The Values that Guide Our Work and Choices

New Foundation Wealth Group is guided by the values and cause of the National Life Group. The Cause at National Life comes down to six words: Do good. Be good. Make good. Those are our corporate values and our keystone.

 

Nancy Harris and the New Foundation team use their experience and enthusiasm to support the following community groups:

 

The Rotary Club of Gig Harbor, District 5020 

Service Above Self

Home Page | District 5020 (rotary5020.org)

 

Milgard Women's Initiative (MWI), Milgard School of Business of the University of Washington Tacoma 

Advocating for all women

 https://www.tacoma.uw.edu/mwi

 

Women's Influence Network (WIN), South Sound Chapter 

Empowering professional women to expand their level of leadership and mentorship

 

Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber of Commerce 

Making the South Sound the most equitable and inclusive place to do business in Washington State

 https://www.tacomachamber.org/

 

Financial Literacy and Investment Initiative, Milgard School of Business of the University of Washington Tacoma

https://www.tacoma.uw.edu/milgard-school-business/milgard-school-business

 

The Greater Tacoma Community Foundation 

Strengthening our community by fostering generosity and connecting people who care with causes that matter

 https://www.gtcf.org/

 

The Flathead Community Foundation (FCF) currently The Whitefish Community Foundation 

Giving Together Creates Impact

https://whitefishcommunityfoundation.org/

 

ACLU

– Defending and preserving the rights and liberties that the Constitution guarantees everyone in the United States

https://www.aclu.org

 

Humane Society 

– Creating a more humane society

https://www.humanesociety.org

 

Asian Pacific Islander Student Union (APISU) 

- Promoting Asian and Pacific Islander culture

https://uw-tacoma.presence.io/organization/asian-pacific-islander-student-union

 

First Gen Fellows 

Supporting first-generation students in their transition to university life

https://www.tacoma.uw.edu/firstgen