In a time when our economy has been hit hard by what seems to be a never ending pandemic we know that small businesses need our support now more than ever. That’s why we want to recognize the local small businesses that have stepped up to support our mission to provide quality advocacy for foster children so that they may thrive in a safe, permanent home as soon as possible. Each of these businesses work towards building a stronger Southwest Washington community in various ways and we’re proud to identify them as community partners.
A low-key neighborhood coffeehouse that roasts Direct Trade and Fair Trade coffees from all over the world. You can see (and smell) them roasting coffee in house daily. What’s more – they’ve been recognized for their inclusion work with students from WA. School for the Deaf and the WA State School for the Blind as well as hosting yours truly for a Coffee with CASA event and displaying our information session bulletins.
A group of realtors who take an active interest in their community and causes by donating 10% of the total of each and every commission to reputable charities (like CASA!) of their client’s choosing. Their agents felt the call on their hearts to do something that makes a difference. They’ve donated over $57,000.00 to date!
Each month, a different nonprofit (including CASA!) is selected by their team to be a “Referral Rewards Partner” in which they use their community networks to bring awareness to the causes that nonprofit partners works tirelessly to support. They give $25 for each referral back to the selected non-profit whether or not the client decides to use Davidson & Associates for their insurance needs.
A local values driven-driven radio station that is dedicated to delivering quality programming with an emphasis on local voices. They aim to build a stronger community, based on inclusion, diversity and social justice in Southwest Washington and beyond. Catch their broadcast of The Common Good with our Program Director Sheryl Thierry and Volunteer Mentor Dawn Montgomery to hear the perspective of a volunteer and what working a case really is like.
A Public House and Taproom providing local hand crafted beers on tap with a great atmosphere that’s known for its great brews and family friendly environment. During warmer weather months you can find the lawn full with bands, yard games and plenty of space for kids to run and play around picnic tables. You may also catch a peak of our yard sign on their grounds!
A family run independently owned coffee shop serving up Stumptown Coffee and just this year celebrated 7 years in business! You can find yummy goodies (including ice cream!) to pair with your morning pick me up. They’re also one of our earliest supporters in hosting a Coffee with CASA event.