We’re not just in the business of bettering companies; we’re also committed to supporting and empowering minority youths in the Pacific Northwest community. We partner with local academic nonprofits and athletic clubs to help encourage the development of young entrepreneurs — just like our founders, Dave and Rick, used to be. Contact us to find out more.
The mission of The Martinez Foundation is to improve teacher diversity and the retention of teachers of color in Washington State. We seek to accomplish this by providing scholarship support to teacher candidates in a Masters of Teaching program, early career coaching, and ongoing professional development. The Martinez Foundation grants graduate scholarships and provides support programs to students of color who are pursuing teaching careers and are committed to equity in education and giving back to their communities.
The College Success Foundation is a 501( c )(3) nonprofit organization and provides a unique integrated system of supports and scholarships to inspire underserved, low-income students to finish high school, graduate from college and succeed in life.
AAUW’s National Tech Trek Program is a weeklong summer camp held on 21 college campuses across the nation for girls entering the eighth grade. Through interactive classes, field trips, and workshops led by women professionals, Tech Trek inspires girls’ interest and confidence in STEM.
FC Alliance benefits the community by enabling anyone who wants to play premier soccer to have a chance to do so. As a club, we value our diversity for the spirit of play that it brings and the joy that it provides to friends and family. Our community is stronger because of a strong scholarship program, generously supported by our partner Redapt.
We partner with LEAP to improve academic achievement of Latino/a students in Washington state. Our mission is to promote the advancement of Latino/a students, ensuring they will graduate from high school with the skills, knowledge and confidence needed for success in postsecondary education or in today’s technology-driven workplace.
Redapt supports Latino students at the University of Washington’s Foster School of Business through the Redapt Scholars Program. Redapt Scholars are connected to the Foster School’s Consulting and Business Development Center where they sharpen their skills by working with small Latino-owned firms, receiving mentoring and career guidance.