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Making a difference in our communities is a priority at Rosendin, and we are dedicated to serving others through gifts of time, talent and finances. We actively support organizations that help people recover, grow and experience a better life.

100+

Number of charitable organizations supported by Rosendin nationwide

$500K

Our annual contributions to community organizations

2,000

Total number of annual volunteer hours served by Rosendin employees

4,000

Total pounds of food donated to shelters across the country annually

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Rosendin Leads Volunteer Effort to Build Bridge in Rwanda

In November 2019, a team from Rosendin partnered with Bridges to Prosperity to design and build a suspension footbridge in a mountainous farming region in the Muhanga District of Rwanda. The team spent two weeks building the 161-foot long bridge over the Miguramo River, a dangerous waterway that splits community resources and is impassible five months of the year.

The new Rukurazo Footbridge serves approximately 1,200 people from the Rukurazo and Bisika communities by giving them safe and consistent access across the river to attend school, visit the hospital, and go to markets to buy and sell food. The local Rwandan community and volunteers with Bridges to Prosperity constructed the bridge’s anchors, foundations, pedestals and ramps using locally sourced wood and materials.

The Rosendin team helped to build the bridge’s superstructure, setting up scaffolding, raising two towers, setting cables and crossbeams, and installing decking, fencing and handrails.

Rosendin Golf Tournament Benefiting the Navy SEAL Foundation

The Annual Rosendin Golf Tournament & Auction benefiting the Navy SEAL Foundation is held annually at the Pelican Hill Golf Club in Newport Beach, CA. The Navy SEAL Foundation, a 501c(3) nonprofit organization, is a cornerstone for the Naval Special Warfare (NSW) community and their families in times of adversity and triumph. They focus on a comprehensive set of programs designed to improve health and welfare, build and enhance resiliency, empower and educate their families and provide critical support during times of illness, injury, and loss. The Navy SEAL Foundation is continually researching the community’s needs to inform future program development and funding.

Silicon Valley Pig Jig

Since it was established in 2018, Rosendin has been a supporting sponsor of the Silicon Valley Pig Jig benefiting NephCure Kidney International. NephCure Kidney International’s® mission is to accelerate research for effective treatments for rare forms of Nephrotic Syndrome and to provide education and support that will improve the lives of those affected by these protein-spilling kidney diseases.

“Junior Achievement exists to prepare students for their future. Each year we teach over 83,000 low-income students work readiness skills, entrepreneurship skills, and financial literacy. Rosendin became involved 20 years ago beginning with our annual golf tournament and in 2011 they sponsored a shop in BizTown and are still a sponsor today. In 2014, Rosendin brought on a Board Member for Junior Achievement and started a Bowl-a-Thon fundraiser. To date, Rosendin has helped us support over 100,000 students in Arizona.

Bri Tournas
Junior Achievmement

“We’ve had a great partnership with Rosendin on our School-to-Career program which is bringing students into the workplace so they have an authentic experience. It’s [all] about businesses being able to open their doors and let students have that opportunity and Rosendin has been great about that.”

Deanna Palm, President
HIllsboro Chamber of Commerce

Supported Organizations

Rosendin is proud to support the following organizations making a positive impact in our communities.

United Way

United Way improves lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities around the world to advance the common good.

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Guadalupe Boys and Girls Club

The Guadalupe Branch offers an after school program, teen leadership, youth sports leagues, homework and tutoring assistance.

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Transition Projects (clothes drive)

Transition Projects helps people transition from homelessness to housing in the Portland metro area. Each year, we assist more than 10,000 people through a broad array of services, resources, and tools.

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Peninsula Humane Society Critter Classic

The Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA (PHS/SPCA) is a local, private, non-profit charitable organization dedicated to animal welfare. PHS/SPCA adopts fully 100% of the healthy dogs and cats in our care. Through our charitably funded Hope Program, find homes for thousands of animals who come to us.

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St. Charles Hospice

With four hospitals and more than 220 employed medical providers, St. Charles Health System is the largest provider of medical care in Central Oregon. We pledge to work with our partners to achieve our vision: Creating America's healthiest community, together.

