Thank You for Helping Us Cook Up a New Kitchen!
TRY House is our oldest and most heavily used building- and we were in need of a major renovation! Our kitchen serves three meals a day to our clients in our residential program and serves as the main kitchen for agency-wide events. It’s last major remodel was over 20 years ago, so time and use have taken their toll. We took on a major remodel, including replacing cabinets, counter tops, flooring, appliances, and even strategically improving the flow of the kitchen for better efficiency and ventilation.
We want to thank our community of supporters who made this possible:
Thank you to the Employees Community Fund of Boeing for donating $40,000 to our renovation!
The Employees Community Fund of Boeing Puget Sound (ECF) is an unique employee-owned charitable giving program. Since 1951, generous Boeing employees have contributed over $600,000,000 to local Puget Sound nonprofits. ECF grants enable agencies to purchase equipment, renovate their facilities and meet capital campaign targets that directly help their clients and strengthen their communities. Since 1978, the Employees Community Fund has funded $312,900 in direct grants to Transitional Resources.
Thank you to CPRS and its employees who donated $24,250 to our renovation!
Local auditing firm CPRS has a long history of supporting Transitional Resources. Their generous employees have raised countless funds for our annual fundraising dinners and deliver special care packages at the holiday season for each and every one of our clients. CPRS donated $15,000 to our renovation and their employees donated an additional $9,250. We are so touched by the endless thoughtfulness and kindness of everyone at CPRS.
Thank you to the Norcliffe Foundation, who donated $15,000!
The Norcliffe Foundation is a private nonprofit family foundation established in 1952 by Paul Pigott for the purpose of improving the quality of life of all people in the community by the application of financial and human resources. Succeeding generations of the family have continued to support The Foundation in this tradition.The Norcliffe Foundation has been instrumental in our recent facility improvement and renovation projects, including providing key support when we built Avalon Place in 2011 and implementing Electronic Health Records in 2012.
Thank you to Tulalip Tribes for donating $5,000!
Tulalip Tribes Charitable Contributions Fund provides the opportunity for a sustainable and healthy community for all. The Tulalip Tribes strives to work together with the community to give benefits back to others to help build a stronger neighborhood.
Thank you to the Norman Archibald Foundation for donating $5,000!
Thank you to the Washington Federal Foundation for donating $1,000!
Thank you to King County for pledging $1,000!
Finally, thank you to the many individuals and small organizations who have contributed to our renovation. Your support closed the gap and made our renovation possible. We cannot wait to unveil our new and improved kitchen facility, and we hope you’ll come visit us to see it!