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Generous support from these companies and organizations helps Farms for Life achieve our mission.
City of Woodinville
Farms for Life is proud to partner with the City of Woodinville to help support Sammamish Valley farmers and provide fresh produce to neighbors in need. Read more about the partnership here:
PCC Community Markets
PCC began as a food-buying club of 15 Seattle families in 1953. Since then, their priorities haven't changed. In everything, they strive to be an advocate for our community. PCC is dedicated to preserving local farmland and partnering with Northwest producers and ranchers.
The Tableau Foundation is a philanthropic initiative led by the employees of Tableau Software that encourages the use of facts and analytical reasoning to solve the world’s problems. Tableau Foundation grants combine Tableau’s two most valuable resources – its people and its products – with financial support to nonprofits that are using data to reshape communities around the globe.
Microsoft Employee Giving
Microsoft supports their employees' passion for giving, matching employee donations of time and money to nonprofit organizations. Each October, their fun and spirited employee Giving Campaign - a tradition since 1983 - makes a significant annual impact in addition to generous giving year-round.
Windermere Eastside Foundation
For the past 30 years, the Windermere Foundation has donated a portion of the proceeds from every home purchased or sold using a Windermere agent towards supporting low-income and homeless families in our communities. We are incredibly grateful to everyone who donates to the Windermere Foundation, and we feel privileged to be able to give back to the communities where we live and work. In 2020, the Windermere Eastside Foundation is thrilled to provide over $235,000 in grants to 26 incredible nonprofits.
"21 percent of water, 18 percent of cropland, and 19 percent of fertilizer in the U.S. are dedicated to food that is never eaten."
- Gosia Wozniacka, Civil Eats