Involvement in our Community
Washington Cedar & Supply takes an active role in our community. Since we are a locally owned company we have a vested interest in the areas we serve. We believe that serving in our local communities helps create a healthy and positive environment.
Some of the things we’ve been up to lately:
- Donation of roofing materials to The Annie Wright Upper School for Boys tiny house project for the homeless in Seattle. Check out their amazing work HERE!
- Donation to Auburn High School Trojans Football '18
- Donation to Washington State All State Football Game '18
- Donation to Eastlake Little League 12U All-Star Baseball Team
- Donation to Elbe Evangelical Lutheran Church
- Donation to Mr. Greek Competition, hosted by Alpha Gamma Delta at the University of Washington
- Volunteering with the scouting program in the Orca District
- Volunteering with the North Mason School District
- Sponsorship of the North Mason Peewee Program including Football, Basketball (both girls and boys) and girls fast pitch. You might also see the Manager of the Port Orchard yard coaching various sports.
- Sponsorship of the Junior Rodeo Association. Kitsap County
- Washington Spirit Elite Cheer
- The Rochester Warriors
- Rebuilding Together, Thurston County
- Habitat For Humanity of Island County
- Sponsorship of the Mariner Marauders Everett
- Donation to the Boy Scouts of America for Eagle Projects.
- Enumclaw Pro Rodeo
- Partnering up with Umpqua Bank for the Junior Achievement of Washington Bowling Classic
- Habitat for Humanity Auburn WA
- New Life Ministries International – donation
- Volunteering with the Kent Little League
- Donation to the Arizona Blind & Deaf Children's Foundation, Inc.
About the Organizations We Support
Junior Achievement (JA) empowers young people to own their economic success. Our volunteer-delivered, K-12 programs foster work-readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills, and use experiential learning to inspire kids to dream big and reach their potential.
Junior Achievement impacts 4 million U.S. students in more than 176,000 classrooms. With the help of 178,000 volunteers, JA students develop the skills they need to experience the realities and opportunities of work and entrepreneurship in the 21st-century global marketplace.
The Arizona Blind & Deaf Children's Foundation, Inc. works to support the healthy development and future success of more than 4,000 children in Arizona who are blind, deaf, low-vision, or hard of hearing. The Foundation raises funds, develops programs & awards grants for initiatives that develop the skills necessary to prepare these young people to be self-sufficient, contributing members of society.
Rebuilding Together brings volunteers and communities together to improve the homes and lives of homeowners in need.