While great customer services and profitability is the main goal, North Pacific Properties understands that successful companies have a responsibility to give back to the community and help those less fortunate.

North Pacific Properties has chosen five (5) non-profits locally and Internationally to support. Throughout the year, we send funds periodically to each of the non-profits and take part in various activities and functions relating to them.

To learn more about the five (5) wonderful organizations we support, click on the tab relating to each and read about the amazing things they are accomplishing. If these non-profits connect with you as they did with us, there is a button on each organization’s page where you can click and make a donation yourself.

Treehouse For Kids

What We Believe

With fierce optimism, Treehouse invests in the lives of young people who have faced the deep wounds from a crisis of parenting. In helping them to secure the essential education, basic material needs, and social experiences they equally deserve, we help kids in foster care discover their own resilience and strength. Treehouse is committed to leveling the playing field for youth in foster care, so that each is included, may prosper in, and contribute to society.
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Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission

About The Union Gospel Mission

Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission provides emergency care and long-term recovery services to hurting and homeless people in the greater Seattle area. We’re dedicated to serving, rescuing and transforming those in greatest need through the grace of Jesus Christ.

God’s calling us to dream big as the gap widens between human need and public resources. We’re expanding our efforts like never before — beyond Seattle to the rest of King County.

We started serving soup to thousands of homeless and unemployed people during the Great Depression. More than 80 years later, we’re still caring for our neighbors — but in more ways than ever!

Seattle Humane Society

Mission Statement

Seattle Humane promotes the human-animal bond by saving and serving pets in need, regardless of age, ability, circumstance or geography. Our community expects all adoptable animals to be humanely cared for and placed into loving homes, and keeping pets with families avoids pet homelessness. We get them here, get them healthy and happy, and get them home.

Over a Century of Caring

Founded in 1897, Seattle Humane was the first humane organization to serve King County. Originally devoted to animal issues involving stockyards and slaughterhouses, Seattle Humane later provided animal control services, picking up lost and/or stray animals. In 1972, the City of Seattle and King County established their own animal control divisions, and Seattle Humane moved to Bellevue as a private nonprofit dedicated to bringing people and pets together. True to our mission, we offer pet adoption, humane education, on-campus dog training, a Pet Food Bank, and spay/neuter services to low-income pet owners. Through our outreach, advocacy, and services, we strive to ensure that animal companionship is accessible to all.

Fender Music Foundation

About FMF

The Fender Music Foundation is a music charity funded by people who want to strengthen the state of music education, people who believe music is an integral part of society and want to make music more accessible to everyone.

The donations we receive allow us to provide instruments to school music classrooms, after school programs and music therapy programs. We select programs that are in-need, ongoing, sustainable and give more people the opportunity to make music.

Our overhead expenses are covered by sales revenue, including authentic celebrity music memorabilia. Our program expenses are covered by donations large and small.

The Foundation was founded in 2005 by Larry Thomas when he retired as CEO of Guitar Center, now as CEO of Fender Musical Instruments Corporation, we continue to give more people of all ages the chance to create, experience, and enjoy everything music has to offer.

About Juan Ruben Aguirre Gomez

Hello My Friends,
As some of you may know, my story begins when my parents moved to Cusco from a farming community to give myself and 6 siblings the opportunity for a better life. Being put to work at the age of 7, I made a miniscule living by selling souvenirs to tourist on the streets. While working long hours and not getting very far financially, I realized that it was much easier to become a guide and help tourists explore Cusco from a local’s perspective. At the age of 11, I happened to meet a woman from Unicef in Peru, who approached me to make a video of my life, documenting my day to day endeavors and also showcasing the history of Peru and its people. During the same time I happened to meet a generous Italian man by the name of Bruno Zolla and his wife Stephanie who were visiting Cusco. They were interested in seeing the public school system and I offered to take them to my school. They saw something in me that no one else saw before, and that was potential. They told me that if I went to a better school that I would have the opportunity to further my education and make something out of my life. Through their kind generosity, they offered to pay for my education at a private school for the duration of my high school studies.

I knew that the only thing that was going to change my life was education. So after I finished high school I decided that I wanted to become a professional tour guide and that was how I began my career, working for Go South Adventures. Through this agency, they gave me the opportunity to enhance my qualifications and study Wilderness First Aid at Puget Sound University.

In 2006 I had the opportunity to guide a big group of 16 individuals from Seattle on an expedition, including Joshua Fant (Founder of North Pacific Properties) who ended up inviting me back to the US for a visit. It was during this time when my dreams started to become a reality. I met Kathy Larsdotter and her family who after hearing my story decided that instead of exchanging gifts for Christmas with one another they wanted to sponsor some children in Peru. After a few years of their kind donations towards the children, the idea came to me to build a high school so that the children being sponsored would be able to further their education. Then I met Mark Lane who wanted to be part of my project. The idea was to build a boarding school and he wanted to be part of this vision. After doing some research into how much land was necessary I discovered I would need more if this was to become a reality. I would need 1100 meters instead of the 300 meters that I initially thought.

I would like to say thank you to the people who have put their trust in me and have helped me along the way. Brent Lane, Brittany Lane, Kathy Larsdotter and her family, Karin Bergeron, Martin Falkenberg Larsen, and my Canadian partner in this project Darlene Hintzen who have all contributed to my fundraising goal and who have helped me the purchase the initial 800 meter of land in Ollantaytambo.

My next goal is to raise a further $24 000 US to purchase the remaining 300 meters necessary for the project. In order to reach this goal I ask for your assistance and generosity in helping reach this dream of mine. Any donations, small or large, will be a step closer to helping the children in Peru receive a better education and quality of life.
Thank you for time and if you would like to know more about this project, and how you can contribute to make this dream a reality, I can be contacted my email at jraguirre@hotmail.com.

How to Donate to help build the school:

Direct your paypal payment to the following email address: jraguirre@hotmail.com