Businesses across the state show they’re committed to Washington’s environment by supporting the work we do to ensure that the most pressing environmental issues are top priorities for our state and local elected officials. Together, we are a stronger force to protect the beautiful places where Washingtonians live, work, and play.
We are proud to showcase the business partners that support our work.
Want to join the team? Learn more by contacting Tina Montgomery, Business Relations and Events Manager, at email@example.com or 206.631.2608.
Vulcan Inc. is a nimble private company based in Seattle, Washington working to solve some of the biggest global issues. The projects and investments they pursue are inspired by the ideas of their founder Paul G. Allen and tethered to a simple principle; we use data to inform our efforts and seek out opportunities that can make a positive impact—and share what we learn. View their website here.
Bricklin Newman represents neighbors, community groups, and environmental organizations adversely impacted by proposed zoning or development proposals that violate local, state and federal laws. They bring attention to the adverse noise, air, stormwater, traffic, environmental, groundwater, aesthetic and other impacts caused by development. View their website here.
Colehour + Cohen
C+C is all about changing behaviors for good. A lot of behaviors (and a lot of good). Choosing an energy-efficient LED light bulb over a traditional energy-sucking bulb. Opting for a seafood entrée that won’t be detrimental to the survival of said entrée’s species. Setting up a retirement account where no retirement accounts have gone before (that would be anyone under the age of 30). Taking transit. Saving water. Recycling. C+C works together with their clients to get results. View their website here.
Recology is a company dedicated to building exceptional resource ecosystems that protect the environment and sustain our communities. Recology coordinates dozens of recycling programs to recover a variety of materials. Recology programs have been replicated throughout the country and serve as a national model for resource recovery initiatives. View their website here.
Cedar Grove plays an important role in diverting organic waste from landfills. From two local facilities, they compost more than 350,000 tons of residential and commercial yard and food waste annually.
Foster Pepper PLLC
For more than a century, Foster Pepper has been an integral part of the growth of the Pacific Northwest community. With more than 130 attorneys located in Seattle and Spokane, Washington, they have the deep industry knowledge, commitment to client service and a collaborative environment that allows them to provide the best legal and business solutions for their clients.
Mazama Country Inn
The Mazama Country Inn is located in the town of Mazama at the upper end of the Methow Valley in Washington state. With its log beams and cedar siding, the Inn is a quiet retreat in a small town secluded in the beauty of Washington’s North Cascades.
Seattle Executive Retreats
Seattle Executive Retreats offers an alternative to traditional hotel based company meetings.Their luxury properties are perfect for up to 14 people to relax and think big – engaging in strategic workshops and off-site sessions.
BNY Mellon is one of the longest-lasting financial institutions in the world. They provide a comprehensive range of investment services that are unrivaled in scale, precision and quality.
Campion Advocacy Fund
The Campion Advocacy Fund supports and engages advocacy efforts to maximize leverage and deliver real change. The fund adds urgency and power to the pursuit of their mission, opening new avenues for speaking directly with legislators on issues of the day, injecting a point of view about timely topics into the public square, and engaging directly in the democratic process.
Paul and Debbi Brainerd
Paul is a founding member of Social Venture Partners, which encourages professionals to give back to their communities through engaged phlianthropy, and co-founder along with his wife, Debbi of IslandWood, an environmental learning center for schoolchildren.
Nucor is made up of more than 20,000 teammates who goal is to take care of their customers. They are accomplishing this by being the safest, highest quality, lowest cost, most productive, and most profitable steel and steel products company in the world. They are committed to doing this while being cultural and environmental stewards in their communities where they live and work.
SEIU Local 775
Their mission is to unite the strength of all working people and our families, to improve our lives and lead the way to a more just and humane world. SEIU 775 represents more than 40,000 long-term care workers providing quality in-home care, nursing home care and adult day health services in Washington State and Montana.
Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO
WSLC is made up of more than 600 union locals and councils representing approximately 400,000 rank-and-file union members throughout the state of Washington. They are building coalitions with other advocates for better jobs, health care, apprenticeship and education, civil rights, senior citizens, affordable housing, immigration reform and a sustainable environment.
Abracadabra Printing, Inc.
Abracadabra is a proud union printer based in Seattle, Washington. Our Georgetown print shop operates with a full staff of dedicated employees who share a deep passion for the print industry.
Highlight your company or organization to our members – over 34,500 voters!
This year we are expanding our business partnerships and benefits to provide better value to organizations. Learn more by contacting Tina Montgomery, Business Relations and Events Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.631.2608.