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For nearly 50 years, Columbia Industries has focused on developing the employment skills of people with disabilities (our clients). As a non-profit organization, we rely on contributions of time, dollars, or donations to help our very special clients learn valuable job skills in preparation for jobs in our community. Here’s how your business can help!
Non-profit organizations like Columbia Industries welcome volunteers who share our passion. Volunteer staffing for events or perhaps clean up days or other service projects at our campus in Kennewick offer your company a chance to give something back to your community, and do something fun with your co-workers.
Columbia Industries is very grateful for corporate support for our fundraising efforts and our events that honor our clients.
If your company is interested in sponsoring one of our client celebrations, please contact our office at 509-582-4142.
For more information about how Columbia Industries benefits our community, email info@ColumbiaIndustries.com
Columbia Industries, a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit organization, helps people with disabilities and other barriers to employment achieve their highest employment potential. This allows them to achieve self-sufficiency and contribute to the productivity of our community.
Kennewick, WA – Columbia Industries (CI), a local non-profit organization, announced the acquisition of Records Management Services, Inc. (RMS, Inc.), a local company specializing in records storage and management on July 17, 2013. The combined companies of CI Shred and RMS, … Continued
This year Columbia Industries (CI) celebrates our Golden Anniversary! Since 1963, our organization has been committed to helping people with disabilities and other barriers to employment achieve their highest employment potential. We're taking this opportunity to highlight our many community partners. Over the … Continued
Local businesses can hire valuable, quality employees with disabilities through CI Employment Services. You’ll feel great about providing them with a job where they can use their unique skills—and contribute positively to your company’s bottom line. For more information, give … Continued