Supporting Local Non-Profits
Our project manager Charles "Chuck" Zachary has been participating in the Puyallup Chamber of Commerce Leadership Institute.
ABOUT Leadership Institute:
Leadership Institute participants learn through seminars, team project development, panel discussions, direct interaction with community leaders, and a variety of experiential activities. LI is designed for high potential employees who are ready to focus on core leadership skills and poised to move up in their organizations.
The Chamber promotes local leadership through a group project which Chuck has been a key member of helping the group organize their efforts to support non-profit Knock Knock Angels in Pierce County.
ABOUT Knock Knock Angles:
Our founder Vickie Lobo is a cancer survivor. After having cancer her life changed. She went on a mission of service to her community. She aimed to get the community, to demonstrate caring, and to love thy neighbor. She founded Knock Knock Angels because she wanted to give people a fresh start after traumatic events including domestic violence, homelessness, neglect, or addiction .
This organization helps displaced families throughout the state of Washington find a fresh start following traumatic events including domestic violence, homelessness, neglect, or addiction. We are proud of our ARES team members and their drive for #RestoringKindness during the month of May as well as throughout the year.
ABOUT Restoring Kindness:
Restoring Kindness was founded by Kent and Lynn Rawhouser, former owners of A&J Property Restoration in Madison, Wisc., and rooted in the qualities through which they ran their company. What started as a small movement to impact their community lit a fire in an entire industry.