You can donate online by using your credit/debit card.
Send a check to:
3350 Mottman Rd SW
Olympia, WA 98512
Your generous contributions help build a stronger community and make lasting change.
Volunteer and/or Intern
We are in need of volunteers with specific skills and abilities including:
We welcome students from all different schools who want to work on different aspects of social work. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you're interested.
Adopt a Tiny House
We are looking for sponsors to help keep Quixote Village alive and well by adopting a tiny house there! With a two-year pledge ($1,650 for the first year and $1,500 for the second), sponsors will receive a piece of wall art commemorating your contribution to the community, as well as your name/business featured in our newsletter and social media! The funds will help maintain a tiny home for two years.
Adopt-a-Tiny-House programs for the communities in Orting and Shelton will be established when those villages are completed.
Contact us at (360) 338-0451 for more information.
Some current Giving Programs
Combined Fund Drive
If you are a state employee (active or retired) you can donate through payroll contributions! You can search for us under Panza or our charity code:1479850. The Combined Fund Drive (CFD) is Washington State’s workplace giving program for active and retired public employees. State and higher education employees are invited to give to the charity of their choice through payroll contribution and agency fundraising events.
Combined Fund Drive Charity Code: 1479850
Give Local Community Foundation
UPDATE: Thank you to everyone who donated to #GiveLocal2018! We met our goal of $10,000! That is $10,000 to continue to provide safe, affordable, and supportive housing to our neighbors in need. THANK YOU!
Quixote Communities is among approximately 75 organizations that have been invited by the Community Foundation of South Puget Sound to participate in 2018 Give Local, a three-week online giving campaign to support nonprofits in Thurston, Mason, and Lewis Counties. Click here from October 31 through November 20, and "give where you live" by making an online donation to one or more local nonprofits.