Meet Our Partners

There are many organizations that have partnered with us to support our efforts in helping all young people reach their full potential. Listed below are some of our partners that have made a commitment to support our mission and help all young people reach their full potential. 

View our Corporate Engagement Menu online (or download PDF) to learn how we can tailor a partnership for you and your company. For more information on partnership opportunities or to get started, please contact Emily Nakada-Alm.



Comcast provides high quality internet access at our Clubs, has donated more than 150 laptops for our Club kids, a digital equity grant, and a brand new Enhanced Lift Zone computer lab. Their partnership is expanding digital equity in our community.

Tacoma Public Utilities provides a 6-week STEM course called TPU Academy for Club kids to learn about the energy sector. This partnership is advancing career exploration and educational opportunities. Their 2023 employee Bowl-A-Thon raised over $20,000 for Club kids.

Titus-Will Automotive Group has been a longtime partner, including sponsoring Legacy of HOPE sponsor, participating in Race for the Clubs, donating items for teacher appreciation and for Club families in need, and helping us receive donations from Toyota Dealership.

U.S. Oil Refining Co. is one of our sponsors for Legacy of HOPE, and their volunteers join Club members at our Al Davies Branch to put on special STEM activities.

Club kids at our Henry T. Schatz Branch learning STEM skills from Comcast staff. 

2023 TPU Academy graduation ceremony with Club kids and Tacoma Public Utilities staff.

Titus-Will staff brought gift baskets to our branches during Teacher Appreciation Week.

Staff from U.S. Oil Refining Co. teaching Club kids science activities like freezing things with liquid nitrogen and launching rockets.


Boys & Girls Clubs of South Puget Sound is committed to collaboration on our community. We are grateful to our programmatic partners who help us develop new programs, expand our reach, be efficient with our resources, leverage our communities' networks, and maximize our impact for youth. In particular: