Sponsors and Donations

We would like to acknowledge those individuals, local businesses and grantors/foundation groups who have generously donated to our program. From all of us at Work Force Development Center – a BIG thanks to all of you, your ongoing support is very much appreciated!

Trainee Supplies/DonorsChoose

The individuals below made donations via DonorsChoose to purchase highlighters, pencil boxes and safety glasses for our new incoming trainees.  Those marked with an asterisk * have donated annually to this project!

*Amy Stevenson
*Ralph Morelli
*Alice and Jim Jackson
*Wayne Robertson
*Louis Cohen
Grace Jemal
Patti Bourgault
Louis Morelli
Jody Vanderwoude
Deborah McGivern
Jean Marty
Barry Zimmerman
Megan Marlo
Shelley Milne
Jennifer Gregerson
Xola Malik
Daya Flickinger
David Brown

 

Individuals

David Trader
Teri Scovill
Stephanie Berntsen
Vicky Hopper
Darryl Connite
Brian Pulk
Shelley Milne
Clark Johnson
Brian and Marilyn Pulk Trust
The Employees of Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt
Ardith Cerecero
Owen Hanby
Diane Miller

Grants/Foundations

The City of Mukilteo Community Support Grant
The Gene Haas Foundation
Tulalip Tribes Charitable Fund
Seattle Foundation-Give Big
Greater Everett Community Foundation
Glaser Foundation
City of Everett
Safeco/Liberty Mutual Insurance

Businesses

InterConnection
The Herald
GM Nameplate
Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt

WFDC 5th Annual Charity Golf Tournament will be an amazing success raising sponsorships and donations to support our Aerospace Assembly Mechanic Apprenticeship Program serving disabled, econominically disadvantaged and at-risk high school juniors and seniors in the North Puget Sound Region!

https://wfdcentergolftournament.eventbrite.com

Cole Wathen Leid Hall PC - Pin Flag Sponsorship

Shine On Signs & Graphics - Pin Flag Sponsorship

Puetz Golf - Contest Prize Donations

Blazing Bagels - Food Sponsorship

Pepsi - Beverage Sponsorship

 

 

On behalf of the Board, Employees and Student Trainees of WFDC, we wish to extend our sincere gratitude to the City of Everett Human Needs Advisory Committee, which has decided to recommend that the city approve our grant request to increase our capacity to serve the students of Everett!