In January we launched our new referral program, One Good Deed Deserves Another. It’s our way of thanking our clients and referral partners for their continued referrals, and give to our community at the same time. The process is easy- you refer a client* and we make a donation to the non-profit organization of your choice.
We are thrilled by the selections our first round of recipients made. Good deeds have benefited everything from horse rescue to ending human trafficking. Here’s a look at the 501c(3)s who received donations this month. Thank you to everyone who referred new clients to Sweeney Conrad!
(*new client must meet qualified fee requirements)
Rescue:Freedom International exists to empower the rescue and restoration of those in sexual slavery, and prevent exploitation before it begins.
Coachella Valley Horse Rescue rescues, rehabilitates and place horses that were abused, neglected, or headed for slaughter to loving forever homes.
Chaffey Baseball is the Northwest's Premier Baseball Club.
The ALS Therapy Development Institute and its scientists actively discover and develop treatments for ALS. They are the world’s first and largest nonprofit biotech focused 100 percent on ALS research. Led by ALS patients and their families, they understand the urgent need to slow and stop this disease.
PATH’s mission is to improve the health of people around the world by advancing technologies, strengthening systems, and encouraging healthy behaviors.
FareStart provides a community that transforms lives by empowering homeless and disadvantaged men, women, and families to achieve self-sufficiency through life skills, job training and employment in the food service industry.
Overlake provides world-class medical care, combining cutting-edge technologies and a superb medical staff with a compassionate, patient-centered approach. Overlake Medical Center Foundation & Auxiliaries raise funds to support Overlake’s vital programs, ensuring they meet the health and wellness needs of the growing Eastside community.
Ducks Unlimited is an American nonprofit organization501 dedicated to the conservation of wetlands and associated upland habitats for waterfowl, other wildlife, and people.
Real Escape from the Sex Trade (REST) was founded in 2009 to build pathways of freedom, safety and hope for for victims of sex trafficking and people involved in the sex trade in Seattle and beyond.