WSPTA Supporting Membership

Thank you for your interest in becoming a Supporting Member of Washington State PTA. With your contribution, we can achieve our vision for every child in Washington to reach their potential.

Our mission is for PTA to be:
  A powerful voice for children,
  A relevant resource for families, schools, and communities, and
  A strong advocate for the well-being and education of all children.

The Washington State PTA (WSPTA) is the oldest and largest volunteer child advocacy association in Washington state. It is an innovative, forward-thinking, effective, global community. It includes over 80,000 members in over 800 PTAs. The organization is a vibrant, active association of people from all walks of life and backgrounds, working together toward a common vision to make every child’s potential a reality. Our efforts toward that vision include:

  The WSPTA Advocacy Program, which embodies our mission of being a strong voice advocating for children at local and state levels through grassroots advocacy, participation in key statewide advocacy coalitions and OSPI workgroups, and a presence at the State Capitol in Olympia.

  Reflections®, a national program that gives thousands of children each year the opportunity to express themselves through the arts

  The Scholarship Program, providing approximately $10,000 in financial support for graduating seniors from Washington public schools with active PTAs during their first year of post-high school education

  The WSPTA Essay Contest open to all children in the state through their local PTA or PTSA

  The WSPTA Game Development Competition, which provides middle and high school students who attend a school with an active PTA/PTSA the opportunity to test their skills in computer programming or board game development

  Leadership training for thousands of local PTA leaders each year; training that helps them address the nuts and bolts of their PTA responsibilities but also prepares them to assume greater leadership roles in their communities and the state



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