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SIM Foundation Silent Auction

October 31, 2022 11:00 am - November 08, 2022 6:30 pm

Mount Laurel, NJ, USA

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SIM Foundation Virtual Silent Auction

Auction Opens October 31, 2022 at 11:00 AM ET / 8:00 AM PT

Auction Ends November 8, 2022 at 6:30 PM ET / 3:30 PM PT


Don't miss this celebration of SIM's ongoing legacy of philanthropy in STEM. The third annual SIM Foundation Silent Auction will be open from October 31 - November 8 at 6:30 pm Eastern / 3:30 pm Pacific.  

Scroll to the top of the page and click on the REGISTER NOW button to register to bid. (If you've already registered on the site or made a donation, the button will read DONATE NOW - donations are not required to register, but greatly appreciated!). So, register now and check out the online Silent Auction preview to start planning your bids!

Over the past 6 years, SIM and its 38 chapters have contributed more than $7.5 million to scholarship funds, STEM, and technology-related needs in communities across the country.

If you require special assistance of any kind, please call us at 800.387.9746 email us at mmccray@simnet.org.

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          SIM Foundation Beneficiaries         

 

The SIM Foundation Board is pleased to support FIRST Robotics and NPower as beneficiaries of this year's auction. The SIM Foundation has established formal alliances with FIRST  and NPower to support their programs across the country. It is our intent to engage SIM members across the nation as Mentors, Coaches, Volunteers, Fundraisers or other roles in FIRST and NPower programs for the combined benefit of all organizations.

FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) designs accessible, innovative programs that motivate young people to pursue education and career opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and math, while building self-confidence, knowledge, and life skills.

This year, SIM is raising funds to support FIRST's Alumni and Scholarship Program, exposing FIRST participants to post-high school education options and providing scholarships to four year universities, community colleges, technical schools and apprenticeships. FIRST has launched a new Alumni website and is offering many new resources. Support of FIRST enables exposure and creation of community and resources for FIRST participants to explore all of the post-high-school pathways available to them: education, enlistment, and employment. One resource which enables this work is the FIRST alumni handbook. Learn more here.

 

 

NPower is a national nonprofit, rooted in community, that is committed to advancing race and gender equity in the tech industry. Through skills training, real world experience, support and mentorship, NPower graduates launch burgeoning careers and a pathway to financial freedom for themselves and their families. Students who enter their free program, earn industry-recognized certifications and graduate with the competencies of an IT professional with one to two years of experience. Eighty-one percent of NPower graduates get a full-time job or continue their education. 

Funds raised from the Silent Auction and Executive Retreat will go to support NPower's Tech Fundamentals program! Tech Fundamentals is a tuition-free 16-week program for military veterans and young adults that offers all the skills and coaching needed to jumpstart a career in technology. A $7,500 investment in one student can lead to an incremental $1,000,000 of income in their lifetime.

Not only is NPower changing life trajectories for individuals from vulnerable communities but they are also strengthening the overall competitiveness of U.S. businesses hamstrung by today's limited pool of IT talent.

SIM Friends of the Foundation

Giveback Impact

"Through the SIM Foundation we are creating greater value from the national reach
of our organization and bringing it to bear for our local SIM communities." - Mark Taylor

 2021 Foundation Giveback Recipients

SIM Foundation FIRST $5,000
SIM Foundation NPower $7,500
SIM Foundation Chapter Matching Program $5,000
SIM Atlanta Esophageal Cancer Action Network $2,500
SIM Arizona Alzheimer's Association $1,000
SIM Boston Jr. Tech, Inc. $1,000
SIM Capital Area STEM for Her $1,000
SIM Central Connecticut Random Hacks of Kindness Junior, Inc. $1,000
SIM Charlotte Eliminate the Digital Divide (E2D) $1,000
SIM Dallas/Fort Worth UNT Frisco $1,000
SIM Fairfield/Westchester Random Hacks of Kindness Junior, Inc. $1,000
SIM Memphis MASE - Memphis Academy of Science & Engineering $1,000
SIM New Jersey Cornerstone Family Programs $1,000
SIM New York Metro NPower $5,000
SIM New York Metro Volunteers of America-Greater New York, Inc. $1,000
SIM RTP EastBots $1,000
SIM South Florida Palm Beach Tech Foundation Inc. $1,000
SIM St. Louis FIRST $2,500
SIM St. Louis Saint Louis Zoo Association $1,000
SIM Wisconsin Inner City Computer Stars Foundation $1,000
SIM Southern California STEM Advantage $500
SIM Southern California Advancing Women in Technology $500

2020 Foundation Giveback Recipients

SIM Foundation FIRST Robotics $30,000
SIM St. Louis FIRST Robotics $5,000
SIM Charlotte E2D $5,000
SIM Arizona Make-A-Wish Arizona Chapter $500
SIM Boston Year Up $500
SIM Capital Area STEM for Her $500
SIM Central Connecticut UCONN Foundation $500
SIM Charlotte Project Scientist $500
SIM Chicago Compudopt $500
SIM Houston Genesys Works Houston $500
SIM Indianapolis Techpoint Foundation for Youth $500
SIM Memphis Memphis Library Foundation $500
SIM Minnesota TechGirlz/Creating IT Futures $500
SIM New York Metro Technovation $500
SIM Philadelphia InspiriTec $500
SIM Seattle Year Up $500
SIM Southern California STEM Advantage $500
SIM St. Louis Black Girls Do STEM (BGDSTEM) $500

2019 Foundation Giveback Recipients

SIM Foundation FIRST Robotics $24,885
SIM Houston Genesys Works $560
SIM Dallas/Fort Worth NPower $4

SIM Friends of the Foundation Giving Opportunities!

$3,000          $2,500          $2,000

IN APPRECIATION:

Receive one complimentary admission to the Friends of SIM Foundation Reception at the SIM Executive Retreat

We will list your name as a Friend of the Foundation on:

Event SignageEvent MaterialsSIM Foundation WebsiteRecognition at the Friends of the Foundation Reception via PPT, Sunday, 11/6Recognition at the Friends of the Foundation Speaker Session, Monday, 11/7

 

Enhanced Giving Opportunity: SIM Friends of the Foundation Plus

Above benefits plus we will arrange for a 1:1 virtual meeting with a Fortune 50, 100 or 250 CIO.

$7,500                      $5,000                      $3,500

virtual meeting          virtual meeting          virtual meeting

Fortune 50 CIO          Fortune 100 CIO          Fortune 250 CIO

 

Build Key relationships and support the SIM Foundation!

SIM Executive Retreat


Don't miss the opportunity to support the SIM Foundation at the SIM Executive Leadership Retreat. Join more than 200+ technology leaders for SIM's most prestigious event as we celebrate our community giveback initiatives and impactful STEM programs. Donate $100 to the SIM Foundation and join us after the Welcome Reception on Sunday, November 6th for a guided wine and dessert pairing with our favorite SIM Sommelier, Rylee Kirkpatrick! If you have joined one of our virtual CIO Roundtables and wine tastings over the last two years with Rylee, you know it's a great time and you will not want to miss this chance to meet Rylee in person, forge new connections with other attendees, and support the SIM Foundation. Be sure to select this session on your registration form to be included in this event.  To register to attend in person, please go to https://www.simretreat.org/2022.


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Mount Laurel, NJ, USA

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