Giving Back

Since our inception, Concord has maintained a history of community service and giving.

Since our inception, Concord has maintained a history of community service and giving. We are committed to partnering with and giving to a variety of non-profit organizations, some based in our hometown of Seattle, and some that are a part of our global community. Concord is honored to support a wide range of worthy causes, from environmental issues to humanitarian efforts.

We proudly sponsor the following non-profit organizations:

Forterra protects our region’s wild and open lands to sustain the natural beauty and health of the environment, now and for generations to come. Formerly Cascade Land Conservancy, Forterra has protected tens of thousands of acres in King, Kittitas, Pierce and Snohomish counties in Washington.

American Rivers is a national non-profit conservation organization dedicated to protecting and restoring healthy natural rivers and the variety of life they sustain for people, fish, and wildlife.

Sierra Club of Canada, BC Chapter is one of British Columbia’s oldest and best-known environmental organizations, protecting old growth forests, working towards sustainable fisheries, and educating the next generation about the importance of the natural environment.

As a branch of the YMCA of Greater Seattle, Metrocenter strengthens the community by creating programs through which youth and adults can unlock their potential for education, employment, leadership, civic engagement and community service.

The world leader in Alzheimer research and support is a voluntary health organization dedicated to finding preventions, treatments and, eventually, a cure for Alzheimer dementia.

Our Mission is to inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens. Program areas offered to youth include character & leadership development, education & career development, health & life skills, the arts, and sports/recreation.

The U.S. Public Interest Research Group (U.S. PIRG) is an advocate for the public interest, uncovering threats to public health and well-being and fighting to end them, using the time-tested tools of investigative research, media exposés, grassroots organizing, advocacy and litigation.

A humanitarian organization established to improve primary healthcare and basic education for rural Tibetan women and children.