Here at TriCom, our team is united under a universal passion for leaving a positive impact on the lives of others. We hold each other accountable for making a difference each and every day.
Below are a handful of causes that we’re actively involved in. As you read a little about their missions, consider becoming involved yourself!
Cristo Rey Kansas City is a Catholic college prep school empowering a culturally diverse group of students in economic need to achieve college acceptance and successful careers. Each year, TriCom sponsors their flagship fundraiser, “Dancing with the KC Stars”, to help fund the next school year. We also help fund the Cristo Rey Scholarship Program, which helps a driven student in the graduating senior class further their education.
Every year, the Minnesota High Tech Foundation hosts Bids and Benefits, a benefit that calls on Minnesota’s science and tech industry to help support the foundation’s STEM scholarship program and to strengthen Minnesota’s tech community. TriCom is a proud sponsor of this benefit and we look forward to showing our support for years to come.
The Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault (MOCSA) is a critical nonprofit in the Kansas City area with a mission of preventing sexual violence and helping victims become survivors. There are many ways you can show your support to this deserving organization and every small effort counts. In addition to donating to the cause, our Managing Partner, Matt Sharples, was on MOSCA’s board of directors for many years.
Skilled KC partners with the local Kansas City community to advise, train, and open doors for students to a better career path, while prioritizing diverse talent. Many courses can be completed in just five months, so that students can progress quickly and launch their careers faster with little to no tuition costs. Training programs are focused around three core areas, including Software Development, helping them reskill into high demand and growing industries. Our Managing Partner, Matt Sharples, is honored to serve on the board of directors.