Our exceptional team of brokers at Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty have deep roots in our communities. Through our dollars and our time, we support the long- term growth and vitality of the places we live, work and play.
In 2018 we launched our community outreach program called the SPARK project to organize our volunteering efforts in our communities. Throughout the year, our nearly 300 brokers in Oregon and SW Washington give their time by volunteering and helping a variety of local organizations. In addition, many of our brokers share their talents and do things like teach a Yoga class and donate the proceeds to a local charity or take on a role as a board member for local non-profits with causes that are close to their hearts.
As a company, we often partner with organizations to make local events possible. As previous sponsors of events like Lake Oswego Reads, Bend Summer Festival, and Polo Noir (just to name a few) we are pleased to be a part of bringing joy and fun to the communities we love.
Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty serves four main regions and our SPARK project is active in each region. Please select from the regions below to see the list of organizations that we support.
South Clatsop County Food Bank is fighting hunger in Clatsop County by distributing food to multiple partner agencies and directly to clients through its distribution programs. Learn More
Hoffman Center for the Arts is providing artistic, cultural and educational activities in north Tillamook County. Learn More
North County Recreation District is promoting the educational, recreational, social and physical well-being of the entire north Tillamook County community by offering activities for all ages and abilities. Learn More
North Coast Land Conservancy is working to conserve and connect the landscape of the Oregon Coast from the Columbia River to northern Lincoln County by acquiring or managing lands for their habitat value and ensuring that this extraordinary region is a place where healthy communities of people, plants, and wildlife can all thrive. Learn More