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B.U.L.L Session Charity Event

The B.U.L.L. Session is the Northwest’s premier charity event. Every year the B.U.L.L Session event brings together hundreds of the regional Business, Union and Labor Leaders to benefit the community’s most valuable assets: the children.

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Rise Against Hunger

Rise Against Hunger is driven by the vision of a world without hunger. Our mission is to end hunger in our lifetime by providing food and life-changing aid to the world’s most vulnerable and creating a global commitment to mobilize the necessary resources.

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St. Mary’s Home for Boys

St. Mary’s offers residential treatment and services to at-risk boys ages of 10-17 who are emotionally disturbed and behaviorally delinquent. The program provides clients with a structured regimen to ensure successful transition to public school, the community, and appropriate living environment.

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Oregon Food Bank

Oregon Food Bank collects food from farmers, manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, individuals and government sources. We distribute that food through a Statewide Network of 21 Regional Food Banks and approximately 1,200 food assistance sites serving all of Oregon and Clark County, Washington.

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Ronald McDonald House Charities of Oregon & Southwest Washington

For more than 30 years Ronald McDonald Houses® have offered families comfort, support, and a beautiful place to stay just moments away from their child’s bedside. Last year we welcomed 1,825 families for a total of 17,917 nights at our three Oregon Houses, hosting 2,861 children across the state.

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Children’s Cancer Foundation

The Children’s Cancer Foundation, Inc. (CCF) is an independent nonprofit committed to funding locally-based researchers, programs and facilities until every child is assured a healthy future. CCF is not affiliated with any national charity.

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Rodeo Austin

Rodeo Austin’s key initiative to the youth giving plan features the Scholarship Program. Rodeo Austin works so each year a new class of students can receive funding for their college education. Proceeds from events, as well as income from the Endowment fund scholarships.

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Junior Achievement

JA's volunteer-delivered, kindergarten-12th grade programs foster work-readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills, and use experiential learning to inspire students to dream big and reach their potential.

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Anne Arundel County Food Bank

Anne Arundel County Food Bank’s mission is to fight hunger ensuring that those in need have access to food, nutritional supplements, baby food, toiletries, furniture, appliances, household items, school supplies, medical equipment, diapers and more while promoting self-sufficiency.

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Dallas Childrens Advocacy Center

Dallas Children's Advocacy Center coordinates their efforts for the most severe cases of child abuse in Dallas County. Each year DCAC serves over 6,500 children (and their non-offending family members) who were sexually abused, severely physically abused, or who had witnessed a violent crime.

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American Cancer Society

At the American Cancer Society, we're on a mission to free the world from cancer. Until we do, we'll be funding and conducting research, sharing expert information, supporting patients, and spreading the word about prevention. All so you can live longer — and better.

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Rotary Club of Los Gatos

Our Members live or work in the Silicon Valley, and give back to the community through projects supporting the numerous clubs and charities.

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Leap Arts in Education (Sandcastle Classic)

Leap's mission is to provide top quality arts education programs that help students build skills to achieve their fullest potential. We envision a world where art is a fundamental part of every child's education and success. 

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Boulder Crest Retreat Charity Golf Tournament

We exist to solve the mental health crisis and to heal our military members, veterans, and their families dealing with PTSD and combat-related stress, so they can live productive, fulfilling, and service-oriented lives at home.

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Silicon Valley Turkey Trot

The event is run almost exclusively by volunteers from the Silicon Valley Leadership Group, Central Labor Council, City of San Jose, County of Santa Clara, Applied Materials, numerous community partners and each branded co-sponsor and our five benefiting charities.

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ACE Mentorship

The ACE Mentor Program of America, Inc. (ACE) helps mentor high school students and inspires them to pursue careers in design and construction.

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Carolina Breast Friends

The mission of Carolina Breast Friends is to serve the breast cancer community in a positive environment. We provide education, encouragement and friendship during any stage of the journey.

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Bridges to Prosperity

Bridges to Prosperity envisions a world where poverty caused by rural isolation no longer exists; a root cause of poverty, and we believe that connection is the foundation to opportunity. We work to build footbridges that connect residents to education, health care and economic opportunity.

