Get Ordained Charitable Works

Get Ordained and the Universal Life Church Ministries are proud to support a wide range of causes working to make a difference in the world. If you are able, we encourage you to consider donating your time or money to any of these amazing charitable organizations. You can learn more about the groups we support below.

  • Children's Hospital Foundation

    Children's Hospital Foundation

    Founded in 1967, the mission of the Children's Hospital Foundation is to help children and families who could not otherwise afford medical care pay for top of the line treatment. Over the years, it has raised millions of dollars to support children’s care and advance new treatment methods.

  • Northwest Harvest

    Northwest Harvest

    Northwest Harvest is Washington state’s largest hunger relief organization. Prioritizing nutritious food and equitable distribution in the course of addressing hunger issues, Northwest Harvest provides over 2 million meals per month to those in need. It also oversees a network of 375 meal programs and food banks.

  • National Autism Association

    National Autism Association

    The National Autism Association is the leading resource for autism care. The NAA helps parents spot early signs, connects families with support groups, and even trains first responders for how best to assist those diagnosed with the condition. The organization also raises money for research in areas such as diagnosis, therapies, and management.

  • Lambert House

    Lambert House

    Lambert House provides a safe space for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth ages 10-22 to connect with their community and empowers them to build social, life, and leadership skills.

  • New Beginnings

    New Beginnings

    Based in Seattle, New Beginnings empowers victims of domestic violence by providing resources, support, and other services. In addition to serving 10,000 survivors each year, New Beginnings also seeks to spread awareness about domestic violence via outreach programs and training initiatives.

  • Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

    Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

    The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is a leading cancer research organization specializing in the fight against blood cancer. Founded in 1949, LLS has invested over $1.3 billion in research to help treat and cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma.

  • The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence


    The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) is dedicated to addressing domestic violence at a macro level, advocating for public policy and legislation that will attack domestic violence at its source, as well as improve resources for victims seeking help.

  • Real Change

    Real Change

    Real Change is an organization focused on giving a voice to low-income people and people experiencing homelessness, using journalism and employment opportunities as tools to advance its goals.

  • Northwest Education Access

    Northwest Education Access

    Northwest Education Access partners with local low-income students to provide personal attention, mentorship, and funding for their higher education. NWEA specializes in working with students who were left behind by the traditional educational system and need a hand up.

  • Lifelong


    Lifelong’s mission is to provide healthcare to marginalized communities and those suffering from debilitating illnesses. Their care model focuses on breaking down barriers to vital resources like food, housing, and healthcare for people living with serious conditions such as diabetes, HIV, and kidney disease.

  • UNCF


    UNCF is dedicated to evening the playing field in higher education by building a pipeline for under-represented students to succeed in college and beyond. United Negro College Fund has helped over 500,000 students attain college degrees since its founding, with a specific focus on boosting the number of African American college graduates in the United States.

  • Youthcare


    YouthCare focuses on providing services to homeless youth in the Seattle area. Working from foundational values such as safety, respect, empowerment, and social justice, YouthCare seeks to intervene in homelessness early and empower young people to build bright futures.

  • United Way of Genesee County

    United Way of Genesee County

    United Way of Genesee County pursues a variety of good works projects in the Flint, Michigan region. The ULC has specifically donated to the Flint Water Fund, which was created in the wake of the Flint water crisis to distribute bottled water and filtration devices, and promote healthcare access for children exposed to potential lead poisoning.

  • Rainier Scholars

    Rainier Scholars

    Rainier Scholars was founded in 2000 on the belief that every student deserves an equal chance to succeed. This program focuses on providing multifaceted educational support to low income families and students from households without a college degree.

  • Chad's Legacy Project

    Chad's Legacy Project

    Chad’s Legacy Project (CLP) is an organization that focuses on innovations in mental illness treatment, educational resources, and access to care. Focusing on preventative treatment, CLP seeks to reduce the stigma around mental illness and provide better pathways to impactful care.

  • Operation Sack Lunch

    Operation Sack Lunch

    Operation Sack Lunch (OSL) delivers high quality and nutritional meals to people struggling with hunger in the Seattle area. It also specializes in rescuing and repurposing food that might otherwise go to waste. With over 11 million free meals under its belt, OSL is a regional leader in hunger reduction.

  • Fortune Society

    Fortune Society

    The Fortune Society helps people who have been incarcerated successfully re-enter society and rebuild their lives. It also advocates for change in the criminal justice system, such as sentencing reform and the development of incarceration alternatives.

  • SETAC Dona Leche


    SETAC is an LGBTQ organization based in Mexico’s Jalisco region that is focused on eradicating HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases through initiatives such as education and testing. ULC has specifically donated to a program called "DONA Leche", which provides baby formula for infants with HIV-positive mothers.

  • Goodwin Connections

    Goodwin Connections

    Based in Seattle, Goodwin Connections is a nonprofit that provides access to high-quality, affordable childcare for low-income families so that parents, especially single parents, have the time to pursue higher education opportunities and boost their family income.

  • Children's Shelter of Hope

    Children's Shelter of Hope

    The Children’s Shelter of Hope Foundation is a grassroots nonprofit focused on serving disadvantaged children in the Bay of Banderas region of Mexico and improving their lives through the provision of education, childcare, and shelter to families in need.

  • The United Service Organizations


    The United Service Organizations is the leading charity providing support to strengthen members of the military. While best known for their entertainment programs, the USO also offers many other services for enlisted troops and their families, helping to keep them connected, engaged in their communities, and eventually easing transitions back to civilian life.

  • Brother’s Brother Foundation

    Brother's Brother Foundation

    Brother’s Brother Foundation was founded with the goal of improving access to quality healthcare, education, and nutrition around the world. The ULC has specifically donated to the Brother's Brother Foundation in the past to assist in hurricane relief efforts.

  • Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption

    Pasitos De Luz

    Pasitos de Luz provides direct support to single mothers and low-income families in the greater Puerto Vallarta, Mexico area who have a child that struggles with a disability. The organization offers educational programs, childcare, and a host of other services to families, free of charge.

  • Pasitos de Luz

    St. John the Almsgiver Society

    Run by the Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption in Seattle, WA, St. John the Almsgiver Society is a 100% volunteer program that provides meals and essential items to the Seattlearea homeless population.