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GiveBIG on May 3 – or schedule your gift now!

ISB is participating in The Seattle Foundation’s sixth annual GiveBIG day on May 3! And, this year, you can schedule your gift in advance.

GiveBIG is an annual, community-wide day of giving hosted by The Seattle Foundation that aims to inspire regional philanthropy. Between midnight and midnight (PST) on May 3rd, The Seattle Foundation and its generous sponsors will match a percentage of all contributions to local nonprofits. GiveBIG 2015 raised $16.3 million for the Greater Seattle community, including $1.9 million in bonus dollars!

If you are considering a gift to ISB in 2016, the GiveBIG campaign will be an opportunity to further the impact of your investment in the future of human health. Together, we can make an impact.

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