At Technology Partners, our mission is to develop lasting partnerships with our clients, our team members, and our community. To truly build relationships that stick takes more than investing inside the walls of our company. For over two decades we’ve followed our mission out the door and continue to make an impact on the lives of those all around us. LIFT is our promise to our community, helping to make sure we don’t just make a difference today, but a difference that lasts.

Corporate Social Responsibilty, LIFT Pillars

We built LIFT on our three pillars of impact:

Basic Needs

Taking a step up requires that basic needs are met. We want to empower the under-resourced to have the firm foundation necessary for success. This may include: 

  • Housing 
  • Food and nutrition 
  • Clothing 


You’ve heard it said that “knowledge is power,” but we believe knowledge is the super power it takes for real growth in an individual’s life. We put our core value of learning and sharing to work by supporting education initiatives that support kids from preschool through college acceptance, with an emphasis on STEAM education. We also champion workforce development through professional development resources that re-skill talent and fill talent gaps in our community.

Economic Development

Transforming the financial situation of a community is one of the greatest ways to transform their future. We invest our resources to grow potential and get our hands dirty to build sustainable communities. This involves coordinated efforts to stimulating the economy, primarily in the Greater St. Louis region.

A Few Organizations We Are Proud to Support

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Taste of the Nation: 2018

Last April we had the privilege of partnering with No Kid Hungry for the first annual STL Taste of the Nation event! It was a lot fun, we all came home full, and helped support a fantastic cause.

Check us out on The Thread

Each year our corporate employees step out in the community as a team to serve a local organization. The Thread came with us to the St. Louis Foodbank as we packed 25,132 meals!

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In 2015, 64% of all in-store sales, or sales to the tune of $2.2 trillion, were influenced by the internet.

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Rob Reeg, President, Technologies & Operations of MasterCard Worldwide

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