CPW Community Partnerships Work
Your referrals mean the world to us. We work hard to earn each referral with great service and appreciation for your business every day. As our way of saying thank you, we will donate $25 for each new referral policy we receive to one of our tow community partners. “The best compliment from a client is a referral.”
At CPW-Northwest Premier we believe in giving back tot he community and we have chosen The Women’s Resource Center and Alatheia Therapeutic Riding Center as the recipients for our donations.
The Women’s Resource Center has worked with people in need in our community for over 30 years. They currently focus on homeless housing and operate several programs to help alleviate homelessness and to help people keep or find housing. The Women’s Resource Center is best known for their transitional housing program at the old Bruce Hotel in downtown Wenatchee. The Bruce program is a two-year, clean and sober program that helps homeless individuals and families transition from homelessness to permanent housing. They also operate two Permanent Supportive Housing Programs, a Homeless Student Support Partnership with Wenatchee School District, a Landlord-Tenant Liaison Program and a Street Outreach Program. “We envision a world where everyone has a safe, warm place to call home.”
Alatheia Therapeutic Riding Center was created in 2011 to serve the special needs community of the greater Wenatchee Valley and is dedicated to changing lives with the healing power of horses. Between the therapeutic and adaptive riding programs and a large volunteer team, Alatheia serves a wide range of special needs, including physical, learning, and social disabilities. Riders range in age from 3 to 87. Activities on and off the horses increase strength, balance, coordination, independence and confidence while providing opportunities to accomplish goals riders never though possible.