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Loudoun Hunger Relief (Loudoun Interfaith Relief) Food Drive

We provide fresh groceries for the whole family, plus we can help find further assistance to meet other needs through our network of partners. Often, we are the first place families seek help during times of need.

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All Supported Organizations

“ACE represents subcontracting firms that employ highly skilled technicians for field construction work; provide those employees with high-value wages, family medical care, retirement plans, and continuing education through workforce development and apprenticeship training programs.”

“The ACE Mentor Program of America, Inc. (ACE) helps mentor high school students and inspires them to pursue careers in design and construction.”

“Alzheimer's Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research. Our mission is to eliminate Alzheimer's disease through the advancement of research, providing enhanced care for all affected, and reducing the risk of dementia by promoting brain health.”

“At the American Cancer Society, we're on a mission to free the world from cancer. Until we do, we'll be funding and conducting research, sharing expert information, supporting patients, and spreading the word about prevention. All so you can live longer — and better.”

“The AHA has grown into the nation’s oldest and largest voluntary organization dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke. A shared focus on cardiovascular health unites our more than 33 million volunteers and supporters as well as our more than 3,400 employees.”

“Anne Arundel County Food Bank’s mission is to fight hunger ensuring that those in need have access to food, nutritional supplements, baby food, toiletries, furniture, appliances, household items, school supplies, medical equipment, diapers and more while promoting self-sufficiency.”

Arizona Foundation for Women was founded in response to the low rate of philanthropic giving to women’s issues; just 4% going towards women funding. The Foundation joined other women’s funds and foundations from across the nation and world to create a “women’s funding movement.”

“The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals® (ASPCA®) was the first humane society to be established in North America and is, today, one of the largest in the world.”

“A north Phoenix team based centrally in north Peoria, Glendale and Phoenix, Arizona. With highly qualified, experienced and skilled coaches who are dedicated to both the success and growth of athletes.”

“The B.U.L.L. Session is the Northwest’s premier charity event. Every year the B.U.L.L Session event brings together hundreds of the regional Business, Union and Labor Leaders to benefit the community’s most valuable assets: the children.”

“The Blind Center of Nevada assists people who are blind or visually impaired in reaching their highest physical, social, intellectual, and economic potential. To achieve these objectives we pursue three focus areas: personal development, social interaction, and provident living.”

“Our mission is to cooperate with the library in expanding services to the community, promote the development of library programs, create and foster an appreciation of library services, support and strengthen the library.”

“We exist to solve the mental health crisis and to heal our military members, veterans, and their families dealing with PTSD and combat-related stress, so they can live productive, fulfilling, and service-oriented lives at home.”

“The BSA’s goal is to train youth in responsible citizenship, character development, and self-reliance through participation in a wide range of outdoor activities, educational programs, and, at older age levels, career-oriented programs in partnership with community organizations.”

“Bridges to Prosperity envisions a world where poverty caused by rural isolation no longer exists; a root cause of poverty, and we believe that connection is the foundation to opportunity. We work to build footbridges that connect residents to education, health care and economic opportunity.”

“Bridging AZ serves as a clearinghouse for donated furniture and household goods to be distributed to qualified families and individuals in need. Recipients are chosen by partnering social service agencies where the clients are enrolled to help their transition from temporary to permanent housing.”

“Cancer CarePoint, Inc. specializes in placing medical professionals in the field of oncology on a contractual, temporary, temp to perm and permanent basis to hospitals, private practices and Government Agencies nationwide; allowing them to become a go-to firm for recruitment in the Oncology World.”

“The mission of Carolina Breast Friends is to serve the breast cancer community in a positive environment. We provide education, encouragement and friendship during any stage of the journey.”

“The Children’s Cancer Foundation, Inc. (CCF) is an independent nonprofit committed to funding locally-based researchers, programs and facilities until every child is assured a healthy future. CCF is not affiliated with any national charity.”

