Bring a social aspect to your philanthropy and consider joining one of Bellevue LifeSpring’s membership circles.
Membership circles are usually organized within neighborhoods or shared communities. Most meet once a month to discuss opportunities, share program developments, and support fundraising and volunteer events.
As a circle member, you are an ambassador of Bellevue LifeSpring and can directly participate in our mission. Involvement in a circle, through volunteer time or financial contribution, varies from person to person and year to year. We welcome your participation at the commitment level of your choice.
As a member of a Bellevue LifeSpring Circle, you are an ambassador for Bellevue kids and are part of a large network of friends that truly make a difference in the everyday lives of thousands of your neighbors. It’s a public statement that you stand for a stronger community and that you take action to back up your values by supporting an organization of like-minded neighbors to make an impact locally.
Circle members contribute funds and/or time at a level that is comfortable for them. Some circles have annual circle dues. Your involvement level is up to you. As a member, you are encouraged to attend monthly circle group meetings, join committees, and support fundraising program activities. There are opportunities for leadership roles and more.
A life member is a member of a circle member that has been involved with the organization for 25 years or more.
Interested in becoming a circle member? We’d love that! Fill out the form below to get started.
Current Membership Circles
— Clemmie Evans Circle —
Circle Chair: Judy Dugger
— Fairweather Circle —
Circle Chairs: Noreli Dominquez and Maggie Vergien
— Hunts Point Circle —
Circle Chairs: Danica Eakman and Molly McConkey
— One Circle —
Circle Chairs: Randi Brazen, Trish Carpenter, and Yasmin Chou
— Yarrow Point Circle —
Circle Chairs: Joan Marshall and Sharon Northrup
Keep scrolling past the form to see a special circle member photo gallery!