods, into all our nation, and into all the world!
God's Power: Transformed by the power of His Spirit, overflowing with our Father’s love, and building the Kingdom of God through God’s power and authority; The Lord will work miracles beyond our abilities.
Throughout All Generations: As Asian Americans join with God in developing lifetime laborers the Good News will flow from generation to generation. Laborers will know Christ intimately. They will be known by Him, and, they will make Him known.
The Ohana Fund: Bringing resources to reviving families for Kingdom Movements!

Donate to The Pelton Family Giving Fund
A fund has been set up for the Pelton family to serve them in their time of need. As you may know, Dave fell off of the roof as he was working to add square footage to their family home. This put him out of work for a couple of months and accrued medical bills, during a time that they were trying to complete their home and save money. Our dear friends have endured many trials for a number of years, and when this latest setback occurred, we felt compelled to pull together and try to help them out financially. Even the smallest amount is appreciated, and even more than financial help, I know the Peltons' feel greatly blessed by the support, prayers, and love of their friends. Thank you for considering helping Dave, Clare, Josh and Sara in this way.

Donate to NCF>SEATTLE Generosity Catalyst Fund
National Christian Foundation Seattle seeks to build a community of believers, foster a Christian community of boundless generosity, and teach the next generation the art of wise stewarship. Our vision is to mobilize an unprecedented abundance of Kingdom resources to accomplish every good work. Contributions to the NCF Seattle Generosity Catalyst Fund support local ministries and projects that further the message of giving in our community.

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