We work hard every day to earn your trust. It must be working because of all the referrals we get. When you share our name with your friends and family, it means a great deal to us. We feel appreciated.
Referring us to your friends means you're helping them too. We will compare insurance prices and look for potential coverage gaps to ensure they have the best protection at the lowest possible price.
As a special thank you for spreading the word about Davidson & Associates Insurance, each time you send us a referral, we will donate $25 to a local non-profit organization!
If you're not a current client, please use the above button to "refer yourself"! We will ask for contact information and someone from our team will be in touch with you shortly. Or feel free to give us a call at (360) 514-9550 and mention that you want to help support our Referral Rewards Partner.
Already a client? Thank you for your loyalty, we appreciate getting to work with you and your family! We ask that you spread the word about our agency and refer your friends, family members or colleagues to our agency as well!
*Referrals allow you or your friends/family to get a free, no obligation quote on your insurance needs. If you ultimately decide we are not the right fit, we will still make the donation in your name*
During the month of March, Davidson & Associates is proud to support such a worthy cause, the Council for the Homeless. This nonprofit organization provides community leadership, compelling advocacy and practical solutions to prevent and end homelessness in Clark County, WA. Since its founding in 1989, Council for the Homeless has strived to create an effective, efficient and humane response to homelessness by collaborating with government partners, educators, business leaders, healthcare providers, communities of faith, and many more. Council for the Homeless recognizes the need in Clark County and provides assistance through the following avenues:
Community Leadership: CFTH leads the community’s efforts to ensure that everyone experiencing homelessness can secure a safe and healthy home. No other organization in the community performs the same functions. Council for the Homeless is the hub for shelter and housing assistance and operates the Housing Hotline. In addition, they work cross-sector to lead collaborations such as increasing shelter capacity during winter weather.
Compelling Advocacy: Council for the Homeless organizes advocacy initiatives that improve the lives of our most vulnerable neighbors. During the annual WA State legislative session, CFTH promotes legislative priorities that progress affordable housing, tenant rights and homeless services as well as taking the lead on local initiatives. In 2015, CFTH led the efforts to increase notice for no-cause eviction from 20 to 60 days and increase notice for large rent increases from 30 to 45 days in the city of Vancouver.
Practical Solutions: Council for the Homeless initiates a variety of ways to help alleviate the trauma of homelessness and empower people to thrive. They operate the Housing Solutions Center, which is our community’s centralized access point for emergency shelter and over 40 housing assistance programs operated by partner agencies. This level of coordination is a hallmark of our community. People in need only have one number and one place to go to learn about available assistance and to get started on their best-fit housing solution.
Financial donations to Council of the Homeless make a big difference in our community. You can help people move from their car, tent, or trailer into an apartment by donating:
$50 for twenty day passes to access employment and services by bus
$100 for an apartment application fee for a family with two adults
$500 for a move in deposit for a new home
During the month of March, our agency is supporting Council for the Homeless with our Referral Rewards Program which means that each time we receive a referral for a free, no obligation insurance quote—we will donate $25 to this phenomenal organization!
For more information about the Council for the Homeless and other ways to get involved and make a difference, visit their website at
January: The Hough Foundation
February: West Columbia Gorge Humane Society
March: The Council for the Homeless
April: Ready to Rise Clark County
June: Lelooska Foundation
July: Innovative Services NW
August: Open House Ministries
September: Friends of the Ridgefield Library
October: YWCA Clark County CASA Program
November: Columbia Springs
December: The Giving Closet