Stahancyk, Kent & Hook gives back generously to the Oregon and Southwest Washington communities by making financial contributions to many charitable organizations.

2014 Contributions

Ainsworth Foundation
Volunteer parents who fundraise to provide a dependable source of funds for teachers, assistants, and specialists in various educational programs.

ALS Association
Encourages scientific research to find a cure for ALS, heightens awareness of the nature of the disease, and stimulates volunteerism.

Boys & Girls Club of Central Oregon
Seeks to enable and inspire all young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.

Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Central Oregon
Provides children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported 1-to-1 relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.

Central Catholic High School
Offers a challenging environment for students with an integrated curriculum.

Central Oregon Community College Foundation
Provides scholarships to students, enabling them to learn new skills, earn technical certificates, and complete two-year associate’s degrees.

Clark County Historical Museum
Preserves Clark County history through public education programs, museum exhibits, and special projects.

Clark County Volunteer Lawyers Association
Provides legal assistance to low income residents of Clark County.

Crook County Chamber of Commerce
A private, non-profit membership organization with a focused core mission: to advocate for business, to support economic development, to be a willing community partner, and to operate a visitor center for the City of Prineville.

Crook County High School
Crook County High School located in Prineville, Oregon. Dona

Friendly House
Creates a thriving community by connecting people of all ages and backgrounds through quality educational, recreational and other life-sustaining services.

PSU Vikings
Portland State University’s athletic department

St. Mary’s Home for Boys
Offers residential treatment and services to at-risk boys between the ages of 10 and 17. The individualized program provides each boy with a structured regimen to ensure his successful transition to public school, the community, and appropriate living environment.

 

2013 Contributions

Ainsworth Foundation
Volunteer parents who fundraise to provide a dependable source of funds for teachers, assistants, and specialists in various educational programs.

Camp Fire Columbia
Provides local schools and families with academic, social, and community resources.

Central Catholic High School
Offers a challenging environment for students with an integrated curriculum.

Chimps Inc.
Provides lifetime sanctuary and care for captive chimpanzees and promotes chimpanzee conservation through public education.

Clark County Historical Museum
Preserves Clark County history through public education programs, museum exhibits, and special projects.

Crook County High School Cowgirls Volleyball
Crook County High School Girls Volleyball located in Prineville, Oregon.

Deschutes Children’s Foundation
Provides rent-free facilities and no-cost property management for human service programs in Deschutes.

Education Foundation for Bend-La Pine Schools
Provides resources and support for the Bend-La Pine public school district.

Family Access Network
Advocates for disadvantaged children and families through a network of social services in Deschutes County.

Free Geek
Provides refurbished computers, internet access, and educational programs to the community.

Friendly House – Rebecca Longaker Scholarship Fund
Provides scholarships to summer day camps for children of low-income families.

Greater Bend Rotary
Raises and distributes funds to build parks, assist children focused programs through Boys and Girls Club, Volunteers in Medicine, and wipe out polio worldwide.

Harmony4Women
An all-female a cappella group that performs to support three non-profits serving women in Central Oregon.

North Clackamas Education Foundation
Provides the more than 17,000 students in the North Clackamas school district with educational and extracurricular opportunities.

Oregon Association Chiefs of Police
Promotes training and information exchange to promote professional growth of law enforcement in Oregon.

Simon Benson Awards
Honors philanthropists who have made lasting contributions to the region.

Vietnam Veterans of America
Advocates for issues concerning and create positive public perception of Vietnam veterans.

2012 Contributions

American Heart Association
Promotes cardiovascular health and awareness through public health education and promotional campaigns.

Central Catholic High School
Catholic college preparatory school serving a diverse community of students in Portland.

Chimps Inc.
Provides lifetime sanctuary and care for captive chimpanzees and promotes chimpanzee conservation through public education.

Dress for Success
Provides disadvantaged women with professional clothing and mentoring in order to help them advance themselves professionally and economically. Managing shareholder Laurel Hook has organized an annual Dress for Success drive every year since 2003.

Education Foundation for Bend-La Pine Schools
Provide resources and support for the Bend-La Pine public school district.

Free Geek
Provide refurbished computers, internet access, and educational programs to the community.

MountainStar Family Relief Nursery
Works with families in Deschutes County to prevent babies and toddlers from experiencing abuse and neglect.

Oregon Historical Society
Preserves and promotes Oregon history through conservation and public education.

Park Academy
Provides a nurturing and academically challenging environment for students with language learning differences.

Pi Beta Phi Friendship Fund
Supports the Pi Beta Phi Foundation’s missions to enrich its members and help them better contribute to society.

PSU Vikings
Portland State University’s athletic department

St. Andrew Legal Clinic
Provides low income Portland families with legal assistance.