“This family-friendly event features a 10K, 5K, 250-yard Kids’ Dash along the Los Gatos Creek Trail; suitable for runners and walkers of any level. After, participants can join the Oktoberfest Festival and enjoy; beverages, great food, lots of music, dancing, artisans, kids’ rides and more.”

“This family-friendly event is where you can bring your sweetheart, family, and friends for a lovely morning run/walk along the Los Gatos Creek Trail. It features a 10K, 5K, and the Kid’s Dash. After the race, runners/walkers can enjoy the post-race festivities and awards ceremony.”

“The Restorative Justice Program is designed to aid victims and witnesses affected by juvenile crimes by providing information, assistance and support for the following: questions about the juvenile justice system, Victim compensation information, liaison between victim and prosecutor, and more”

“Established in 1956, the Clark County School District (CCSD) is the number one choice for families and students. We educate 320,000 students – offering a variety of nationally recognized programs, including Magnet Schools, Career and Technical Academies, and Advanced Placement programs. ”

“The Community Coalition for Haiti (CCH) is a faith-based, 501(c)3 non-profit organization that transforms lives, one by one, through long term and community driven solutions in healthcare, education and community development. ”

“4-H is the largest out-of-school youth program in the United States; with more than 6 million 4-H members, and thousands of participants in Oregon 4-H each year. 4-H teaches young people to learn and grow in partnership with caring adults to become contributing, productive members of society.”

“The Crook County Booster Club is dedicated to promoting staff, parent and community involvement to provide the funding and volunteerism necessary to give Crook County High School student athletes the resources they need to maximize their potential. ”

“Crook County High School is located in Prineville, Oregon. The school provides rigorous core courses and a variety of elective and CTE classes. It has developed as one of the top schools in Central Oregon. CCHS students can also achieve college credit through AP and College Now courses.”

“The CF Foundation is the world's leader in the search for a cure for cystic fibrosis, and nearly every CF-specific drug available today was made possible with our financial support. ”

“Dallas Children's Advocacy Center coordinates their efforts for the most severe cases of child abuse in Dallas County. Each year DCAC serves over 6,500 children (and their non-offending family members) who were sexually abused, severely physically abused, or who had witnessed a violent crime.”

“Driscoll Children’s Hospital is a 189-bed pediatric tertiary care center with specialists in South Texas, Corpus Christi, the Rio Grande Valley, Victoria and Laredo; providing care to more than 100,000 children each year”

“Fisher House Foundation builds comfort homes where military & veterans families can stay free of charge, while a loved one is in the hospital.”

“The Guadalupe Branch offers an after school program, teen leadership, youth sports leagues, homework and tutoring assistance.”

“The purpose of the Hillsboro Hops Fund is to develop and establish a community benefits program, the goal of which is to promote, foster and support education, health, culture and youth activities, including activities for underprivileged youth, in the Greater Hillsboro area.”

“Our Mission is to help create a community responsible for animals, to give shelter to stray and abandoned domestic animals, and find them loving, permanent homes.”

“The Huntington’s Disease Society of America (HDSA) is the premier nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of everyone affected by Huntington’s disease. From community services and education to advocacy and research, HDSA provides help and hope for people with Huntington’s disease.”

“The Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern California (JCCCNC) strives to meet the evolving needs of the Japanese American community through offering programs, affordable services and facility usage.”

“JA's volunteer-delivered, kindergarten-12th grade programs foster work-readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills, and use experiential learning to inspire students to dream big and reach their potential.”

“Leap's mission is to provide top quality arts education programs that help students build skills to achieve their fullest potential. We envision a world where art is a fundamental part of every child's education and success. ”

“LLS exists to find cures and ensure access to treatments for blood cancer patients. We are the voice for all blood cancer patients and we work to ensure access to treatments for all blood cancer patients.”

“Our mission is to offer the neediest elderly of every race and religion a home where they will be welcomed as Christ, cared for as family and accompanied with dignity until God calls them to himself.”

“Proceeds from the Dammit Run benefit the Los Gatos High School track repair fund.”

“We provide fresh groceries for the whole family, plus we can help find further assistance to meet other needs through our network of partners. Often, we are the first place families seek help during times of need.”

