The Stride Center is fortunate to work with of some of our sector’s most discerning and supportive partners. Our funding partners provide essential financial support and, in some cases technical support; our training partners collaborate with us to deliver our programs to their communities and our business partners work with us on multiple levels, from funding to employment. We recognize that our expanding partnerships reflect the respect and strong reputation the Stride Center has earned.
Corporate Partnerships for Non-Profit Excellence
Strengthening Non-Profits, Promoting Civic Engagement, Sharing Information and Building Community Knowledge
Corporate Partners of The Stride Center make it possible for us to work for greater good in the community. We share this vision with them.
“Partnering for a Better Future”
Our goal is to ensure that our social investments create measurable and enduring value. We can accomplish great things when we work together. By building enduring partnerships, we promote mutual benefit for our business and the communities where we live and work. We dedicate our people, time and resources to working side by side with partners in many countries to find solutions that support human progress and economic development.
The Stride Center has partnered with Chevron to increase their investment to expand green footprint in North Richmond, California where its refinery is located. This partnership refurbishes computers and creates green jobs in the community of North Richmond.
Helping to Reach the Unreachable
We invest the valuable support we receive from Microsoft to develop workforce in underserved communities in ICT skills and develop them for 21st century jobs. Our work the communities is aligned with Microsoft’s initiatives. We use their support and technology innovations to help solve societal challenges and create economic opportunities on local scale.
The Stride Center is among the proud recipients of Microsoft’s support.
"By supporting workforce training through donating financial capital and volunteer hours, we further the Stride Center's efforts to improve people's lives across the Bay Area by helping them become more skilled and better qualified for employment."
Senior Vice President