At Jet Parts Engineering we believe a successful company should do its part to give back to the community. Jet Parts Engineering is proud to join forces with charitable organizations throughout the year, such as the local Boys and Girls Club, Puget Sound Blood Center and the Ronald McDonald House Charity, in an effort to better the world around us.
Puget Sound Blood Center - For five years in a row, employees at Jet Parts Engineering have generously marketed and networked with surrounding businesses to give blood donations every three months via the mobile blood bank for Puget Sound Blood Center. We know each donation can save up to three lives and are eager to ensure this precious resource is available for ill and injured people in our community.
Boys & Girls Club of America - This is the second year employees have generously donated their own monies at bowling events to the local Boys and Girls Club of America, with a matching donation from Jet Parts Engineering! This event lets our employees have fun while donating for a worthy cause which adds up to a win/win for everyone!
Ronald McDonald House Charity - Each year Jet Parts Engineering visits the local Ronald McDonald House Charity in Seattle. The Jet Parts Engineering team prepares a warm meal for the families staying at the Ronald McDonald House, whose children undergo care at nearby Children's Hospital.
Big Climb Fund Raising. Jet Parts Engineering employees have participated in the Big Climb to raise money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS). In support of the LLS mission: To cure Leukemia, Lymphoma, Hodgkin's Disease and Myeloma, Jet Parts Engineering employees contributed over $5,000 and climbed 69 stories of the Seattle Skyscraper, the Columbia Center Tower.
Water 1st and Carry 5: Walking for Water. Jet Parts Engineering teams with Water 1st International to raise money to provide safe drinking water to poor communities around the world. Jet Parts Engineering employees participate in the annual Carry 5: Walking for Water. Walking for Water is an interactive fundraising activity put on by Water 1st in which participants carry 5 gallons of water over a distance of 5 kilometers. This simulates the challenge that many women and children around the world face every day in order to provide safe drinking water for their families.