We would like to thank the following key members:

The Surdna Foundation seeks to foster sustainable communities in the United States -- communities guided by principles of social justice and distinguished by healthy environments, strong local economies, and thriving cultures.

Bank of America is working to connect communities to better economic futures, and they’re taking a comprehensive approach to providing meaningful response to needs related to housing, hunger and jobs.


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Wells Fargo is proud to support organizations working to strengthen our communities. Through the efforts of their enthusiastic team member-volunteers and their contributions, they share success within our communities by giving back to non-profits and educational institutions that address vital community needs and issues.

Since its founding in 1907, UPS® (NYSE:UPS) has built a legacy as a caring and responsible corporate citizen, supporting programs that provide long-term solutions to community needs. The UPS Foundation, founded in 1951, is responsible for facilitating community involvement in local, national and global communities. In 2013 UPS and its employees, active and retired, invested more than $102 million and contributed 1.8 million hours of volunteer time globally. The UPS Foundation can be found on the web at UPS.com/foundation.

Since 1997, REDF, a California-based nonprofit, has led the pioneering effort to create jobs and employment opportunities for people facing the greatest barriers to work—like young people who’ve dropped out of school, people who’ve been in prison or homeless, and those who live with mental health disabilities. REDF believes the opportunity to work should be available to everyone, everywhere. They know the power jobs can have in transforming lives and communities.

Catholic Charities USA supports their agencies across the country in their work to provide critical services to those in need, advocates for justice in social structures and calls the entire church and other people of good will to do the same.


We would like to thank the following members at the Partner level:



One of the largest nonprofits in Colorado Springs, AspenPointe traces its roots back to 1875 when it was called the Springs Relief Society. That organization, which delivered coal, lumber and clothing to the needy, was the genesis of what today is 12 organizations that serve more than 30,000 individuals and families each year through services in mental health, substance abuse, employment & career development, education, housing, jail diversion/reintegration, telephonic wellness and provider network services.


HTC holds the view that work is inherently dignified and fulfilling, and that individuals with barriers to employment deserve the opportunity to work and to achieve their fullest potential. They are committed to providing training, work and supportive services for those with obstacles to employment, and to providing counseling and clinical services for those seeking to improve the overall quality of their lives.

At Benetech® the goal is simple: to see that technology fully serves all of humanity. Together with partners and supporters worldwide, they use technology innovation and business expertise to solve unmet social needs. Leveraging the intellectual capital and resources of Silicon Valley, they create solutions that are truly life-changing for the people we touch. Benetech's global portfolio of social enterprises has been instrumental in improving the fields of access to literacy, human rights, and the environment.


Alternative Staffing Alliance is a membership organization for alternative staffing organizations. Alternative staffing is an employment strategy that uses a temporary staffing business platform coupled with supportive services to help people with obstacles to employment enter and advance in the workforce.


Catalyst Kitchens is a collaborative network of organizations with a shared vision to empower lives through job training, self-generate revenue through social enterprise, and nourish bodies and minds through quality foodservice.


RSF Social Finance offers investing, lending, and giving services to individuals and enterprises committed to improving society and the environment. They currently have over 1,600 clients who are creating enormous positive impact by helping us redirect the flow of money from global capital markets to local ones.



SourceAmerica (formerly NISH), a national nonprofit, is the leading source of job opportunities for a dedicated and highly qualified workforce – people with significant disabilities. Through their work, they make the American Dream more accessible to a segment of the population where nearly 80% do not have jobs.


Humanim was founded in 1971 as a not for profit organization serving individuals with disabilities and other barriers to employment.  Their growth through the years has reached individuals of all ages through many areas of human services.  Humanim’s mission is to identify those in greatest need and provide uncompromising human services. Humanim has five core service areas: Workforce Development, Mental Health, Neuro-Rehabilitation, Developmental Disabilities and Deaf Services.


Network for Good powers more digital giving than any other platform. They provide nonprofits, corporations, and software developers with simple solutions to power the good they do with supporters, employees, and consumers.


seToolbelt is an open content resource hub that helps social entrepreneurs plan, launch, manage, and grow successful social enterprises.


thedatabank creates positive social change through technology by providing high performance, easy to use, affordable software solutions to nonprofit organizations; and by providing a workplace that respects diversity, encourages innovation, and creates sustainable employment for our community.


Lancaster County Community Foundation helps people who love Lancaster County invest in the future of the community. Since 1924 they’ve been helping people establish permanent funds for the causes they care about and making grant investments to organizations that create a stronger and more vibrant quality of life.

TechSoup Global, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, was founded in 1987 on the belief that technology is a powerful enabler for social change. Since then, they’ve assembled a worldwide network of individuals and organizations that share this conviction. This network—one that you likely belong to—is working together to develop and share innovative solutions to our most urgent social challenges.









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