The Partners Group, Stumptown, Pacific Coast Fruit, Bob’s Red Mill, Moonstruck Give Back to Health Care Professionals
“We gathered some of our best clients and several companies that love their communities like we do,” said Cruickshank. “And together, we were able to make 30 different deliveries.”
The Partners Group, a leading Northwest based financial and insurance consulting firm, is proud to announce that for the tenth consecutive year they have been awarded one of the Top Ten Corporate Philanthropists in the medium size company category (10-50M revenue) by the Portland Business Journal.
The Corporate Philanthropy Award recognizes companies who contribute to generous and innovative philanthropic programs throughout the year. Volunteer hours and donations are recorded and categorized based on company size and revenue. Ten companies are awarded in each size category, including a list […]
TPG employees were showcased in a promotional video for a volunteer expo event as they donated their time to volunteer for Habitat for Humanity. They spent the day landscaping several homes that were near completion. Giving back has become part of our culture, our wellness program, and The Partners Group employees have been a regular part of the Habitat volunteering program for several years.
Watch The Partners Group x Habitat for Humanity promotional video
(TPG Featured Employees: Geneva Stegemoller, Keaton Alexander, Shannon Kephart, Adam Johnson, and Zach Shuholm)
“I regularly volunteer with Habitat […]
The Partners Group is honored to support Sound – One of King County’s most extensive providers of quality mental health and addiction treatment services
Left to right: Eric Thesen from The Partners Group Personal Insurance Division, then Scott Handler, Roxanna Jessen, and Jordan Stair who are all from The Partners Group Commercial Insurance Division.
Scott Handler takes on Jordan Stair in the dunk tank. Both are from The Partners Group Commercial Insurance Division.
The Partners Group commercial team chooses Sound as one of the causes they support. There are currently over 200 individuals benefiting from the Sound’s Intellectual Disability Program (IDD), representing 15% of their annual $70MM budget. […]
We all can help! Donate blood, then tag three individuals on your social media post to help donate blood. Help end the local shortage in Western Washington and Oregon!
The Bold for Blood Challenge is going on now through Labor Day, September 3rd.
Did you know according to Bloodworks Northwest, “It takes 800 donors a day to sustain a blood supply for patients in our community?” Summer donations are currently down by 25% and Bloodworks Northwest is taking a stand to help end the shortage of blood donors through the Bold for Blood Challenge.