“Community.” “Giving back.” “Pay it forward.” At Isler Northwest, these are more than just words. It is who we are at our core. We walk the walk by volunteering both individually and as a firm. We continually seek out opportunities to give back to the communities in which we live and work—as volunteers to food banks and schools, as donors to charitable organizations and university scholarships, as advisors and board members to businesses and nonprofit organizations.

Year-end tax tips for charitable giving this holiday season

Article by Jeff Brown | Featured on CNBC.com For most people, giving to charity is simply a matter of goodwill and generosity. But there are tax benefits, and they can be significant. Knowing how to get a tax deduction can allow you to give even more. But you’ve got to follow the rules. And as with […]

Donations To Randall Children’s Hospital

For our annual toy drive Isler NW has donated $1,000 worth of toys to Randall Children’s Hospital. This wish list consists of toys and supplies which can be enjoyed by hospitalized patients throughout the year. These items are used to stock the playrooms, where multiple patients can benefit from playing with the toys, and also […]

Isler Community Involvement - Vital Life Foundation

The Vital Life Foundation

The Vital Life Foundation’s mission is to support organizations and programs that provide meaning and vitality in the lives of seniors and staff members living and working in long term care. Isler Northwest is a proud corporate donor to the Vital Life Foundation and supporter of its efforts to provide support for youth, wellness, education, […]

KGW School Supply Drive - Isler NW

Community Involvement – KGW School Supply Drive

Isler Northwest LLC proudly supported the KGW School Supply Drive this summer. The goal of the KGW School Supply Drive was to collect enough school supplies and cash to send 8,000 students in need back to school fully equipped to learn. All donations went to Schoolhouse Supplies, a local nonprofit organization that supports public education […]