Giving Back

Annual Earth Day Event

Every year, TEECOM looks for ways to make a difference in the community of Oakland, where our headquarters is located. On Friday, April 21st, we’re teaming up with Urban Releaf, a local non-profit organization, again to plant trees in downtown Oakland. Learn more about last year’s event on our blog.

Thank you CommScope, Ewing-Foley, Inc, BKF Engineers, Diversified, Integral Group, KPW Structural Engineers, W. Bradley Electric, Inc, West Cal Technologies, Coffman Engineers, The Cummings Family, and Sandis Civil Engineers for sponsoring Earth Day and helping us #PlantTrees4Life!

 

Architectural Foundation of San Francisco

TEECOM supports The Architecture Foundation of San Francisco (AFSF), an organization that promotes awareness for architecture, construction, and engineering in public schools. Along with sponsorships and contributions, TEECOM also held an art supplies drive and donated over 75 new items to AFSF’s classroom in downtown San Francisco.

Bike to Hope

Bike to Hope is an annual cycling event that supports City of Hope, a research and treatment center specializing in cancer, diabetes, and other life threatening diseases. Every year, hundreds of cyclists gather together to participate in multiple Bike to Hope events. However, Bike to Hope isn’t just a one-day cycling event. Bike to Hope is a movement to raise awareness and funds through sponsorships and donations that directly support City of Hope.

TEECOM is a proud sponsor and participant of the 2014 and 2015 Bike to Hope event. Visit our blog to learn more about TEECOM’s involvement at this year’s event.

Fight for Air Climb 2016

On March 19th, companies from across the Bay Area climbed 52 flights of stairs at 555 California Street in San Francisco in support of the American Lung Association. Thank you to all of TEECOM’s supporters of the 2016 Fight of Air Climb! TEECOM matched dollar for dollar on all donations to our climbers. Together, our climbing TEEm raised over $6,800 for the American Lung Association.

We appreciate everyone’s efforts towards the fight against lung cancer and lung disease. We look forward to stepping up for the climb again next year!

Leap Sandcastle

TEECOM supports multiple teams every year for the Annual Leap Sandcastle Contest in San Francisco. This event benefits local Bay Area schools to help fund programs such as architecture, drawing and painting, and dance.

Martin Luther King Jr. Freedom Center

The purpose of the MLK Jr. Freedom Center and the Barbara Lee and Elihu Lecture Series is to bring influential figures who were involved in the Civil Rights movement to Oakland to share their story. The series seeks to promote an ample exchange of ideas to inspire, move forward new leadership, and promote work for social justice.

Serenity HouseSerenity House

Serenity House helps women of all ages and backgrounds who suffer from unresolved pain and trauma caused by sexual, emotional, and substance abuse to heal spiritually and naturally. Serenity House provides a safe environment and the transformative resources necessary to move from a life of hopelessness to a life of recovery.

UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay
& UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital

As a proud supporter of UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital, TEECOM contributes to programs and services that aim to improve the community and the new UCSF Mission Bay Campus.

Toys for Tots

Toys for Tots, a U.S. Marine Corps Reserve program, collects new toys during the holiday season and distributes the toys to less fortunate children around the country. TEECOM hosts an annual ball drive every holiday season providing sporting goods for children after school programs. Over the last year, TEECOM’s donated over 300 balls to the Toys for Tots foundation.

 

Wardrobe for Opportunity

TEECOM hosts an annual professional clothing drive supporting Wardrobe for Opportunity (WFO), a local nonprofit organization that helps provide low-income individuals with interview skills, career support, and professional clothing. Over the past three years, we’ve donated over 250 articles of professional clothing and accessories to WFO along with monetary donations.