Harley Marine Becomes Corporate Sponsor

Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Over the past 21 years Harley Marine’s charitable contributions have benefited the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Seattle Children’s Home, American Cancer Society, Big Brothers Big Sister, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Millionaire Club Charity and several other honorable organizations. 

This year, Harley Marine Services became a member of the Virginia Mason Corporate Partnership Program. The partnership allows Harley Marine to combine forces with Virginia Mason in their effort to improve health care for their patients, as well as raise awareness and outreach to the local community. 

“We are proud of our partnership with Harley Marine Services,” said Karin Huelsbeck, Director of Corporate Partnerships for the Virginia Mason Foundation. “Harley Marine shares our vision for better quality health care for their employees, our community and beyond. Together with our corporate partners, we are leading the way to change health care so that it is better, faster and more affordable. We are grateful to the Harley Marine team for their incredible philanthropic contributions and for providing the support we need at Virginia Mason to best serve our patients.”


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