Who Supports Us

Our Mission: Building and Sustaining Community Through a Vibrant Downtown. This is a mission that is met through the invaluable support of many types of Partners: local businesses, nonprofit partners, large regional companies, local governmental and civic organizations and individual citizens. Their support comes in many forms, from tax credit incentive contributions, to event sponsorships. We are so grateful to all and glad to acknowledge their support.

Washington Main Street Tax Credit Incentive Program Donors


  • Ace Hardware, Bainbridge Island
  • City of Bainbridge Island
  • Puget Sound Energy, Inc.
  • Kitsap Bank
  • Town & Country Markets


  • Foster Law Group PLLC


  • Columbia State Bank
  • Cook Family Funeral Home and Cremation Services
  • Eagle Harbor Wine Company
  • Eleven Winery
  • Fairbank Construction Company
  • Indie Books LLC (Eagle Harbor Book Co.)
  • Island Health And Fitness LLC
  • Pradel Financial Group
  • The Traveler
  • Wildernest Outdoor Store

Flower Basket Sponsors

  • Bainbridge Island Downtown Association; Board of Directors
    In Loving Memory of Brianne Magruder/Columbia Bank
  • Bainbridge Island Downtown Association; Board of Directors
    In Loving Memory of Maxine Wood, mother of Susan Taylor, mother-in-law of Barbara Tolliver
  • Bainbridge Island Farmer’s Market
    dedicated to Charles Schafer, “The Bainbridge Bee Man”
  • Bon Bon – In Loving Memory of Bill Hemp who passed away December, 2018. Bill was an Island artist who sketched most of Bainbridge Island; he was first a customer and then became a good friend whom we miss.
  • Churchmouse Yarns & Teas –Thanks for Shopping Downtown
  • Dana’s Showhouse – In Support of Downtown
  • Eagle Harbor Congregational Church – In Support of Downtown
  • Heart – In Support of Downtown
  • Millstream – In Support of Downtown
  • Quality Inn & Suites – In Support of Downtown
  • Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty – In Support of Downtown
  • Salt House Mercantile – In Support of Downtown
  • Susie Burdick – In honor of Eunice Glass who passed away April, 2019 at 101 years old. She was a loving, compassionate person who always cared more about others than herself. She was and is a role model for how to live with love in this world. Also in honor of Michelle Worley and our Madison House family.
  • Toilsome Construction – In Support of Downtown

Event Sponsors

  • First Friday Art Walk: City of Bainbridge Island
  • Girlfriends’ Day Out: Bainbridge Performing Arts, Berry Patch Kitchen Store, Churchmouse Yarns & Teas, Covet, Dana’s Showhouse, Destination Bainbridge, Fairy Tale Dental, Pelindaba Lavender, Salt House Mercantile, State Farm Insurance (Agent; Paula Weissinger), Tour Bainbridge, Willowtree Market
  • Holiday Tree Lighting: Calico Toy Shoppe, Dana’s Showhouse, Destination Bainbridge, Cook Family Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Fairy Tale Dental, The Marshall Suites, Puget Sound Energy
  • July 3rd Street Dance: Columbia Bank, Eileen Black/John L. Scott Realty, Destination Bainbridge, Tour Bainbridge, Bainbridge Island Metro Park and Recreation District, City of Bainbridge Island, Flamingo Audio, Puget Sound Energy
  • Trick or Treat Downtown: Cook Family Funeral Home and Cremation Services

One Call For All

  • Bainbridge Vision Inc PS
  • Jorge Barrios & Deanna Wilkes-Gibbs
  • Bill & Carol Barrow
  • Stephen Arnold & Laurie Bauman
  • Patricia & Charles Bell
  • Jean Bowman
  • Denise & Jeffrey Brown
  • Carol Chapman
  • Julie Collis
  • The Cunningham Family Foundation
  • Mike Derzon & Robin Supplee
  • Svend & Edie Hartman
  • Diane L. Hooper
  • Steve & Amy Houmes
  • Art Schmidt & Robin Hunt
  • Laura Knight
  • Clint Knudsen
  • Alice Leach
  • Judi & Lee Leader
  • Joan Lukasik & Tim Leyh
  • James & Holly McIver
  • Michael Milligan & Jeannie E.
  • Silven Moench
  • Charles Peterson
  • Susan & Mark Shaffer
  • Thomas & Susan Skalek
  • Cathy Jones-Smith & Martin F. Smith
  • Irene & Marc Smith
  • William & Connie Waddington
  • Brenda & Stuart Wakeham
  • Kol Medina & Elsa Watson
  • Neal & Holly White

B & O Tax Incentive Program

The Main Street Tax Credit Incentive Program provides a Business & Occupation (B&O) or Public Utility Tax (PUT) credit for private contributions given to eligible downtown organizations such as the Bainbridge Island Downtown Association. Once your business’s donation request is approved by the Department of Revenue, you are eligible for a tax credit worth 75% of the contribution to BIDA. If your downtown organization is a 501(c)(3) you may be eligible for a federal income tax deduction as a charitable contribution.

Donation requests are easy to submit online, and the donation can be spread throughout the calendar year. Please contact us for more details; we would be happy to set up an appointment to discuss the ways in which the B&O/PUT tax incentive program can benefit both your business and our community!

More information can be found here.

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