When it comes to doing the right thing, it is not necessary to wait for the opportunity to come to you; sometimes all you have to do is LISTEN. Which is exactly what led Cliff Plath and Washington Fruit to create and fund a preschool in Royal, WA.


Washington Fruit gives back to our community by contributing to the following local programs.

Children’s Village is a facility that serves children with special health care or developmental needs and their families.


The March of Dimes Foundation is a nonprofit organization that works to improve the health of mothers and babies.


At ATDI we have one urgently important goal: to end ALS. We envision a future where patients no longer die from ALS and where today’s patients are alive, well, and enjoying the company of their children and grandchildren.


La Casa Hogar provides a variety of services for immigrant women and children.


The Washington Apple Education Foundation fosters educational opportunities, encourages academic excellence and promotes awareness of the values of Washington’s tree fruit industry.


The Vision for Independence Center Offering hope and maximizing quality of life for people with vision loss.


The Madison House Community Youth Center shines Christ’s light and offers hope through relationships, education and activities.


The Yakima Valley Museum, located in Yakima’s beautiful Franklin Park, offers historical exhibits on the Yakima Valley—its natural history, Plateau cultural objects, pioneer life, early city life, and the roots and development of the Valley’s fruit industry.


The Miller Park Community Center, originally built in the 1970s as Yakima’s Senior Center, the building is now used by both YPAL and as the GFI’s Northeast Yakima Youth and Family Development Center.