Rainier Scholars is a program that Logic20/20 has supported in multiple ways over time. The program provides academic preparation, leadership development, and personalized support to low-income students of color in the Seattle school district; it’s is designed to help students pave a pathway to college. As a strong supporter of both local schools and minority students (Logic20/20 is a certified Minority Business Enterprise), Logic20/20 is proud to support Rainier Scholars both financially and via the internship program.
Leaders for Africa is a Seattle-based non-profit organization whose mission is to develop a community of well-trained, well-connected, world-class ethical leaders in Africa who will serve the people and act as catalysts for community and national development. Leaders for Africa equips future leaders to harmonize the sometimes-competing demands of a global economy and the needs of their communities through education and leadership opportunities in the United States.
Logic20/20 is a consistent supporter of our community’s local food bank, via Northwest Harvest, and participates annually in a toy drive to help local families around the holidays. It’s a way that our entire company can easily be involved to support and give back and is a fun opportunity for a little internal competition between our different business groups. Members of the volunteer committee help organize the event, from box collection and company hype to food pickup and ice cream party!
Participation in sports has countless benefits for kids- it builds positive attitudes, resilience under pressure, and teaches the value of team work, and it all starts with a great coach. Logic20/20 has been a huge supporter to the local rugby club, sponsoring teams and spending hours each week coaching kids. Working side-by-side, they’re also building internal relationships and stronger working partnerships.
Logic20/20 is a certified Minority Business Enterprises (MBE); we’re committed to supporting diversity within our own organization and to supporting our clients’ Supplier Diversity initiatives to create a vendor supply base with greater ethnic diversity.
Certified by the National Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc. (NMSDC) and adopted by the Northwest Mountain Minority Supplier Development Council and by Washington State, Office of Minority and Women’s Business Enterprises (OMWBE)
Washington State, Office of Minority and Women’s Business Enterprises (OMWBE) and the federal program, in compliance with the U.S. Department of Transportation