Community Involvement »
Legacy Group is proud to support its community through donations of time, goods, and services.
Humble Design »
Humble Design and Legacy Group Partner for Change
BECOMING HUMBLE HEROes
Humble Design serves individuals, families, and veterans emerging from homelessness by transforming empty houses into welcoming homes using donated furniture and household goods. They have a warehouse in Seattle stocked with a rotating supply of donated home goods that their design team pulls from to curate a personalized home based on their
clients’ needs and preferences. More than a makeover, it’s a start over. Legacy Group rolled up their sleeves and put their whole heart into their day of service. The experience was life-changing for our volunteers.
Humble Deco »
Joining Forces to Fight Hunger »
LEGACY GROUP JOINS THE
FIGHT AGAINST HUNGER
“Legacy Group has enjoyed over 20 years of growth and success in Western WA and we take great pride in being based here. A big part of our company’s culture is to give back to the community that has treated us so well. When COVID-19 hit, we had drivers on stand-by unemployment and trucks sitting idle so it was a no brainer to redirect our resources to Food Lifeline as the need for their services exploded. They play an essential role in providing nutritious food to those who so desperately need it.”
-Lou Lanthier, Principal at Legacy Group, Inc.
FOOD LIFELINE CORPORATE DONOR OF THE MONTH -JULY 2020
The Sophia Way »
To end homelessness for women by providing shelter, social services, and permanent housing with support.
Legacy Group has a passion for helping their community and for sustainable work practices. We found that we are able to keep gently used furniture from heading to the landfill and give them another life at shelters and organizations in the Greater Seattle area. This is a win-win and something we have done for The Sophia Way, based out of Bellevue, WA.
• Is in good academic standing
• Is actively involved in civic and/or charitable causes
• Has demonstrated a financial need