Bailey-Boushay House is almost entirely funded by donations — which means the care we provide is only possible because of generous people like you.
- To speak to someone about options for giving your financial support, please contact the Virginia Mason Foundation at (206) 583-6083 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Or mail your gift to:
c/o Virginia Mason Foundation
1218 Terry Avenue
P.O. Box 1930, D1-MF
Seattle, WA 98111-1930
A gift to Bailey-Boushay House can memorialize a loved one, honor a special nurse or care provider, remember a birthday or other special event, or simply brighten someone's day. When you make a tribute gift, you support the daily work to provide compassionate care for hundreds of people at Bailey-Boushay House.
Upon receiving your gift, we will promptly notify the person honored, or the friends or family of the person memorialized.
To make a tribute gift:
- Fill out the Online Donation Form and complete the Tribute Information fields.
- Or mail your tribute gift to the address above.
Community fundraising is a personal and creative way to raise funds for the compassionate work of Bailey-Boushay House. As an individual, with a group of friends, or with your organization, you can make a difference. Visit our Community Fundraising site to get started making an impact in your community.
You can support Bailey-Boushay House by attending special events. Learn more on our Events page and Swirl.
Impact of Philanthropy at Bailey-Boushay House
The dream of Bailey-Boushay House was made a reality by the generous community support of more than 6,000 donors who helped raise $6.3 million when BBH was founded over 25 years ago.
Philanthropy continues to play a crucial role in our success. Giving is the heart and soul of Bailey-Boushay House. And yet, it is also important to receive. Which is why we ask for donations to help us provide and maintain the highest level of care possible.
Bailey-Boushay House is operated by Virginia Mason Medical Center and is classified as a not-for-profit organization under Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code.