Auditor's Office Gives Back to the Community

The Auditor's Office believes in the power of community and giving back. We support local charities with donations and our staff volunteer hundreds of hours at organizations helping families across the County.

Each year, our office coordinates a county-wide donation drive benefitting the Little Red School House, which provides free school supplies to children in need in Thurston County. County employees annually raise thousands of dollars and donate hundreds of school supplies, such as backpacks, boxes of pens, scissors, glue, crayons, and binders.


Staff Supported Charities

 

​Pie-in-the-Face Fundraiser for the Little Red School House (2017)

 

Auditor Mary Hall with donated school supplies for the Little Red School House.

 

"Winner" Treasurer Jeff Gadman takes a pie in the face from runner up Brent Butler in the 2017 Pie-in-the-Face fundraiser.

 

Pie-in-the-Face Fundraiser for the Little Red School House (2016)

 

2016 winner, former Public Health Director Tom Stuebner, takes a pie-in-the-face to help raise money for the Little Red School House.

 


 Pie-in-the-Face Fundraiser for the Little Red School House (2015)

 

Thurston County Sheriff John Snaza takes one for the kids. John receives a pie in the face from County Manager Cliff Moore as a fundraiser for Little Red School House.

 


Tillie Naputi-Pullar and Cheryl Rischel with a truck load of School Supplies for Little Red School House

 

Donations for Toys for Tots