Creating opportunities for innovation within under-served youth communities
Boys & Girls Club of San Luis Valley
Our partnership with Boys & Girls Club of San Luis Valley has provided guidance, support, and funding for the technology and music clubhouse that’s housed at the main Boys & Girls Club location in San Luis Valley, CO.
Keystone Science School
Our partnership with Keystone Science School is helping directly fund the Girls in STEM program along with their Youth Scholarship program. One of our most recent projects helped fund their Girls in STEM Snow Science weekend where girls learned about alpine environments and scientific measurements with experts from that field.
JP Innovation Project
In honor of James Pettine
James Pettine (JP) was a loving brother, son, nephew, grandson, and friend who passed away in 2006 at the far too young age of nineteen years old.
JP Innovation Project was founded by JP's younger brother, Aaron Pettine (AP) to honor James and keep his remarkable spirit filled with compassion, creativity, and courage alive. JP Innovation Project is motivated by the legacy James left behind. It is his values that inform everything we do.
Our hope is to pay it forward, not only to the organizations that directly impacted JP during his life and through his battle with cancer, but also to fulfill his passion to connect and inspire youth through his love for technology.
Our partnership and project with BooleanGirl is to further their mission of diversifying STEM by teaching girls, under-represented groups and low-income youth how to code and build engineering projects.
Our funding has directly supported the technology and communication offerings so the camp counselors can better navigate the critical health challenges they face with their campers.