Support Our Work
There are many ways to support the work of the Ballard Northwest Senior Center. We appreciate your help.
Volunteers are the heart and soul of our center. We have many volunteer opportunities available. To volunteer please call the center at (206) 297-0403 or fill out the volunteer application form found in volunteer section of the website.
Training is always provided and appreciation of your service is gratefully given.
Do you have a special talent or an interesting vocation? Come and share with us, teach a class, give a demonstration, give us a new look on something old, new or interesting. We always want to learn, grow and look at new things.
You do not need to be a Member to enjoy the programs and services of the Ballard NW Senior Center, but joining does have benefits. Not only does joining support the activities of the center, you will also enjoy many benefits including discounts.
The center hold three very successful and award winning Rummage Sales each year and a beautiful Holiday Bazaar in the Winter. We are always looking for gently used items to sell during these events. Our Auction in March is a wonderful event that brings the community together and we are looking for donations of gift certificates and new items. Call the center for additional information at (206) 297-0403.
Monetary donations and sponsorships to help fulfill our mission and operate the center are greatly appreciated. We are a 501c3, non profit, and the donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. The center welcomes and thanks all our sponsors for all the events, big or small.
Attend An Event
Holiday Theatre Event
$pring for $eniors Auction & Dinner
Art, Wine, & Chocolate
Ceramic clay tiles have been hung on our Tile Honor Wall in the Nifty Thrifty Bookstore. You can be part of this everlasting opportunity to honor a person or an event, and support the Center at the same time by purchasing tiles.
In The News
Elders in America: Living on the Edge. Why We Should Care.
Equal Voice, written and edited by award-winning professional journalists, and published by Marguerite Casey Foundation, brings attention to funding challenges at Ballard NW Senior Center.
To read the Equal Voice original posted article click here.
To read the My Ballard re-posted article click here.
To read the TruthOut re-posted article click here.
Councilmember Phillips Lunch
Larry Phillips, a long time supporter of the Ballard NW Senior Center, stopped by the Center on March 4th to have lunch and answer any questions people had about current events in politics. He also presented a check for $15,000 which will go to supporting the activities and services provided here at the Center. To read the My Ballard article click here