Nonprofits we serve

We partner with nonprofits to serve our community across a broad spectrum of need. By addressing the needs of many, we provide the solution for us all.

The possibilities are nearly endless to match you or your group with a volunteer opportunity. Whether it is just you, a large group, a small group, or the entire company, you can jump into the mission and work of Liberty Road Foundation being done through our nonprofit partners.

Gateway Medical Alliance

Gateway Medical Alliance serves as a catalyst to improve the lives of the poor and disadvantaged by sharing local healthcare resources worldwide.

Jubilee REACH

The mission of Jubilee REACH is to bring Jesus’ healing, build community, and transform the lives of the students and their families in Bellevue.

The Matt Talbot Center

Established in 1985, The Matt Talbot Center is a free Washington State licensed addiction treatment program serving people experiencing addiction and homelessness.

New Horizons

New Horizons partners with youth to exit street life. They have one priority: meet youth where they are.

Olive Crest

Olive Crest is dedicated to the prevention of child abuse, the treatment and education of at-risk children, and preserving the family.

Raven Rock Ranch

Raven Rock Ranch intercepts and breaks the cycles of fatherlessness, teen suicide, human trafficking, and domestic violence by pairing at-risk youth with rescued horses.

Reality Sports

Reality Sports is dedicated to providing quality physical and spiritual training to athletes and their families, presenting Jesus Christ as the ultimate object of worship.

Urban Impact

Urban Impact partners with families and communities to break the cycle of social, material and spiritual poverty by forming community, caring for tangible needs, providing practical support, and encouraging transformation.

“Volunteering has become part of the fabric of our culture at Builders Capital. I can’t overstate the value it has had on our organization. . . . Participating with your co-workers to help others in need is the best form of ‘team building’ I’ve ever been associated with.”

— Curt Altig, CEO, Builders Capital