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Community service opportunities

The attorneys and staff at Budd Bay Law, P.S. firmly believe in giving back to our community.  Throughout the year, we participate in community service projects and volunteer our time to different organizations.  From local sports groups and non-profits to nationwide charities we try to make a difference as much as we can.

In 2018, Rodgers Kee Card & Strophy, P.S. teamed up with the City of Tumwater’s Adopt-a-Road Program.  On a quarterly basis, we close the office early to clean up our adopted road (Tumwater Boulevard).  We believe it is important to work with our staff on volunteer projects outside of the office to encourage comradery and goodwill.

Every year the firm also adopts a large family through the Salvation Army’s Adopt-a-Family program.  Families are only eligible once for this program so it is our goal to make it their best Christmas ever.  The firm gives each employee a budget and they draw names for the family member they will shop for.  The staff member who was closest to the budget wins a gift card.  Wrapping all of the presents and delivering them to the Salvation Army takes an entire day of work for our interns.  The employees always enjoy sharing with each other what they purchased for their family member and the deals they scored.  Helping our staff in giving back is important to the shareholders of Rodgers Kee Card & Strophy, P.S.

Shareholders Megan D. Card and Paul Strophy both grew up in Olympia and attended Black Hills High School and Capital High School, respectively.  Being able to contribute to the community that raised them is a nod to their success as lawyers.  Shareholder Scott Kee has made Tumwater his home for his children and enjoys volunteering with the Tumwater School District.

It is imperative to the shareholders that our staff and attorneys continue to give back locally.  Below are the different groups we have supported throughout the years through volunteer work or donations:

  • Black Hills High School
  • Black Hills High School Women’s Soccer
  • Blackhills Football Club
  • Boys and Girls Club of Thurston County
  • Campaign for Equal Justice
  • Capital Basketball Boosters
  • Capital High School Cougar Football Club
  • Centralia Athletics & Activities Facilities
  • City Gates Ministries
  • City of Tumwater Adopt-a-Road Program
  • Cornerstone Christian School
  • Downtown YMCA
  • Evergreen Swim Club
  • Family Support Center of South Sound
  • Friends of Mia
  • Greater Tacoma Peace Prize
  • Habitat for Humanity (Thurston County & Pierce County)
  • Holy Family School
  • Kitten Rescue of Mason County
  • La Leche League of Washington
  • National Christian Forensics and Communications Association
  • National Youth Leadership
  • Northwest Christian High
  • Olympia High School Future Business Leaders of America
  • Olympia School District
  • Peter G. Schmidt Elementary
  • Peter G. Schmidt Parent-Teacher Association
  • Pints’ Pavement Pounders Running Club
  • Pioneer Elementary
  • Raise for Rowyn
  • Roosevelt Elementary
  • Salvation Army Adopt-a-Family
  • South Bay Elementary
  • South Sound Reading Foundation
  • South Sound YMCA

  • St. Michael Parish
  • Strophy Foundation
  • The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
  • Thurston County Bar Association
  • Thurston County Food Bank
  • Thurston County Volunteer Legal Services
  • Thurston County Youth Soccer Association
  • Tumwater Athletic Boosters
  • Tumwater Citizens for Better Education
  • Tumwater High School
  • Tumwater High School Football Boosters
  • Tumwater High School Soccer Boosters
  • Tumwater High School Street Law
  • Tumwater Parks and Recreation
  • Tumwater School District
  • Tumwater Soccer Club
  • United Way Day of Caring
  • USA Swimming
  • Washington Association Criminal Defense Lawyers
  • YMCA Mock Trial
  • YMCA of Pierce and Kitsap Counties

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