Stepping Out, Stepping Up, Getting Our Hands Dirty

Article Post Date: 2016
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OConservation alliance logosn a hot day in August, the PMI Stanley team put their gloves on and headed to Seattle’s Colman Park, joining forces with other local companies like REI, Filson and Cascade Designs, for a day of trail work, planting and removing invasive species. A project of The Conservation Alliance, the Seattle Backyard Collective brings together member company employees to restore, preserve and protect open spaces where we live.


For 21 summers, Seattleites have come to Sunset Supper at Pike Place Market, sipping and sampling the bounty of Pacific Northwest farms and wineries. A Patron of the Pike Place Market Foundation, PMI hosted a table at the Sunset Supper, which raises funds to support the Market’s senior center, pre-school, medical clinic, food bank and other core programs.


Finally, just in time for school, 21 PMI employees stepped up to become volunteer mentors with the Big Brother Big Sisters Mentor 2.0 Program, which matches college-educated mentors with ninth grade students at West Seattle High School.