TransBlue Places 3rd in Washington Philanthropic Corporations List

TransBlue places 3rd for Washington’s Philanthropic Corporations

In a state full of the biggest corporations in the world, it can be hard to get recognized for philanthropic efforts. Transblue is extremely proud to announce that it is recognized as the #3 small-size philanthropic donor in the state of Washington. With a strong focus on the local community, Transblue has not only donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to local charities and non-profit organizations, but our time as well.

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It is also worth noting that Philanthropy is ingrained into the company’s DNA.  Dave Wescott, Transblue’s founder and CEO, believes in the importance of community and giving back. He says “Whether your company is just emerging or going out of business, would anyone in your community notice or even care? Would anyone notice if your business were even there? Transblue commits to leaving a positive impact on each community we touch. We leave our footprint on every community after each project we complete, and we give back. Transblue is here to bless those around us with a high quality of life, and to help people wherever we can.”

Some local beneficiaries include: Dawson’s Place, mBridge, Next Steps Pregnancy Services, Churches, Food Banks, Missionaries, Colleges, and many others. Corporate and foundation cash giving in Washington does not include the value of in-kind gifts, sponsorships, or employee contributions. The list includes both companies and company foundations, based on how each company reported its giving. So, Transblue gladly accepts the honor to be the third largest giver among small businesses in WA State. So, giving and making the world a better place, one project at a time is the true mission of Transblue. Transblue is a business with a purpose. 

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