- IEC National Excellence
- CNA National Safety
- Fourth of July
- Training Center
- IETT Trust
- Habitat for Humanity
- Boots & Beers
Commitment to Enhancing our Communities from Cox Electric:
Zandi Cox currently serves as the Chairperson for the Independent Electrical Training Trust, a volunteer position serving the Trust, which oversees all finances and financial policies as well as makes recommendations on program changes and investments. The Training Trust is a requirement of BOLI and the JATC for an Apprentice Training Program in Oregon.
Since 2012 Cox Electric has contributed labor and materials in excess of $21,000 to aide in the completion of 17 Habitat for Humanity homes in Partnership with Newberg Area Habitat for Humanity and Silverton Habitat for Humanity.
Since 2012 Cox Electric has contributed labor and materials in excess of $67,000 to aide in the upgrade of non-profit community facilities including but not limited to: Independent Electrical Training Center Salem OR; Good Neighbor Center Tigard OR, Holy Family School Portland OR, Salvation Army Community Center Portland OR, Woodburn Arts Center Woodburn OR; Neuvo Amancer Woodburn OR, Chamber of Commerce Woodburn OR; Chamber of Commerce Molalla OR; Chehalem Art Center Newberg OR; Mid Valley Community Church Woodburn OR; Newberg Habitat for Humanity Re-Store Newberg OR; Woodburn Habitat for Humanity ReStore Woodburn OR; City Center Park Woodburn OR; Oregon Berry Museum Woodburn OR; Gervais High School Gervais OR; Gervais Elementary School Gervais, OR.
Since 2013 Cox Electric has donated in excess of $17,000 of free or steeply discounted labor and materials to persons in need including seniors, women with children, minorities, and people with disabilities for necessary and urgent electrical repairs and upgrades to their homes and occasional select small businesses.