About all in Washington
The All In Washington campaign was a coordinated statewide relief effort powered by a coalition of public officials, companies, philanthropic leaders, community foundations, United Way organizations, community leaders, frontline nonprofits, and individuals. All In WA connected community-led response efforts to donors and funders—with equity as a central focus. The campaign was launched in May of 2020 and sunsetted in June of 2021.
To view the collective impact of everyone who went “All In” visit the Impact Page.
Thank you for going “All In”
The success of All In WA is owed to every Washingtonian across the state who has contributed, mobilized resources, and led frontline relief efforts under the campaign.
Thanks to our incredible community partners, donors, and supporters, All In WA exceeded its goal of $100 million and raised more than $110 million for COVID-19 relief for disproportionately impacted workers and families.
We are thankful for the individuals and civic leaders across the state who brought their knowledge and skills to make this fund possible. A special thank you to Governor Jay Inslee and First Lady Trudi Inslee for their leadership.
Blaine & Preci Tamaki
Connie & Steve Ballmer
David Zapolsky & Lynn Hubbard
Dr. John & Maureen Adkison
Elizabeth A Cowles
Greg & Michele Goodwin
Heather & Ric Redman
Herb & Paula Simon
Hope & Peter Cochran
Howard & Sheri Schultz
Jane Broom Davidson
Jill & Rajeev Singh
Jim & Jan Sinegal
Kabir & Noreen Shahani
Mike & Liz Hilton
Nick & Leslie Hanauer
Paul & Shannon Goodrich
Scott & Carin Jacobson
Soma & Akila Somasegar
Sonya & Tom Campion
Steve & Heather Singh
Steve & Jo Marie Hansen
T.J. & Soozi McGill
Tim & Jenny Porter
Tom Alberg & Judi Beck
Troy & Stacey Cichos
W. Stacey Cowles
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
The Paul G. Allen Foundation
The Firstenburg Foundation
FUND ADVISORY GROUP
We are grateful to have the support of the All In WA Fund advisory group who provided strategic direction for funding priorities, shaped grant guidelines, and reviewed and recommended grant dockets. This group included a diverse cross-section of community voices and perspectives from across the state, reflecting workers, families, and residents most impacted by the current health and economic crisis.
- Susan Balbas, Na’ah Illahee Fund
- Lilliane Ballesteros, Latino Community Fund
- Dr. Lisa Brown, Safe Start Fund, Dept. of Commerce
- Michael Byun, Asian Pacific Islander Coalition of WA State
- Katie Carter, Pride Foundation
- Paula Carvahlo, Raikes Foundation, WA Student and Youth Homelessness Fund
- Manny R. Cawaling, Inspire Washington
- Judy Chen, WA State Coalition Against Domestic Violence
- Ginger Ewing, Terrain
- Ollie Garrett, Tabor 100
- Vanessa Gaston, Clark County Community Services
- Jesús Hernandez, Family Health Centers
- Latisha Hill, Avista Foundation
- Reverend Walter J. Kendricks, Morning Star Baptist Church
- Dr. Sheila Edwards Lange, Seattle Central College
- Allexa Laycock, Rooted in Rights, Disability Rights Washington
- Rachael Myers, WA Low Income Housing Alliance
- Anjana Pandey, Philanthropy Northwest, WA Food Fund
- Deeann Burtch Puffert, Child Care Aware of Washington
- Paúl Quiñonez Figueroa, COVID-19 Relief Fund for Undocumented Individuals in WA
- Cleora Scott, Potlatch Fund
- Rich Stolz, One America
- Emily Washines, Yakama Nation
- Candice Wilson, Lhaq’temish Foundation, Lummi Nation
CORPORATE SPONSORS AND DONORS
We are thankful for corporate sponsors and donors who supported the mission of All In Washington.
Launch commitments included generous contributions from Amazon, the Ballmer Group, Paul G. Allen Family Foundation, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Microsoft Corporation, Howard & Sheri Schultz, Perigee Fund, Nick & Leslie Hanauer, and Jim and Jan Sinegal.
Special thanks to corporate sponsors of All In Washington: A Concert for COVID-19 Relief, including Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos’ personal matching grant of $50M.
Concert Presenting Sponsor – Amazon
Concert Community Leadership Sponsor – Microsoft
Additional Concert Sponsors include Laird Norton Family Enterprise, Seattle Genetics, Avista, Madrona Venture Group, Nordstrom, Premera Blue Cross, Puget Sound Energy, Seattle Seahawks Charitable Foundation, Zillow, BECU, JP Morgan Chase & Co., PEMCO Insurance, and Russell Investments.
Additional thanks to partners Costco, Fuel Talent, Pivotal Ventures, Puget Sound Business Journal, The Seattle Times, and Theo Chocolate.