Who We Support
We are dedicated to being a supporter of our community. We believe we are empowered to build our community and support the community we live and do business in. We believe in giving back and supporting causes that are bigger than ourselves. We currently support a few great organizations and want to highlight them below. If you have an interest in supporting any of the same organizations that we do, please reach out to us and we will get you in contact with a leader at each organization that can provide you more information on their biggest needs.
It’s one thing to promote that we support these organizations, but it is something else to say we support them monetarily. More than 10% of all of our earnings go to support these amazing organizations. We are cheerful givers of our time and resources. 🙂
We donate more than 10% of our profits to organizations we believe are making an impact in our community and around the world.
Emergency Food Network
Our friends at the Emergency Food Network do an amazing job of feeding many in Tacoma/Pierce County.
Our friends at the World Vision do an amazing job of feeding children all over the world.
Bringing Hope to the 253 area code, Life Center and their HOPE 253 event is changing lives in Tacoma and Pierce County.
Olive Crest helps children and families by providing foster care to keep kids and families safe in Tacoma/Pierce County.
Young Life supports young people across the country who are trying to find their way.
Habitat for Humanity
Building homes for people around the world. Not a handout, but a hand up. A home. A life.
A few organizations we volunteer for:
Tacoma Technology Hub
A non-profit incubator working to drive new technology business into Tacoma.
UW Tacoma VIBE
Veterans Incubator for Better Entrepreneurship in conjunction with the University of Washington.
Transportation Club of Tacoma
Their main mission is to financially support Emergency Food Network, Habitat for Humainty and Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital.
Tacoma Community College
Our owner Jake sits on the board of the business and logistics program at TCC. A completely volunteer position.