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Join us in celebrating the impact we’re creating together.

It’s because of you – First Tech members, employees, and friends – that we’re able to give back to our community and create a legacy of impact.

This Season of Giving, you voted to support organizations that are making a difference in the lives of those who need it most. Together, we gave $213,000 to 95 organizations that help children and families access resources and build foundations on which they can thrive.  

With 27,368 employee volunteer hours logged in 2019 – and still counting! – First Tech employees contributed 6,250 volunteer hours at more than 82 volunteer events during the Season of Giving alone.

“We’re proud to support these wonderful organizations as they strive to create long-lasting change in areas of our community that need it most,” said First Tech President and CEO Greg Mitchell. “Thanks to the support of our valued members, employees and partners, we’re building a legacy of impact – for our neighbors, our friends, and our families – so our communities thrive for generations to come.”

Thank you to our nonprofit partners, members, and employees for helping to create an impact for generations to come. Here’s a snapshot of how we made a difference, together: 

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Page Ahead, Washington
Page Ahead is a leading provider of literacy support for children and families, and their programs ensure that every child has a strong foundation to launch from. First Tech’s $19,160 donation will fund the purchase of 4,000 new books that will shape and propel the learning and achievement of more than 400 children across Washington.
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Oregon Food Bank
Every month, the Oregon Food Bank supports over 260,000 people, including 86,000 children; ensuring equitable access to healthy foods and nutrition programs. Through the $24,500 in Season of Giving funding, the Oregon Food Bank is able to continue supporting children and families experiencing food insecurity in Oregon and SW Washington.
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UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital, Oakland, California
Our $23,320 donation to UCSF Benioff will support and sustain the Child Life program where highly-trained specialists provide hospitalized children with opportunities to engage in therapeutic play, education, and self-expression as they receive life-saving care.