Find Space


At SRO, we believe that building community is just as important as managing one.

That’s why we’re proud of our decades-long legacy of service and support to the communities we occupy. We seek to steward our resources and expertise wisely and selflessly, improving both the health and welfare of the underserved.

We believe it important to give back to the communities in which we do business and have done so for many decades. We support non-profit groups in the areas of human services, health, education and environment.”
David Schooler
Chairman of the Board

Focus Areas

Hunger & Health

  • Food Lifeline
  • Northwest Harvest
  • Utah Food Bank

Social Services

  • LifeWire
  • Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle
  • Hopelink
  • Treehouse
  • Jewish Family Service
  • Youth Eastside Service
  • Salt Lake Community Action Program
  • Bellevue Lifespring


  • Babies of Homelessness
  • Imagine Housing

Shareholder and Employee Volunteerism and Giving

Part of what makes SRO’s community program so robust is the generosity of our Shareholders and employees who multiply our community impact. Each year, SRO matches employee and Shareholder giving and volunteer hours. In 2023, SRO contributed over $340,000, including over $90,000 in matched employee and shareholder contributions. SRO has been consistently ranked by Puget Sound Business Journal as one of the top midsize corporate philanthropists. The Company’s executives actively serve on many nonprofit boards.

Over the last 25 years