LIFT allows our team to make a big impact across our region and across the world. To ensure the longevity of that mission we take stewardship of our resources very seriously. There are many factors that go into our decision to support any organization, but as you consider partnering with LIFT ask yourself the following questions:
Strategic Relevance: Does my request support one of the three pillars of LIFT: Meeting Basic Needs, Promoting Education, or Supporting Economic Development?
Longevity of Partnership: Do Technology Partners and my organization have an existing partnership?
Hyper-local Impact: Does my request have a large impact on St. Louis or on groups within the St. Louis region?
Stewardship isn’t just about when to say “Yes” but also when to say “No.” It is Technology Partners’ policy not to sponsor the following:
Events/projects inconsistent with our mission, brand image, and company values
Sponsorships where Technology Partners or its colleagues may have – or be perceived to have – a conflict of interest
Organizations with direct links to political groups
Organizations with a primary focus on tobacco, negative impacts on health or the environment, or associations with risk-taking activities
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