Texas Benefit Concert

Thursday, May 17, 2018  |  6pm-11pm

Mercury Hall  |  615 Cardinal Lane, Austin, Texas

Join us for our first-ever benefit concert fundraiser in Austin, Texas! Featuring live music by Indian and the Jones, drinks and appetizers, and a silent auction. Sponsorships are now available. For more information, contact our fundraiser coordinator, Susan Namuth, at snamuth@swinerton.com.

Sponsorships range from $500-5,000. General admission tickets are sold for $100 per ticket.

Click here to purchase sponsorships and tickets!

Thank you to the following sponsors:

3G Drywall  |  Bell & McCoy Lighting & Control  |  Carpet Services Inc  |  CBI Group  |  Dunaway Associates  |  LaForce  |  M&M Metals  |  McCoy Rockford


Portland Swinvitational Golf Tournament

Friday, July 13, 2018  |  6:30am-3pm

The Reserve Vineyards & Golf Club  |  4805 SW 229th Avenue, Aloha, OR

Join us for our annual golf tournament in Oregon! Sponsorships are still available. For more information, contact our fundraiser coordinator, Andrea Avalos, at aavalos@swinerton.com

Sponsorships range from $800-3,000. Foursomes can register for $1,000.

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Thank you to the following sponsors:

Applied Technical Systems  | ATG  |  Bassett USA  |  Big C Industries LLC  |  Chambers Brothers |  Mill Plain Electric  |  Ness Campbell  |  Oregon Commercial Painters  |  Performance Contracting  |  Red Hawk Fire Protection  |  Streimer

Orange County / Los Angeles Golf Tournament

Wednesday, August 8, 2018  |  9am-7pm

Pelican Hill Golf Resort  |  22701 S Pelican Hill Rd., Newport Coast, CA

Join us for our annual golf tournament in Southern California! This year we will be teeing up at the beautiful Pelican Hill Golf Resort. Sponsorships are still available. For more information, contact our fundraiser coordinator, Rachel Carpe, at rcarpe@swinerton.com. 

Sponsorships range from $2,500-20,000.

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Thank you to the following sponsors:


Volunteers Complete Much Needed Repairs to Little Bit in Redmond

The Swinerton Foundation has been a dedicated partner to Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center for many years, supporting its mission to improve the bodies, minds, and spirits of children and adults with disabilities through equine-assisted therapies and activities. On September 23, 35 Swinerton volunteers teamed up with Salesforce and Ski’s Painting to provide much-needed repair work to Little Bit in Redmond, Washington.

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How you can help those affected by the fires in Northern California

The Swinerton Foundation has received many inquiries regarding how to help those affected by the deadly wildfires that are still raging in Northern California. While the situation is very chaotic at the moment, we wanted to assure everyone that we are closely monitoring the situation and reaching out to city agencies and non-profit partners to determine the best way we can support our neighbors.

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Care Crew Shows Up in SoCal!

San Diego volunteers have been participating in the American Heart Association’s Heart Walk for many years, but this year topped the rest! The team not only reached their goal to raise $50,000 for the organization, they surpassed it—making them the #2 fundraising company in San Diego and on the top 15 fundraising walker list in a ten state region. Ninety-four supporters came out in full force on September 16 in support of building healthier lives free of cardiovascular disease and stroke.

A supporter of the American Heart Association for many years, The Swinerton Foundation was able to donate $15,000 to the organization this year.

In Orange County and Los Angeles, dozens of volunteers lent a hand for Community Service Program (CSP) on September 30 to provide repairs to the Huntington Beach Youth Shelter. Volunteers arrived that day ready to get their hands dirty for a good cause—painting, fixing plumbing, organizing, cleaning, trimming trees, making repairs, and power washing for five hours. It was a day full of hard, but rewarding work, knowing that the repairs would improve the lives of children and teens in the local area.

Thank you to everyone in SoCal for donating your Saturday to such incredible causes!


Team Building Through Community Service

Swinerton volunteers in South San Francisco formed a partnership with Samaritan House San Mateo last year during the Fall Giving Challenge. This year, the group asked The Swinerton Foundation to donate $2,500 to the organization to support their children’s clothing program and their capital improvement project for their Redwood City location. On June 2, volunteers arrived at Samaritan House to spruce up the lobby with a fresh coat of paint. The facilities manager was thrilled to have the help! The organization was so thankful for the support that they even wrote a short article about Swinerton’s service. Read it here.


In Our Communities

In Our Communities April was a busy month for Swinerton volunteers who participated in Rebuilding Together and Habitat for Humanity projects nationwide as part of The Swinerton Foundation’s Community Building Program. The Program matches volunteers with local non-profits who provide assistance to community members in desperate need of home repairs. Through the Community Building Program, The Swinerton […]


Portland Volunteers Serve Up Hope for Homeless Youth

April may have been one of the rainiest months on record for Portland, but it didn’t put a damper on our volunteers’ efforts!

Several Swinerton volunteers kicked off the month of April by volunteering at New Avenues for Youth’s 7th annual Scoop-A-Thon on Tuesday, April 4. The Scoop-A-Thon happens once a year on Ben & Jerry’s National Free Cone Day at New Avenues’ two PartnerShop locations.

As an event sponsor, volunteers got to get behind the counter and scoop ice cream for an hour with New Avenues’ employed youth. This year’s goal was to raise $50,000 for job-training programs through donations and sponsorships. With The Swinerton Foundation’s help, New Avenues nearly hit their goal, raising $49,152.

New Avenues for Youth takes a complete approach to addressing youth homelessness and its root causes, delivering support and resources that enable foster, at-risk, and homeless youth aged 14-24 to overcome their barriers and realize their potential.

Thank you to the Portland team who volunteered their time for this worthy cause!


Fundraising Drive for Angelman Syndrome Foundation

The Swinerton Foundation, along with Swinerton employees in Sacramento, kicked off a fundraising campaign for a cause close to their hearts with a fun St. Patrick’s day lunch at the office.

The lunch signals the start of eight weeks of fundraising for the Angelman Syndrome Foundation (ASF), a cause that came to the attention of the office after Elizabeth Miller, the daughter of Swinerton Senior Project Engineer Jason Miller and his wife Carly, was recently diagnosed with Angelman Syndrome, a genetic disorder that affects one in every 12,000 to 20,000 people.

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