"Invest in Others" Community Involvement

We Believe in the Importance of Community

Providing exceptional service to clients is the core of what we do. Pinkerton Retirement Specialists believes it is important to go even further by supporting our local communities through charitable giving, corporate sponsorships, and volunteerism. We support organizations and programs that align with our corporate values and directly impact the community. We appreciate the efforts put forth to improve our community and are grateful to support these organizations. 

Boys & Girls Club of Kootenai County

The Clubs help instill positive values and perspective with fun and educational programs during the after-school and summer periods. Boys & Girls Club programs emphasize character and leadership development, education, health, life skills, the arts, and sports fitness. Mentorship is the key component to our club's success - each club member connects with a staff member as an extension of their immediate influence, developing a bond that often lasts a lifetime. Read More »


The National CASA Association is a network of 955 programs that are recruiting, training and supporting volunteers to represent the best interests of abused and neglected children in the courtroom and other settings. Read More »

Romantic Night Benefits CASA - Press Release May 19, 2018: Dan Pinkerton, along with his staff and fellow musicians, hosted a Romantic Night at the Museum over the Mother's Day weekend, benefiting North Idaho CASA. It was held at the Idaho Wildlife Museum on the
Riverstone Park Waterfront, 2000 John Loop, in Coeur d’ Alene. CDA Press Article

Children's Village

Since 1851, the mission of The Children's Village has been to work in partnership with families to help orphans and society's most vulnerable children so that they become educationally proficient, economically productive, and socially responsible members of their communities. Read More »

Coeur d'Alene Chamber of Commerce

The Coeur d'Alene Chamber of Commerce is the premier business organization in North Idaho. With over 1,250 members, it is the second largest Chamber in Idaho and plays a big part in promoting Coeur d'Alene, welcoming newcomers, lobbying the Legislature for our business interests in North Idaho, and bringing events to the area that contribute greatly to our local economy. Read More »

Coeur d'Alene Symphony Orchestra

The Symphony is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in our community through their symphony orchestra. The Coeur d'Alene Symphony is proud to offer superior musical entertainment. Read More »

Crown Financial 

Crown exists to help individuals, families, and churches live in financial freedom as a direct result of heart transformation--debt-free, responsible stewards.  Read More »

Faith Walk Community Fitness Park

The Park is a 10-acre multi-use park whose mission is to foster excellence in character by building the body, mind, and spirit through inspirational education, physical exercise, and community engagement.  www.FaithWalkCDA.org

Good Samaritan Rehabilitation Ranch

Since 2003, hundreds of former drug addicts and jail inmates have gained productive, meaningful lives through this Ranch. Their success rate is phenomenal — nearly 83% never return to the legal system. Read More »

Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity of North Idaho is an ecumenical Christian housing ministry. Our objective is to eliminate poverty housing from the world and make decent shelter a matter of conscience. Bringing those of affluence together with the less fortunate creates a partnership where we build relationships and a sense of community in addition to homes. We serve without regard to race, color, ethnic origin, creed, religion or family status. Read More »

HRC Ministries

Our mission is to reach communities of hurting people with the love of Jesus Christ by offering encouragement, free resources, and services that help individuals and families affected by poverty, abuse, or neglect in the greater Spokane area. Our main areas of focus are restoration for human trafficking survivors, feeding programs, and faith-based outreaches.  Read More »

Idaho Character Foundation

The Idaho Character Council's mission is as straightforward as it is important: "To work together as citizens to encourage good character in ourselves, each other, our families and our communities." Read More »

Idaho Drug Free Youth

IDFY is a group of teenagers who are willing to make Idaho a better place, through their commitment to being drug free, and sharing that choice with others. IDFY not only gives you a way to make that commitment, but a ton of others who are also committing to a drug free life. Read More »

Innovia Foundation

Innovia Foundation is the community foundation for the Inland Northwest, working together to solve the region’s problems, respond to its greatest opportunities, and help those in need.  Read More »

Liberty University

Founded in 1971, Liberty University has become one of the two largest Christian universities in the nation based on student enrollment. Six of Dan & Kathryn Pinkerton’s kids have their degrees from Liberty University. Read More » 

Men's Ministry Catalyst

Working with churches, para-church organizations, conference centers, and Christian businesses, Men's Ministry Catalyst equips men's organizations with best practice strategies, structures, and multi-media presentations to help create vibrant men's ministry models. Our consultation and presentations and resources seek to present the gospel, encourage men to pursue God, and equip them for discipleship and spiritual service in the home, workplace, community, and the world. Read More »

Museum of North Idaho

Located at the heart of a vibrant and welcoming gathering place, the Museum of North Idaho (MONI) collects, preserves, and interprets our community’s history and traditions. MONI envisions becoming a social, cultural, and economic hub through educational programming and dynamic exhibits, while remaining a high-quality research institution and archive. Read More »

North Idaho College Foundation

North Idaho College Foundation and the Alumni Relations department generate the external recognition, support and financial resources the college needs to carry out its mission of serving students. Read More »

Noble Call Institute

Noble Call exists to help men and women experience God’s pleasure as they discover their Noble Calling and become the men and women they were created to be. Read More »

Open Arms Pregnancy Center

Open Arms Pregnancy Center/Real Choices Clinic of Coeur d’Alene is a non-profit, non-denominational, non-political organization that is committed to providing compassion, information and support to anyone facing the challenge of unintended pregnancy. Read More »

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

Since its humble beginnings in the mid-1980s, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation now has more than 231,000 members whose support helped complete more than 13,000 conservation and hunting heritage outreach projects that protected or enhanced more than 8.2 million acres of wildlife habitat and opened or improved public access to more than 1.3 million acres, much of which was completely off-limits to the public. RMEF boasts more than 12,000 volunteers working through more than 500 chapters. Read More»


We are 1.2 million neighbors, friends, and community leaders who come together to create positive, lasting change in our communities and around the world. Our differing occupations, cultures, and countries give us a unique perspective. Our shared passion for service helps us accomplish the remarkable.  Read More »

Salvation Army's Coeur d'Alene Kroc Center

The $72 million Athletic Center and Amphitheater Kroc Center's vision: "To relieve the suffering of the poor, communicate dignity, and provide opportunity to those with limited opportunities to develop their skills to the full extent of their potential." Read More »

Second Harvest

Fighting hunger, feeding hope: Second Harvest brings community resources together to feed people in need through empowerment, education and partnerships. Read More »

Society of Saint Vincent De Paul North Idaho

65 years ago parishioners at St Thomas Catholic Church embarked on a mission to serve the poor and homeless in our area by creating a clothes closet. Their desire was to help others, no matter of religion, race, personal background or gender. St Vincent de Paul North Idaho was born. What all began as a clothes closet at St Thomas Catholic Church has grown to include 2 thrift stores, emergency shelters, transitional housing, affordable housing, a HELP Center and a list of services to become the largest homeless serving agency in the region. Read More »

Stanford University Alumni Association

Founded in 1892 by the University's first graduates, the Stanford Alumni Association‘s mission is all about reaching, serving and engaging Stanford alumni. Dan Pinkerton is a lifetime member of the Association. Read More » 

The Gideons International

The Gideon’s are most recognized for distributing copies of Scripture internationally free of charge, paid for by freewill offerings from local churches and from members themselves. This Bible distribution is a worldwide enterprise taking place in around 200 countries and territories.  Read More »

Union Gospel Mission

Union Gospel Mission's first recovery center for at-risk women and children in Kootenai County patterned after Anna Ogden Hall. Read More »