Ongig is always interested in helping friends whose organizations are making the world a better place!
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We’ll Chip In At Your “Do-Good” Events
Christine leads a team of 3-5 people that cook and serve 35 homeless ladies in a downtown homeless shelter for women (Rachel’s House). Christine does this every 2-3 months. Women sign-up to stay the night in the shelter where they get a bed and a warm shower and a great meal served by Christine’s team (which includes daughter Kylie below)! (2018, 2019 & beyond!).
On May 12, 2017, our good friend Carla Bourque lost her husband Brett Powell" to a tragic kiteboarding accident in Alameda. Carla and Brett were a terrific couple in the San Francisco Bay Area and leaders in multiple tech businesses. We are proud to contribute to the new "Brett Powell Safety Initiative" to provide education, safety, and access support for those who share a commitment and passion for kiteboarding and other boardsports in the SF Bay Area. (September 24, 2017)
Christine recently donated a morning to help a group of 5th graders get an education on job roles, the hiring process, personal finance, business finance and different functions of the community. (May 11, 2016)
We were to happy to support Talent Guru (Autodesk and Uber) Andrew Levy in his bike ride to support curing AIDS. (June 13, 2015)
Ongig's family donated dress shirts, pants, shoes and suits to the Rescue Mission church in the Tenderloin neighborhood of San Francisco (Max is in glasses and Rob's in the Ongig shirt). Thanks to Jane Newcomb for the photo! (December 29, 2013)
Kevin contributed to the SV Rocks charity concert & watched Mark Zuckerberg’s sister Randi singing (sorry we didn't get Kevin in the picture). (November 29, 2012)
Ongig was happy to support Buddy Media’s participation in Cycle for Survival – amazing that the event raised $8 million+ for cancer. (April 23, 2012)
That’s Jason (middle) supporting 2 mentees from YearUp — they went on to work at MicroMenders and Google! (February 2, 2012)
Dozens of 8th graders got to practice their interview and networking skills with Rob at an event created by Citizen Schools. (January 25, 2012)