Our Annual Partners and Sponsors

We’d like to thank our partners and annual sponsors for their continual efforts to support our pre-apprenticeship programs. These partners donate to us annually in the form of funding, sponsoring the certifications that our students earn and/or materials and supplies for our classes. 

Interested in partnering with us? Click here to learn more about becoming one of our annual sponsors.

We accept donations in the form of:

-Monetary donations

-Sponsoring industry certifications

-Building materials

-Event sponsorship

Our 2020 Partners and Sponsors:

$25,000 +

$11,000-$15,000

$1,000-$10,000

Seattle Mariners – $2,500
Mortenson – $2,500
Pacific Northwest Carpenters  – $2,500
Prime Electric – $2,500
Seattle Building Trades – $2,500
Washington State Labor Council – $2,500

Sound Transit – $2,500

Tudor Foundation – $2,500

PSF Mechanical – $1,800

Mortensen Construction – $2,500
AGC – $1,000
Apollo Mechanical – $1,000
Cement Masons  – $500
CITC– $500

Why Our Partners Work With Us

“ANEW is a great partner for us in helping to develop our workforce of the future, providing opportunities for underrepresented communities to find a career in construction. Their Pre-apprenticeship programs consistently turn out high quality, ambitious workers who are important contributors on our job-sites.”

Dave Johnson

Vice President , Hoffman Construction

“At GLY, a key part of our mission is investing in the social and economic sustainability of our region. This goes hand in hand with supporting organizations like ANEW, which help build a thriving pipeline of diverse talent in our industry. We highly value this partnership because of the amazing programming, financial support and employment navigation offered to students seeking a rewarding career in construction. ANEW is our future, and we are proud to come alongside the men and women who make this such a great organization!”

Jane Lyda Mounsey

SHRM-SCP, Human Resources Director, GLY Construction

“At Sellen, we recognize the need to create opportunities for those underrepresented at all roles in our industry, and we believe there is room in the trades for everyone. If we lean into creating a more equitable environment for all people, our industry will benefit from a stronger, more diverse workforce. Supporting ANEW and the vital programs they provide is one way Sellen is helping to drive this change. ANEW is powerful, thorough, and dedicated to their mission, and we’re seeing gains through their work.”

Tim McKey

Sellen’s COO-Field Operations, Sellen Construction

Over the past 40 years, ANEW has played an important role in developing diversity in the mechanical industry by creating opportunity for women and people of color to learn building trade fundamentals.  ANEW has been a valuable resource for Hermanson and we appreciate the quality and caliber of candidates ready to engage and work hard.

Rick Hermanson

CEO, Hermanson Company