As a long-time Pacific Northwest leader, we aren’t just part of our community; we actively take part in it. The Wiek Group, as well as Hasson Company, Realtors®, have an enduring history of building strong communities through ongoing involvement and sponsorship.
Since 2001 we have sponsored a Dress for Success Clothing Drive, collecting interview-appropriate attire and accessories for women. Dress for Success provides clothing along with advice and career counseling for thousands of low-income women as they make the transition into the workforce. Learn more at oregon.dressforsuccess.org
Hasson is a major sponsor of the Pole Pedal Paddle race organized by the Mt. Bachelor Sports Education Foundation (MBSEF), a program which raises money for youth sports training, and promotes positive values associated with competitive sports including skiing, kayaking and cycling. Along with our sponsorship, our Bend office organizes and runs much of the Kid’s Mini Pole Pedal Paddle event. Learn more at mbsef.org
With a vision of a cancer free world, the American Cancer Society (ACS) works relentlessly with millions of supporters to help people stay well and get well, find cures, and fight back against cancer. Relay for Life is an event that takes place nationwide and raises much-needed funds and awareness. The Hasson Company participates locally in Lake Oswego.https://www.solveoregon.org/ relayforlife.org
Pixie Dust Productions is committed to bringing high-end musical theatre entertainment to Portland. Everyone on the creative team, onstage, in the orchestra, and backstage is 100% Oregon and Washington talent. The Hasson Company is a major sponsor of a production every year. Learn more at pixiedustshows.com
The International Mesothelioma Program (IMP) at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston was founded in 2002 and has since become the premier center for mesothelioma care. The IMP works towards developing the most effective treatment strategies, improving the quality of life for patients and works towards a future cure of the disease. Learn more at impmeso.org
Taste of Portland is a chance to experience cuisine from 25 local restaurants and caterers as well as a silent auction. The proceeds benefit the Oregon Association of Realtors HOME foundation. Learn more at oregonrealtors.org/home-foundation
For some seniors and those living with a disability, maintaining independence can be difficult. Without the ability to drive or to walk longer distances, running every day errands is an impossible task. Store to Door connects those in need of assistance with volunteers from local businesses, who lend a hand by doing the grocery shopping and delivery for those who can’t do it on their own. The Hasson Company is proud to help those in our community who need the extra support. Learn more about Store to Door here.
Having currently donated more than 160,000 bouquets to hospice and palliative care patients since their founding in 2007, The Bloom Project holds a special place in our heart. By using donated flowers, this volunteer-driven non-profit brings joy to those near the end of their life throughout the Portland Metro area and Central Oregon. By being involved in programs such as this, we ensure that a sense of a community is being fostered and joy is being spread. More information on The Bloom Project and ways to contribute can be found on their website.
Concerts for a Cause brings together great music acts and worthwhile charities to raise funds and awareness through an annual outdoor concert series. Learn more at clarkcountylive.com.
In an average month, 92,000 children eat meals from Oregon Food Bank (OFB) emergency food boxes. The OFB Network of regional food banks now distributes about 350,000 more food boxes annually than it did before the 2008 recession. Learn more at Oregon Food Bank.
FOTC makes a 12½ year commitment to each child, selecting them in kindergarten and guiding them through high school graduation. They take a preventive, early intervention approach that breaks the cycle of poverty by helping children in need overcome the many obstacles in their lives. Learn more at Friends of the Children.
Founded in 2006 in Portland, Urban Gleaners mission is to help alleviate hunger by collecting edible, surplus food that would otherwise be thrown away and redistributing it to agencies that feed the hungry. The concept of picking up and redistributing food is a simple weapon in the fight against hunger. Learn more at Urban Gleaners.
The mission is simple: bring Oregonians together to improve our environment and build a legacy of stewardship. SOLVE facilitates Oregonians of all kinds coming together to volunteer, focusing on beach and illegal dump cleanup, planting native trees, removing invasive plants, and other environmental maintenance projects. SOLVE annually creates an average of 40,000 volunteer opportunities in 170 communities all across this diverse state. Learn more at SOLVE.