As part of our commitment to give back to our community, each year 1-866-SLABJACK reaches out to our network of followers for suggestions of concrete repairs for us to provide to those in need. After careful review and consideration, our team then provides our service free of charge in an effort to improve our community while giving back. If you have a suggestion for this unique charitable opportunity, please feel free to fill out our contact form.
SAFE PartnershipOver the past several years, 1-866-SLABACK has worked closely with SAFE on several projects at their facilities to ensure their staff and volunteers have the ability to assist the speedy recovery and re-purposing of these amazing animals. In addition, Dave and Bill have had the privilege to attend and donate at their major fundraiser each spring. In the spring of 2017, Bonnie and Terry of SAFE allowed us the incredible opportunity to feature one of their rescue horses, ‘Emmy’ in our commercial with Dave’s son. As you can see from the photos, it was indeed a special interaction for both parties!
NLLL SponsorshipFor the past several years, Dave has been actively involved both as a coach and as a sponsor of North Lake Little League. Following in his fathers footsteps, he really enjoys the opportunity to pass on the values of sportsmanship and teamwork to his sons while being able to assist others in having a chance to share in that experience as well.
Lynnwood Rotary Challenge Race SponsorshipSince it’s inception, 1-866-SLABJACK has been involved in sponsoring the Lynnwood Rotary ‘Challenge Race’ series. This incredible event provides Children with developmental disabilities to ride in the cars as “co-drivers” alongside kids who had been trained as “drivers.” The event is made possible by several local businesses in addition to volunteers from the community, including local police and fire personnel.
Coal Creek YMCA
The photos reflected on this page represent the inaugural Slabjack Gives Back project provided for the Coal Creek YMCA. A previous client reached out and informed us of their current trip hazards along the handicap ramp and main entrance. Both liabilities have now been addressed!
Some examples of suggestions we are looking for include, but are not limited to non-profit organizations such as churches, community centers as well as schools and other commercial facilities. We are especially interested in addressing issues which involve trip hazards and liabilities for organizations.