2020 MEMBERSHIP APPRECIATION
WAMFT appreciates its members! Without membership, we could not support the health of our MFT community in Washington State and offer opportunities to network, educate, and advocate for the advancement of our marriage and family therapy field.
Historically, WAMFT membership appreciation was celebrated with our annual Holiday Party. This was an in-person event to gather with colleagues and fundraise with a silent auction.
Just like everything else in 2020, we will be switching things up and hosting a week of membership appreciation of virtual events Mon, Dec. 7th — Fri, Dec. 11th. These events will provide opportunities to have fun, learn, slow down, and network. Drawings throughout the week will offer chances to win prizes!
We hope you will join us in our celebration of you, the members, and help us raise money for emerging professionals and advocacy. Donate what you can to help us reach our $5,000 fundraising goal and be entered into additional prize drawings!
*No pre-registration required. Zoom links sent to WAMFT members via email the day of each event.
Questions? Contact WAMFT
2020 Membership Appreciation Week Schedule
Help us reach our goal! All donations collected between now and December 11, 2020 will be split evenly between WAMFT's Emerging Professionals Fund and WAMFT's Advocacy Fund.
Emerging Professionals Fund
Contribute to the WAMFT Emerging Professionals Fund and support Student Scholarships, education, and leadership development of WAMFT student & pre-clinical / associate members.
The Washington Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (WAMFT) is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit, charitable organization. Tax treatment of contributions to 501(c)(6) organizations are not deductible as charitable contributions on the donor's federal income tax return. Contributions may be deductible as a business expense. Please consult with your tax professional regarding any charitable contributions.
Contribute to the WAMFT Advocacy Fund and support advocacy activities, education, and contract lobbyist Amber Lewis who advocates on behalf of ALL MFTs in WA State.
WAMFT is not a 501c3, so donations are not deductible as a charitable contribution for income tax purposes. Payments to the WAMFT Advocacy Fund may be deductible as a business expense. However, IRS regulations limit the deduction based on the association's lobbying expenses. Consult your tax adviser regarding issues with tax deductions.