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Truebeck Construction Announces Truebeck Foundation Annual Giving

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We are pleased to announce the Truebeck Foundation’s non-profit recipients for 2023-2024. The Truebeck Foundation reflects the firm’s commitment to corporate responsibility, and specifically programs for youth.

The purpose of the 501(c) non-profit is to lead and inspire actions that improve the education of disadvantaged youth affected by socio-economic disparities. The proceeds from Truebeck’s annual charity Golf Tournament are directed to this cause, specifically:

Ever Forward Club:

The Foundation will sponsor eight public high schools, two in each of Truebeck’s regions – San Mateo, San Francisco, Sacramento, and Portland – with a mental health workshop for underserved youth.

The Ever Forward Club delivering its signature Taking Off The Mask workshop. Photo: Ever Forward.

Society of Women Engineers, Golden Gate Section:

The Foundation will support five scholarships for women engineers attending college.

The Society of Women Engineers, Golden Gate Section 2023 scholarship recipients.

California State University, Chico:

The Foundation will fund five years of scholarship support for construction/engineering students.

Cal Poly San Luis Obispo:

The Foundation will fund five years of support for students in the building design, construction, and real estate programs.

Eastside College Preparatory School:

The Foundation will support a four-year scholarship to this private high school in East Palo Alto, with a focus on readying first-generation students in low-income families to attend a four-year college.

Eastside College Preparatory School’s challenging and engaging curriculum opens new doors for students historically underrepresented in higher education.

Cassidy Thompson, President of the Society of Women Engineers Golden Gate Section made the following statement: “Since 2021, Truebeck has supported the Society of Women Engineers by donating to our annual, merit and need-based scholarship program that awards local, female Bay Area high school seniors who will pursue a degree in engineering at an accredited university. In the past three years alone, the Truebeck Foundation has helped us make an impact on over two dozen students who are working to achieve their dream of becoming an engineer.”

Sean Truesdale, Truebeck Co-Founder, made the following statement: “We are a mission-driven company. The Truebeck Foundation reflects the foundational purpose of our business–to create a positive impact on our industry and communities. That responsibility guides the decisions we make for annual giving.”