Fundraising for the 2019 camps is currently underway.  We have set an ambitious 2019 fundraising goal of $175,000 to fund at least 150 campers.

Fully tax deductible donations can be made through AAUW-WA Special Projects Fund, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. By the way, did you know that our AAUW-WA Special Projects Fund  is available as a designated charity when you shop at #AmazonSmile #StartWithaSmile ?

Online donations: We make it EASY!  Use the Donate buttons at the side.  If you choose to use the national Tech Trek DONATE button, then use the dropdown box to select either of our university camp sites (PLU or EWU).

Donations from AAUW members will automatically be credited to their primary branch unless the donor notes a specific branch in the memo area.

OR mail us a check, made payable to AAUW-WA SPF, should be sent to:
AAUW-WA SPF, PO Box 1665, Bellevue  WA  98009-1665

All donations will be acknowledged by Tech Trek WA and/or AAUW-WA SPF.  Donors can designate a specific AAUW-WA branch by noting the branch name in the memo area of your check.


Every Contribution Makes a Difference!

  • $10         Workshop/Mini lab supplies for one camper
  • $25         Pay for binder, backpack, water bottle, T-shirt & Flash Drive for one camper
  • $50         Classroom materials for one camper
  • $100       Field trip costs for one camper
  • $175      Week’s meals for one camper
  • $200      Residence Hall costs for one camper for week
  • $450       Cover half of a camp sponsorship
  • $950       Award a full sponsorship for one girl
  • $1,500    Provides stipend for one classroom teacher for week
  • $10,000  Provides board and room for 50 campers for week
  • $25,000  Provides board & room for week-long experience for 150 campers at Tech Trek!

It’s never too late to donate to Tech Trek WA!  Working together, we can continue to expand Tech Trek opportunities for girls throughout Washington in years to come!

We wish to thank our 2017 major donors:

$10,000 – $20,000
~Andeavor Foundation
~Bamford Foundation
~Steve Lutz (Lake Washington) 
~Norcliffe Family Foundation
Symantec Corporation

$5,000 – $9,999
~AT&T Foundation
~Louise Polle (Issaquah)

$1,000 – $4,999
~Aerospace Vendors (Puyallup Valley)
~Hexcel Corporation (Anacortes)
~Shell Oil (Anacortes)
~Dimmer Family Foundation (Tacoma)
~Faith Life (Bellingham)
~Kettle Falls Rotary (Colville)
~Rosette Dawson (Anacortes)
~Angel Guild Thrift Shop (Gig Harbor)
~Rotary Clubs of Bellingham (Bellingham) and Colville (Colville)
~McGrane & Schuerman (Colville)
~Sweitzer Engineering (Palouse-Garfield)
~Shell Oil Foundation (Anacortes)
– Marziah Kiehn-Sanford
~Dorothy McBride (Tacoma)
– Karen Manelis (Vancouver)
– Melody Robidoux (
– Kiwanis Foundation of Mason County (Olympia)
– Taylor Shellfish (Olympia)
– Underwood & Associates (Anacortes)
– Hugh & Elizabeth Fullerton Fund (Whidbey Island)
– Joan Scofield (Olympia)
– Carol Piccaro (Tacoma)
– Christine Moats (Whidbey Island)
– Diane James (Coeur d’Alene)
– Jane Owens (Olympia)
– Judith Cichowicz (Tacoma)
– Kjeri Boyle (Tacoma)
– Mary Selecky (Colville)
– Rebecca Norlander
– Sandra Bowman (Tacoma)
– US Chemicals (Tacoma)
– Jeanette Lomax (Olympia)
– Candice Rohr (Whidbey Island)
~Florence Young (Spokane)

$500 – $999
~Marjorie Grey (Olympia)
~Kirkpatrick, Utgaard & Perry (Colville)
~Diane Grubel (Vancouver)
~Providence Health & Services (Colville)
~Anna Johnson (Palouse-Garfield)
~Susan Sachs (Palouse-Garfield)
~Catherine & Darrell Smith (Bellingham)
~Steve Cox Memorial Fund  (Colville)
~Mary Alice Peterson (Olympia)
– Pamela Sankey (Bellingham)
~Sandra Overton (Gig Harbor)
~ JoAnne Overfield (Puyallup Valley)
~Joan Scofield (Olympia)
~Kyle McEligot (Kirkland-Redmond)
~Leslie Waters (Colville)
~Pam Sankey (Bellingham)
~Susan Sachs (Palouse-Garfield)
~Susan Sachs (Palouse-Garfield)

$250 – $499
~Robin Hanna
~Karen Anderson
~Susan Richart
~Elizabeth Svigals
~Kathleen Schuerman
~Karen Sandeen
~Linda Glein
~Peggy Ostrander