Building brighter tomorrows

Wall of Honor

We are deeply indebted to all the donors who are committed to making Morrow Manor a reality.

$100,000 and above gifts
C. Keith Birkenfeld Memorial Trust
Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines
Tim Ryan Construction
Estate of Sandra Boro Hill

$25,000 to $99,999 gifts
Bainbridge Island Rotary Club
Town & Country Markets
DV & Ida McEachern Charitable Trust
D. Rand Hillier

$10,000 to $24,999 gifts
Jewelers for Children
Falcon Foundation
Suquamish Foundation and Port Madison Enterprises
Girls’ Night Out, Poulsbo
Cindy and Steve Garfein
Chad and Melanie Solvie
Weatbrook Family Foundation
Jim Sund and Anne Mulligan
Dana and Nancy Quitslund

$5,000 to $9,999 gifts
Anonymous (3)
Silverdale Rotary Club
Thrivent Financial Services
Clif McKenzie
Althea Paulson and Dan Mallove
John and Vivian Pyles
Amy Sanford

$1,000 - $4,999 gifts
Anonymous (3)
East Bremerton Rotary Club
Bainbridge Island Womens Club
Grace Church, Bainbridge
Vista Hermosa Rotary Club of Guatemala
Kingston-North Kitsap Rotary Club
Pamela Bellesen
Terry Burns
Tom Hall
Chris Harrison
Tom Linton
Melanie Mohler
Ardis Morrow
Larry and Sandy Nakata
Wade Zinn
Connie Waddington
Anna Edmonds
Kitsap Peninsula Visitor-Convention Bureau
Judith and Roy Murdock
Sue Ann Shipley
Byl Family Foundation
Mark and Amy Hoffman
Susan and Jerry Gundersen
Poulsbo Kiwanis Club
Gayle Heller
Barbara Talbott
Joseph Talbott
Ed and Linda Gilbert
Darryl Elves
Errol Dow
Patrick Bourke and Jillian Parnell
Joel and Kai Stewart
Lynn Hale
Stephen Swann
Dolph Jaeger
Dana and Nancy Quitslund
Annette and Charles Maxson
Alan K. Crain
Robert and Anna Doane
Bridget Young

Team 4 Engineering
Smith Ohare Law Firm
Bill Austin

Many more donors have contributed to the campaign but haven’t yet had the chance to give their permission to list their names here.

Please join us as we make domestic violence history, and help empower victims to become proud, self-sufficient survivors by offering them a place to call home.

Ways to Give

Donate today
Your gift to Morrow Manor will help create a brighter future for survivors of domestic violence and their children.

Multi-year pledge
Extend the power of your gift by making a two or three year pledge.

Monthly donations
Support Morrow Manor year round by making a recurring gift. You choose how much and how often you want to give—it's a simple and secure way to make a big impact.

Honor and memorial giving
Honor a loved one by making a donation in their name.

Employer matching gifts
Double the impact of your gift by asking your employer to match your contribution to Morrow Manor. Please check our list to see if your employer will match your donation. If your employer is not on the list, you can check with your human resources department to learn about your company's matching gift program.

Please ask about naming opportunities.

A Survivor's Story - Renee

Having spent her childhood surrounded by domestic abuse as a norm, it took many years and many bruises for Renee to realize that there was another way for her and her children to live.

Morrow Manor can be her safe destination and an open doorway toward hope.