PromoShop, its employees, and vendors all work together to the benefit of many charitable organizations and causes. We contribute in many ways, helping financially on a personal level as well as company level. We ideate and create products to help raise funds or recognize those that donate as well. PromoShop employees also volunteer to man booths, work events and even sell merchandise on the charities behalf. Whenever possible we may also field a ‘team’ to walk, run and participate in the actual event as well. In this way we not only feel good mentally but spiritually and physically too. PromoShop definitely cares. Here are a few of the organizations we’ve worked with over the years:

Arthritis Foundation, Muscular Dystrophy Foundation, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, 1% for the Planet, Heal the Bay, Camp Rainbow Gold, Do it for the Love Foundation, Idaho Conversation League, Interfaith Sanctuary, Jayden Deluca Foundation, Land Trust of the Treasure Valley, Winter Wildlands Alliance, Vivid Roots, YMCA, mission43, Outdoors for All, Pioneer Human Services, PATH, Seattle Center Foundation, SCLC LOL Event, ALPFA, Hire Americas Heroes, KCTS Crosscut Media, Pacific Science Center, Seattle Art Museum, USO, The Trust for Public Land, Seattle Firefighters, United Way of King County, World Vision, Detlef Schrempf Foundation, Mainstay Organization, Rebuilding Together Seattle, Tacoma & South Sound, St. Vincent De Paul, West Seattle Food Bank, Des Moines Food Bank, Rainier Scholars, Seattle Children’s Hospital, Seattle Aquarium, Woodland Park Zoo, Queen Anne Helpline, West Seattle Helpline, Gates Foundation, Long Live the Kings (Salmon), Seattle Animal Shelter, Pasado’s Safe Haven, Pancreatic Cancer Foundation, American Cancer Foundation, Heart Association, People for Puget Sound, The Achievers; the Orange County Chapter of Disabled Sports USA, AVON 39, Father Joe's Villages, Hirshberg, Cuddly Canines, and so many more.

For more stories about how PromoShop is involved with non-profits and the community, check out our Facebook and #pscares.