Building our Community Legacy
Each one of us at Baker Boyer is deeply committed to the communities we serve. Professionally, that means we do our best to create solutions uniquely tailored
Contributions and Sponsorships
As a bank, Baker Boyer supports hundreds of organizations each year through contributions and sponsorships. Some of these are long-term relationships with organizations and events like Frontier Days in Walla Walla, the Trios Foundation scholarships in Kennewick, and the Yakima Town Hall speaker series. We support dozens of school and youth teams and clubs. And our employees make personal contributions through our annual United Way campaign, supported by corporate matching gifts.
In 2016, Baker Boyer introduced an addition to their community gifting program to strengthen its mission to help build local legacies. The Legacy Giving Program is designed to help alleviate some of the costs of building a non-profit organization’s legacy. You can learn more about the Legacy Gift Program here, and see profiles of prior recipients below.
Baker Boyer employees are actively involved in dozens of community organizations. Some serve on Boards of local nonprofits. Some are active members of organizations like Rotary, Exchange Club, and Elks. Many more serve as coaches, classroom volunteers, and mentors. See below for our Featured Community Volunteer.
Annual Giving Report
Baker Boyer is proud to present Annual Giving Report for 2021. A lot of behind-the-scenes work takes place at Baker Boyer throughout the year from our employees volunteering to the donations that are made to organizations and non-profits in our communities we serve. Read the full report below or click the link below to download.
Making A Difference
Baker Boyer Giving Back
At Baker Boyer, we believe in investing in the people and organizations that make up our communities. Yakima Union Gospel Mission is an organization that serves people experiencing homelessness. Members of the organization discuss the impact they are having in the Yakima community.
Do no harm was the guiding philosophy of Dorsey Baker and John Boyer when they formed Baker Boyer Bank. That culture of fostering our community and doing no harm has been passed down through generations since.
Read our environmental, social, and governance (ESG) principles in our first ESG report to learn more.