Bank of the Pacific is proud to support many worthy organizations throughout our areas of service.


What is the reward for donating to charity? On a personal level, it may be the ability to give one gift and receive one deduction at year end. For the Bank, it’s the ability to change children’s lives, support public art, save endangered resources, care for seniors, plant trees, build clinics, buy library books and improve the living conditions for the people in our communities. There are many worthy charities working to improve lives in countless ways.


Utilizing Bank of the Pacific’s Private Client Services, our customers can arrange to give a cash gift, appreciated stock or other assets, or establish a Donor Advised Fund in your or your family’s name. Working with your Private Client Services officer you can target the issues you care about most. Your generosity is rewarded by both immediate tax benefits and a lasting sense of accomplishment. It is a simple, powerful and highly personal approach to giving that helps you and your family stay connected to the community and provides a foundation for a living legacy.


Here are just a few of the worthy Organizations and Foundations Bank of the Pacific supports:


Skagit Community Foundation                                                                           


Whatcom Community Foundation


NeighborWorks of Grays Harbor         


St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation


Grays Harbor Community Hospital Foundation                                                                         


Ocean Beach Hospital Foundation


Kulshan Community Land Trust                                  


Coastal Harvest (Food Bank)                                                                                       


Island Hospital Foundation


Bellingham Food Bank


In addition, Bank of the Pacific offers radio advertising time to local Non-Profit organizations to publicize their event or activity through the Community Airwaves program. Information regarding this program is available by contacting your local branch of Bank of the Pacific.