“Mothers Against Drunk Driving is a nonprofit organization in the United States and Canada that seeks to stop drunk driving, support those affected by drunk driving, prevent underage drinking, and strive for stricter impaired driving policy.”

“For 80 years, March of Dimes has helped millions of babies survive and thrive. Now we’re building on that legacy to level the playing field for all moms and babies, no matter their age, socio-economic background or demographics. ”

“The Navy SEAL Foundation provides immediate and ongoing support and assistance to the Naval Special Warfare community and its families.”

“Oregon Food Bank collects food from farmers, manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, individuals and government sources. We distribute that food through a Statewide Network of 21 Regional Food Banks and approximately 1,200 food assistance sites serving all of Oregon and Clark County, Washington.”

“We partner with Oregon State University to engage our community, inspire investment, and steward resources to enhance the university’s excellence and impact.”

“The Big Sur Marathon Foundation creates beautiful running events that promote health and benefit our community.”

“Founded in 1999, the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network is dedicated to fighting the world’s toughest cancer. In our mission to save lives, we attack on all fronts: research, clinical initiatives, patient services and advocacy. Our effort is amplified by a nationwide network of grassroots support.”

“The Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA (PHS/SPCA) is a local, private, non-profit charitable organization dedicated to animal welfare. PHS/SPCA adopts fully 100% of the healthy dogs and cats in our care. Through our charitably funded Hope Program, find homes for thousands of animals who come to us.”

“The Support Sky Harbor Coalition, formed in 2002, is a non-profit 501 (c) (4) organization. The Coalition strives to educate the public about the economic benefits and quality of life advantages Sky Harbor brings.”

“In the past several months, the Prineville – Crook County Chamber has been investing in our community.  We have spearheaded activities that monetarily benefitted the local FFA, The Community Baby Shower, The Holiday Partnership and Crook County 4H Archery.”

“Racing the Sun (RTS) is an exciting science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) program that challenges high school students to design, build, and race solar-powered go-karts. It is open to all Arizona high schools. ”

“Providing Reedville Youth with the opportunity to explore their talents in the fun and safe environtment, of baseball.”

“The Relay for Life movement is American Cancer Society’s signature fundraiser dedicated to helping communities attack cancer. From team members to volunteers, we all want to remember those we’ve lost, help those affected today, and give us a home team advantage against cancer.”

“Rise Against Hunger is driven by the vision of a world without hunger. Our mission is to end hunger in our lifetime by providing food and life-changing aid to the world’s most vulnerable and creating a global commitment to mobilize the necessary resources.”

“RISE provides services for people with disabilities including residential settings, day programs, employment assistance, managed care, and home and community-based services. RISE also provides services for children and families through various means. ”

“Rodeo Austin’s key initiative to the youth giving plan features the Scholarship Program. Rodeo Austin works so each year a new class of students can receive funding for their college education. Proceeds from events, as well as income from the Endowment fund scholarships.”

“For more than 30 years Ronald McDonald Houses® have offered families comfort, support, and a beautiful place to stay just moments away from their child’s bedside. Last year we welcomed 1,825 families for a total of 17,917 nights at our three Oregon Houses, hosting 2,861 children across the state.”

“Our Members live or work in the Silicon Valley, and give back to the community through projects supporting the numerous clubs and charities.”

“There is power in knowing your community and producing something special for the people in it. We know the local charities, we try to attach authentic local sponsors, and we treat our runners like our neighbors. Frankly, because our runners ARE our neighbors.”

“Second Harvest is one of the largest food banks in the nation. We provide food to more than a quarter of a million people in Santa Clara and San Mateo counties every month. More than half the people we serve are kids and seniors.”

“Santa Run Silicon Valley, benefiting Christmas in the Park and Downtown Ice. This 5K Run/Walk is fun for the whole family and we encourage you to dress up as your favorite holiday character or tradition.”

