The Hudson Bay Way Foundation, by providing support for organizations promoting education, health, and wellness for children and members of the communities in which we live and serve, strives to encourage increased philanthropic awareness among Hudson Bay employees and the community, thereby, making a positive impact on our future generations.
Charitable giving helps encourage a sense of community and creates a meaningful social impact. Stewardship of the communities in which we live and serve has been an integral part of the cultural fabric of Hudson Bay Insulation Company. To further the philanthropic ideals of the Company, a private charitable foundation has been established. Through The Hudson Bay Way Foundation, the Company supports organizations that promote education, health, and wellness opportunities for children and members of our community.
As an employee of Hudson Bay Insulation Company, you have the opportunity to participate in the Company’s charitable giving in multiple ways. Employee Directed Giving which is available through authorized payroll deductions is one way. Employees can provide funding to various organizations through The Hudson Bay Way Foundation. The Foundation is also offering a Mini-Grant Program to support charitable organizations in which children of HBI employees are involved. Click on the links in the forms section for documents or contact email@example.com for more information.
Employee Mini Grant Program
The Hudson Bay Way Foundation has created a Mini Grant Program specifically for organizations that the children of Hudson Bay Insulation Company employees participate in. Promoting educational and wellness opportunities for children is a primary function of The Hudson Bay Way Foundation (THBWF), therefore, by supporting the school, sports teams and extracurricular activities of our employees’ children we hope to encourage participation.
For 2017, the Foundation will offer a total of 10 Mini Grants, each in the amount of $0 to $250. Applications will be accepted in March and September to encompass activities throughout the year. Information will be distributed to employees through the Company newsletter, on the website, and through flyers to insure that all employees receive the opportunity to participate. Applications will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. Awards will be made at the discretion of the Board.
The Hudson Bay Way Foundation is registered as a 501(c)(3) organization, tax identification number 47-4847975.
The Latest News from The Foundation
Contributing to our Community!
As we head into the lazy, hazy days of summer, The Hudson Bay Way Foundation has provided funding for over 7000 meals for children and seniors in our communities so far this year! We participated in the Give Big Campaign in Seattle on May 10th which enabled our contributions for Safe Crossings, Mary’s Place, Youth Care and Boots to Shoes to be matched by others and make a bigger impact. Later in the month of May we contributed to several organizations honoring and/or supporting our country’s veterans and thanked our veterans for their service.
Our Spring Mini Grant Program provided funding to Crestwood Elementary School to help purchase new playground equipment and to TKO Basketball for team events. Don’t miss out on the upcoming Fall Mini Grant Program, the deadline for applications will be in late September!
The Foundation is allowed to match a contribution to a 501 (c) (3) charitable organization made by company employees up to a total of $200 per employee per year (see Mission Statement below for guidelines). Make an even bigger impact on your charitable giving by contacting The Hudson Bay Way Foundation and requesting a match to your elected organization. We have created a form to make this an easy process for you, the form is located on the right under the forms section.
The Mission Statement of The Hudson Bay Way Foundation is: The Hudson Bay Way Foundation is dedicated to providing support for organizations promoting education, health and wellness for children and members of the communities in which we live and serve.