Faith Technologies is driving change in our communities.
We’re proud to be considered for many sponsorship opportunities each year. Through our associations with local communities and fellow business partners, we are proud to support numerous requests that meet our giving priorities and further the mission and values in which we believe.
Faith Technologies’ Charitable Giving Priorities focus on non-profit 501(c)3 organizations that:
- Advocates for the furthering of education and skills related to our industry
- Promotes health and wellness for our communities
- Contributes to the sustainability and conservation of our environmental assets
- Supports the well-being of military veterans
- Prevents poverty through innovative social programs
Instructions for Submitting a Request
Review the Charitable Giving Priorities above.
Make sure to review the details of our Giving Guidelines.
Complete the Giving Application.
Email your request,
including all supporting
documentation, to email@example.com
While it’s not possible to support every cause with which we are presented, it’s a great privilege and joy to support and invest in our local communities, not only on a professional level, but in a way that makes our families, neighborhoods, and communities stronger.
Community Involvement Spotlight
Environmental Learning Campus
Bubolz Nature Preserve
Faith Technologies was the leading corporate sponsor of the new 18,000 square foot environmental center at the Fox Cities Environmental Learning Campus at Bubolz Nature Preserve in Northeast Wisconsin. Faith continues to provide volunteer support, project leadership and program sponsorship to help the non-profit organization become self-sustaining.
In addition, we partnered with Schneider Electric to build a state-of-the-art microgrid to power the building with renewable energy. The project not only provides free energy to the non-profit nature preserve, it educates students and visitors about the most advanced energy conservation methods in the world.
As the first-of-its kind in the Midwest, the microgrid demonstrates the cleanest, most reliable and efficient energy solutions available today.
American Heart Association
Heart Walks & Heart Ball
Each year, Faith Technologies sponsors heart walks in Kansas and Oklahoma, and encourages employees and their families to participate in an effort to promote healthy lifestyles and show support for the American Heart Association (AHA). In 2019, for the sixth consecutive year, Faith Technologies supported the Kansas City and Madison, Wisconsin Heart Ball, which raised more than $1,000,000 for the AHA.
Our Madison and Milwaukee, Wisconsin locations also sponsored AHA events in the fight against heart disease and stroke. In addition, Faith Technologies matched more than $13,000 of employee donations to AHA through our matching gift program.
Habitat for Humanity
Rock the Block Program
Eighty-five Faith Technologies employees volunteered to paint houses, repair fences, do yard work and install windows on homes throughout the months of August-November 2019 as part of Habitat for Humanity’s largest Rock the Block event in U.S. history. The project impacted 100 homes and families in Menasha, Wisconsin.
Rock the Block provides a path for homeowners, organizations and volunteers to come together to assist low-income residents with needed home repairs. The end result is a revitalized neighborhood and positive, community connections that are made throughout the process. Faith Technologies also provided a $20,000 donation to support the effort.
Other Charitable Support
American Red Cross
In 2019, Faith Technologies made a contribution to the American Red Cross to purchase smoke detectors for their Sound the Alarm program. Our Green Bay and Milwaukee, Wisconsin locations also provided volunteers to install the alarms in local neighborhoods.
Cancer Research and Prevention
In 2019, several of Faith Technologies’ offices participate in fundraisers for the American Cancer Society, including the Relay for Life in the Fox Cities, Cattle Barron’s Ball in Tulsa, and Gunning for Hope in Madison, Wisconsin. Teams in Kansas City hosted a fundraising tournament to raise funds for the Light the Night event supporting the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Faith Technologies also sponsored and participated in the Gold 4 Kids Cancer Foundation Run/Walk in Tulsa.
In 2019, Faith Technologies proudly participated in the Pop! Event to support Catalpa Health. This pop-up fundraising event is held annually to support mental health and wellness for children.
Community Blood Center
Faith Technologies’ employees participate in company sponsored blood drives held five to six times per year at several of our branch locations, including the Fox Cities, Kansas City, Atlanta and Nashville.
Faith Technologies has a long tradition of being involved in Junior Achievement to help to provide professional mentorship to students. Each year, we sponsor fundraising events, such as the Business Challenge or Technical Careers Challenge. In addition, several employees volunteer one hour a week in area classrooms to help young students prepare for their future careers.
For more than 30 years, Faith Technologies has provided in-kind donation support to Rawhide, a residential care and outpatient mental health services organization dedicated to helping at-risk youth and their families. Located in the heart of Wisconsin, Rawhide has changed the lives of thousands of youth that have either lived on the residential campus or received services through their outpatient counseling clinics.
Their faith-based program and servant leadership approach has achieved a 73%-80% success rate, one of the highest in the country for court-referred youth, according to Guidestar. To learn more about Rawhide, visit their website or order the book www.Our351Sons.com that tells the story of how it all began. Proceeds from the book support the mission of Rawhide.
Second Harvest Food Bank of Southern Wisconsin
In 2019, Faith Technologies’ annual charity golf outing to benefit Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin raised $6,813.00. The money collected provided 20,453 meals to feed the hungry throughout southern Wisconsin. Since 2004, this annual outing has raised more than $91,000 and 6,408 pounds of food for Second Harvest Foodbank.
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
In 2019, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital was chosen as the recipient of the $5,000 grant that was awarded as a result of Faith Technologies’ annual holiday campaign.
Customers and employees were invited to vote for one of five charities that align with our giving guidelines. The three-week promotion encouraged our employees and followers to take a break, recharge and connect with others during the holidays. Nearly 1,000 people voted, and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital was the top choice. The other four participating charities included: Big Brothers/Big Sisters of America, National Environmental Education Foundation, Feeding America, and Operation Homefront
The Salvation Army
Each year, several of Faith Technologies’ offices participate in fundraisers supporting the Salvation Army, including the Red Kettle Campaign and Adopt-A-Family Program.
During the holiday season, employees and their families ring bells and Faith Technologies matches all donations received. Through the Adopt-A-Family Program, employees can purchase gifts for members of their adopted family. The program matches families in need with individual or group sponsors.
Each year, Faith Technologies holds an annual employee fundraising campaign to support United Way at each of our branch locations. Our 2019 workplace campaign generated $94,544, an increase of 30% over the 2018 campaign. Funds raised in each of the branch locations stay in their respective communities to help local families in need.
Youth Mentoring Organizations
Faith Technologies continues to support several youth organizations that focus on building our leaders of tomorrow. This includes the Boys & Girls Club in Kansas City and Fox Cities, Boys & Girls Brigade, Youth-Go, and Boys & Girls Scouts in the Fox Cities, Skills USA in Tulsa, ABC of Wisconsin and the ACE Mentor program in Atlanta.