Community Impact

Getting involved and giving back

As individuals and as a team, we make a difference by connecting with and investing in our communities.

Reach Out

We believe that when we invest in our community, everybody benefits. To fully live our commitment, we recently established the Reach Out project to make an impact and help people thrive in our hometown.

Our team discussed options and chose to work closely with Mary’s Place to help people experiencing homelessness renew a sense of stability and reenter the workforce. In addition to sponsoring a table at the annual luncheon and attending volunteer orientation as a team, we will assist with resume and interview workshops and organize an annual holiday giving drive.

In addition to our partnership with Mary’s Place, many Resourceful employees hold leadership roles in local non-profits. We support those efforts by allowing team members time away from work to participate in related activities and through annual donations to the organizations they serve.

Community Impact

“Resourceful is part of the community. Whether we’re volunteering at the local food bank to work towards ending hunger, or providing full-spectrum HR to a medical device company with a product that is saving lives, we are focused on making the Puget Sound region, and beyond, a better place to live.”

Laura Doehle, President, Resourceful


The team volunteered at Mary’s Place’s Women’s Day Center. Mary’s Place has helped hundreds of women and families move out of homelessness into more stable situations.

Northwest Harvest

Clients and colleagues collaborated during events to sort and package food for Northwest Harvest, an organization that provides more than 2 million meals to food banks, meal programs, and high-need schools across Washington every month.

Youth Care

The Resourceful team prepared and served lunch for homeless youth at YouthCare’s Orion Center.

David J. Fanning Golf Tournament

Since 2012, Resourceful has sponsored the 18th hole at the David J. Fanning Memorial Golf Tournament, which honors one of our first clients and supports Type 1 Diabetes research.