“Providing safe shelter to abused and homeless women and women with children in crisis; as well as, offer life-changing services promoting stability, dignity, and self-reliance. ”

“The Sharks Foundation is dedicated to enhancing the lives of underserved youth and families in the community with an emphasis in the areas of education, health and safety, and character development. ”

“The event is run almost exclusively by volunteers from the Silicon Valley Leadership Group, Central Labor Council, City of San Jose, County of Santa Clara, Applied Materials, numerous community partners and each branded co-sponsor and our five benefiting charities.”

“At SHP, we fully believe that a bed is a basic need for the proper physical, emotional, and mental support that a child needs. When it was brought to our attention that the need for beds went far beyond our own neighborhoods, we stepped up and took initiative.”

“Every January over 10,000 courageous plungers head to Sandy Point State Park seeking thrills and chills all to benefit the 7,782 athletes of Special Olympics Maryland.”

“At the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, we do one thing, and we do it well: We fund childhood cancer research.”

“With four hospitals and more than 220 employed medical providers, St. Charles Health System is the largest provider of medical care in Central Oregon. We pledge to work with our partners to achieve our vision: Creating America's healthiest community, together. ”

“St. Mary’s Food Bank is a community-based organization. Individual donors, corporate donors, and private grants help feed hungry individuals and families in our area. ”

“St. Mary’s offers residential treatment and services to at-risk boys ages of 10-17 who are emotionally disturbed and behaviorally delinquent. The program provides clients with a structured regimen to ensure successful transition to public school, the community, and appropriate living environment.”

“We serve delicious and nutritious meals at dozen of dining centers in Multnomah, Washington and Clark counties and volunteers deliver Meals on Wheels and friendly visits to homebound elderly. ”

“Students will find a connection to athletic activities in which they can participate and find enjoyment during their high school careers. We encourage parents to actively support their children in both their academic and athletic pursuits.”

“We’ve transformed how the world treats and talks about this disease and have mobilized the largest and most passionate community. Since 1982, we’ve funded more than $988M in research, more than $2.2 billion in education, screening and treatment, serving millions in over 60 countries worldwide.”

“The Salvation Army (SA) is a religious and social service organization, a branch of the Christian church dedicated to the battle against the twin enemies of sin and despair. The SA seeks to improve the physical environment and lead people to a personal relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ.”

“Toys for Tots’ mission is to collect new, unwrapped toys during October, November and December each year to distribute as Christmas gifts to needy children in the community; a message of hope to the less fortunate that will assist them in becoming responsible, productive, and patriotic citizens.”

“Transition Projects helps people transition from homelessness to housing in the Portland metro area. Each year, we assist more than 10,000 people through a broad array of services, resources, and tools.”

“Turner’s commitment to community and educational outreach is rooted in the belief that service is part of good corporate citizenship. Involved in a wide variety of programs which support youth education, health and welfare, military service members and improving the viability of local businesses.”

“United Way improves lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities around the world to advance the common good.”

“Warrior Canine Connection is a pioneering organization that utilizes a Mission Based Trauma Recovery (MBTR) model to help recovering Warriors reconnect with life, their families, their communities, and each other.”

“The Race is produced and administered by Wharf to Wharf Race Inc., a California nonprofit corporation chartered to promote running as a means to health and fitness. In service of this mission, the Race has more than $6 million dollars to Santa Cruz County youth sports programs in general.”

“Proceeds from the race go to local elementary school PTAs to fund after-school programs such as: arts, music, science, sports, technology and many more.”

“Youth For Tomorrow’s mission is to provide children and families with the opportunity to focus their lives and develop the confidence, skills, intellectual ability, spiritual insight and moral integrity - each based on Godly principles- resulting in positive changes.”

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Anaheim, CA 142881
Hillsboro, OR CCB#103939
Las Vegas, NV 011435
Phoenix, AZ (BIM Office) ROC034937R-11
ROC105241C-11
ROC111444A-17
ROC158637B-1
ROC158638A
Prineville, OR CCB#103939
Sacramento, CA 142881
San Francisco, CA 142881
San Jose, CA (Corp HQ) 142881
Tempe, AZ ROC034937R-11
ROC105241C-11
ROC111444A-17
ROC158637B-1
ROC158638A
Texas 20807