Changing lives; this is what we hold in the highest regard.

 

Our Philanthropic Commitment

What drives our success in real estate development is the opportunity to give back to a greater extent.

At the end of the day, it's that contribution to our local community that drives our underlying purpose—changing lives.

Mountain West Investment Corporation’s philanthropic outreach is focused on improving lives. Our support is targeted toward serving children, seniors, and vulnerable populations.

The Department of Mission Advancement LLC, a subsidiary of the Mountain West Investment Corporation, is an extension of our philanthropic work, assisting the nonprofit community through strengthening leadership, increasing organizational capacity and developing effective strategies.

 
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    Family Building Blocks

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    Marion-Polk Food Share

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    Salem-Keizer Career Technical Education Center

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    Salem Riverfront Park Splash Pad

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    Catholic Community Services

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    Boys and Girls Club of Salem

Special Projects & Sustained Giving

 
 
Salem,Oregon

The Edward F. Tokarski Home

When receiving hospice care in one’s own home is not an option, Willamette Valley Hospice offers the Edward F. Tokarski Home for our hospice patients who need a place to call home in their final months of life.

Located at 1020 Elm Street NW, adjacent to Willamette Valley Hospice administrative offices, the home is licensed as a class 3 adult foster home by the state of Oregon. Individualized care is provided for up to 5 residents who are also enrolled as patients of Willamette Valley Hospice.

For more information, please visit:
The Edward F Tokarski Home

 

Salem,Oregon

Salem-Keizer Career Technical Education Center

CTEC, the Career Technical Education Center, is a joint venture between private industry and public education with the intent of helping Salem-Keizer students develop academic proficiency, technical skills and certification, as well as the “soft skills” needed to assure preparedness and success in both careers and college. Opening in the fall of 2015, students will have the opportunity to learn advanced, career-related, skills-based course work designed to help them explore a variety of career paths and explore post-secondary educational options.

CTEC is located at 3501 Portland Rd, Salem, OR. The center is housed in the former Neilsen Manufacturing Plant, approximately ½ mile south of the State Police department and the KROC Center.

For more information please contact Salem-Keizer Public Schools or visit
CTEC Salem Keizer