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 has provided high quality internet access at our Clubs, more than 100 laptops for our Club kids, and a digital equity grant in 2022 for $50,000. Their partnership is expanding digital equity in our community.

Pacific Heating & Cooling is providing staff volunteering and educational opportunities with our Clubs and has donated a percentage of its profits in 2022 to BGCSPS. Watch a video about our partnership here.

Schnitzer Steel Industries has partnered with BGCSPS since 2005 by providing support for operations and programming, including a recent focus on DEI initiatives and resources for Club members, families and community members.

Tacoma Public Utilities provides a 6-week STEM course called TPU Academy for Club kids to learn about the energy sector. Their partnership is advancing career exploration and educational opportunities.

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

Pacific Heating & Cooling staff playing hoops with Lakewood Branch Club kids.

Club kids at our Al Davies Branch receiving presents provided by Schnitzer.

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


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: