Royal Cause Cares

A glimpse into our community involvement

September 2016

Ronald McDonald Family Meal Program

Preparing and serving dinner is a very gratifying and humbling experience at the Ronald McDonald House. Families with children suffering from life-threatening illness stay at the House while their children are being treated at Children’s Hospital. Preparing and serving dinner through the Family Meal Program is a small way to help make the lives of these families a little less stressful. We enjoyed the experience very much and will be back to prepare more dinners soon!

May 2015

Royal Cause was a proud sponsor of the 2015 Puget Sound Business Journal Corporate Citizenship Award

We enjoyed connecting with a large group of like minded individuals that genuinely care about our local community!

August 2014

Bowling for Kids Sake

This is a national Big Brothers Big Sisters event that happens twice a year.

Most of the local Royal Cause team turned out for this fund-raising event. We missed all our remote workers and those that couldn’t make it. We suspect some of them stayed home for the Seahawks game. They didn’t need to. Big screen TVs gave us the connection to the home team and at the same time we raised some money for the BBBS. We believe we will be back next time and once again sweep the championship.

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Our Founder’s Background

Through our founder, Terrence, Royal Cause has a strong affinity to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Snohomish County. On a personal level Terrence has been involved with this organization for more than 6 years. He serves as Treasurer on the board, a devoted volunteer and is a former youth mentor – among the BBBS crowd – they call them a BIG. This follows 25 years of youth mentoring and service in the greater Seattle community. Many of it spent at ground-zero volunteering.

In addition to his financial and board commitment Terrence is also a member of the executive board for Big Brothers Big Sisters, a member of the YMCA Technology Advisory Committee and Big Brother Big Sisters Program Delivery Committee. At the civic level Terrence is also a member of the Snohomish County Youth Development Coalition.

Prior to Terrence’s involvement within Snohomish county, Terrence provided volunteer and financial support to a Youth Transition home in Seattle. (Labateyah Youth Home) This unique home furnishes shelter, counseling, educational opportunities and role models to guide youth of all ages and backgrounds along their journey to adulthood.