Giving Back

Global Visionaries

Global Visionaries is a Seattle based non-profit that empowers young people to become leaders in creating a just and sustainable future through community service and innovative training in the United States and in Guatemala. 110 Consulting is proud to sponsor Global Visionaries by:

  • Dedicating consulting and liaison hours each week
  • Coaching Youth Venture students
  • Raising money for new computers
  • Advising on technology
  • Configuring SalesForce.com for improved grant tracking

TEALS (Technology Education and Literacy in Schools)

TEALS is a pilot program that recruits, mentors, and places high-tech employees who are passionate about education into high need K-12 STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) classes as part-time teachers in a team teaching model where the school district is unable to meet those needs on its own.

110 Consulting's Jonathan Cooper had the amazing experience of teaching Web Design to the students at Garfield High School last year.

Seattle Children’s Hospital and Hope on the Hill Guild

Hope on the Hill Guild is a local guild dedicated to raising funds and donations through events and activities in and around the Pacific Northwest to go towards the Uncompensated Care Program at Seattle Children’s Hospital. One of our 110ers is a member of the guild and recently chaired their annual ‘Bounce for Hope’ event in which 110 Consulting was a volunteer and sponsor of.

University District Food Bank

Over the last few years, members of the 110 Consulting team donate time, funds and services to their annual October auction.

For 30 years, the University District Food Bank has helped prevent hunger in Northeast Seattle neighborhoods. Each week, more than 1,100 different families receive the groceries they need to prepare nutritionally balanced meals at home.

Last year, the University District Food Bank had almost 55,000 customer visits and distributed 2.3 million pounds of food. Approximately 2% of our clients are infants, 20% are children, 63% are adults, and 15% are senior citizens.

Each year 110’s footprint and commitment grows as we continue to get more 110ers involved.

Issaquah Arts Commission

Created in 1988, this commission enhances the quality of life for Issaquah citizens and visitors by supporting and encouraging visual and performing arts in and for the community. Our CEO is on the board of the Issaquah Arts Commission and donates his time and energy to keeping community arts and theatre alive and well.

Board of Bellevue Chamber of Commerce

As the Voice of Business, the Bellevue Chamber of Commerce continues to represent business with the many issues that will continue to impact the business environment. The Chamber will be there to analyze and educate our members as to the impacts of government policy on their ability to do business. Our President, Dan Kearney is on the board of the Bellevue Chamber of Commerce and works with businesses in and around the Bellevue community to help mentor, build and strengthen these businesses to continue to grow.