Shorty’s Cares

Shorty’s Garden & Home employees love people-to-people connections, and believe that meeting neighbors and working toward common goals develop strong communities. We are proud to support non-profit organizations in our communities through partnering and fund-raising events.

As a locally owned, family business, Shorty's values its close relationship with the communities throughout Clark County. Listed below are some of the ways Shorty's has recently partnered with other organizations to help children, those in need, and other local organizations. Shorty's also helps promote educational programs throughout Southwest Washington.

Vancouver Watersheds Council

Vancouver Watersheds Council

Vancouver Watersheds Council

In partnership with the Vancouver Watershed’s Council and Marrion Neighborhood Association, a multipurpose community garden now exists at the Shorty’s Mill Plain location.  Shorty’s is providing land, utilities, and an assortment of donated plants, in conjunction with resources from the Vancouver Watershed’s Council and the Marrion Neighborhood to continually improve the garden space.

Master Gardener's Foundation

Master Gardener's Foundation

Master Gardener's Foundation

Shorty’s provides ongoing donations and sponsorship for the Master Gardener’s Foundation, which provides a crucial gardening and environmental educational resource for Clark County.

Friends of the Poor Walk

Friends of the Poor Walk

Friends of the Poor Walk

St. Vincent de Paul – Walk for the Poor

Shorty’s supported the Fourth Annual Walk for the Poor in 2015 to benefit the needy in the Battle Ground and North Clark County area.

Parks Foundation of Clark County

Parks Foundation of Clark County

Parks Foundation of Clark County

St. Paddy’s for Parks provides a terrific opportunity to welcome Spring to the Pacific Northwest. Held the Friday adjacent to St. Patrick’s Day, the event features live music, Irish food and beer. Proceeds from the event benefit the Parks Foundation of Clark County providing funding to parks, trails, and recreation programs throughout Clark County.  Each year we raise over $15,000 to help support our community.