More Ways to Give

Rewards Programs

It's easy to support our programs and services for low income children, youth, and adults with mental and emotional illness by participating in our Rewards Program partnerships.

AmazonSmile: When you shop through the AmazonSmile website, 0.5% of the purchase price will be given to Navos, and you will enjoy the same wide selection of products as on Amazon. To participate:

  • Visit and sign-in using your Amazon log-in & password.
  • A prompt will ask you to select a charity, select Navos.
  • When you shop through, Navos will receive a donation.

Bartell Drugs "B" Caring Card: Sign up for the "B" Caring Card at Bartell Drugs, and up to 4% of your purchase will be donated to Navos. To participate:

  • Pick up a "B" card at any Bartell's location, and register by calling 800-931-6258.
  • When you shop, present your card to the cashier and earn donations for Navos.

Rite Aid KidCents Program: KidCents allows Rite Aid customers to round up their purchase to the nearest dollar and donate the change to support kid-focused charities. To participate:

  • Visit and become a Rite Aid Wellness+ member, and enroll in the KidCents program.
  • When you receive your card, log on to click "Select a Charity" on the menu, locate Navos, and click "Select this Charity" button.

Fred Meyer Community Rewards Program: Use your Fred Meyer rewards card to help Navos earn donations. To participate:

  • Sign up for the Community Rewards program by linking your Fred Meyer Rewards Card to Navos at Search for Navos by name and link your Rewards Card.
  • If you don't have a rewards card, sign up at Customer Service.
  • You will continue to earn your Rewards Points, Fuel Points, and Rebates, just as you do today.

Double your impact

Does your employer match gifts? If so, you may be able to substantially increase the value of your gift at no additional cost to you. Ask your human resources department if your company will match your gift to Navos. Thank you.

Organize a Drive

Because of their disabling mental illness, our clients live on small, fixed incomes or with nothing at all. We provide them with a steady supply of basic hygiene and household items, often supported by donors like you. Likewise the children living in our residential programs often arrive with nothing but the clothing on their backs. Utilizing the spirit of giving during the holidays we ask you to help us fill the gap by hosting an in-kind drive for these basics at your work, place of business, civic group, with family & friends or place of worship.

Here are some items we regularly need:

  • toothbrushes, toothpaste, and dental floss
  • soap, shampoo, and deodorant
  • combs and brushes
  • feminine hygiene products
  • dishes, pots, and pans
  • linens
  • socks
  • sweat pants and sweatshirts
  • shoes with Velcro fasteners
  • board games and Wii games (adjunctive therapies department & youth programs)
  • clay and other art supplies (adjunctive therapies department)
  • toys for boys and girls ages 5-17 (contact us for a list)
  • clothing for boys and girls ages 5-17 (contact us for a list)
  • radio alarm clocks
  • books for boys and girls 5-17

If you can help by donating some of these new and un-used items, please  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 206-933-7196.