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You’ve Been Perked

At Pacific Perks, we believe strongly in giving back to the communities we serve. Much of our success can be attributed to all the community support we’ve received throughout the years, and we want to show our appreciation through continuous direct and in-kind donations throughout Oregon and Washington.

In an effort to make this mission official, we launched the “You’ve Been Perked” campaign in January, 2015, which will be an ongoing program to support other groups who are selflessly and generously giving. Free Espresso Bars will be given to various organizations who will then have the opportunity to “perk it forward” by nominating others.

The very first “You’ve Been Perked” recipient was The Gardner School of Arts and Science in Vancouver, WA, who utilized their free Espresso Bar at the Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce (GVCC) Business After Hours event on January 27th. Since then, several other organizations have either been nominees or recipients of a free Pacific Perks service, including Share, Community Services Northwest, Friends of the Carpenter, Clark County Food Bank, Humane Society for SW Washington, and Community Foundation of SW Washington. Winners are determined via likes and shares on the Pacific Perks official Facebook page.

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Friends of the Carpenter

Congratulations to Friends of the Carpenter, our new recipient of a FREE ESPRESSO BAR through our You’ve Been Perked Campaign! Next nominees are: Open House Ministries, Partners in Careers, and FISH of Vancouver.

The Gardner School of Arts and Sciences

Congratulations to our very first recipient of the You’ve Been Perked Program – The Gardner School! They have nominated the Humane Society of Southwest Washington, Share, and the Community Foundation as the next possible recipients. Go to our Facebook page to vote, and let us know if you have a worthy organization you’d like to nominate!

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