I recently participated in the 2nd Annual Hood to Coast Washington relay race: 12 legs over 77 scenic miles starting at Lake Isabella State Park near Washington’s Hood Canal and ending in the beautiful seaside town of Seabrook.
Having affordable housing is a basic human need. One of the ways Regence supports the health and well-being of Oregonians is by partnering with game-changing organizations like the United Way of the Columbia Willamette to reach out and provide safe housing and support for thousands of local families who are living on the economic bubble.
This post is part of a series that highlights Regence’s unique Executive Board Placement program, which works to match company employees with nonprofit organizations looking to grow their board of directors.
Regence Oregon employees volunteered their time and joined in with their families to make a positive impact in the recent Fight for Air Climb- which drew hundreds of participants to the U.S. Bank Tower “Big Pink” building, a 42 story skyscraper in downtown Portland, Oregon.