AHBL Company Culture - Giving Effort and Time to Community Improvement

The core value of being visible in our communities was set early in AHBL’s inception. AHBL employees have embraced this value and turned it into everyday culture. Many employees volunteer throughout the year, giving their time to youth development programs, food drives that feed communities, environmental clean-ups, and other opportunities where their expertise can be of service. 

Throughout the year, AHBL employees have given their time to help support the efforts of the following organizations: 

NAIOP WA - Community Enhancement at Auburn Valley YMCA NAIOP - Community Enhancement Photos 2021

AHBL volunteers helped install a new split rail fence, a new outdoor amphitheater with bench seating, GaGa Ball pit, landscaping, and playground improvements. 

Metro Parks Tacoma - Oak Tree Park Cleanup 

AHBL families participated in efforts to restore the natural areas in Tacoma’s Oak Tree Park, including removing invasive plant species. 

A4LE - Service Day at Tillicum Elementary School 

AHBL team members rolled up their sleeves with other industry design teams and general contractors to build site improvements for a local Lakewood Elementary School.

Charities Supported: Oak Tree Park 2021

2nd Harvest in Spokane and Tri-Cities 
American Heart Association - Heart and Stroke Walk 
Association for Learning Environments 
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Puget Sound 
Buffalo Soldiers Museum 
Changing Rein EAAT 
Food Lifeline 
Habitat for Humanity Pierce County 
Historic Seattle A4LE Photos 2021
Mercy Housing 
Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium - Zoo Society 
Rainier Scholars 
Tabor 100 Black Business Equity Fund 
University of Washington 
University of Washington - Concrete Canoe Team 
University of Washington Tacoma 
Washington STEM 
and more.

Our employees are excited to be able to participate in the programs that have been on hold due to COVID-19: 

ACE Mentors 

Mentoring students through an afterschool program, in the Tacoma area, designed to attract high school students into pursuing careers in the Architecture, Construction and Engineering industry, including skilled trades.

Previous Ace mentor gathering

If you have a program that needs volunteers, let us know at marketingstaff@ahbl.com. 

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