FORTRUST’s leadership team believes wholeheartedly in giving back to the community. We pride ourselves on conducting business with integrity and providing our customers with the best possible colocation services. FORTRUST values organizations that promote ethics in the workplace, such as the BBB Foundation’s LIFT Program, as well as organizations that support children and Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education.
Robert McClary, FORTRUST’s EVP and GM, Chairs the Board of Directors for KidsTek. KidsTek’s purpose is to increase the technology literacy of students at Colorado’s highest-needs schools through innovative after school, project based enrichment programs, and in-school technical certificate programs. Robert is very passionate about STEM education, as these children are the future of our technology workforce.
FORTRUST also values programs that support military veterans, such as Boots to Suits. Thirty seven percent of FORTRUST employees are military veterans, who exhibit attention to detail, possess discipline and thrive in a mission critical environment. They bring our company unmatched skills, education, training, experience and a disciplined mindset.
FORTRUST is proud to announce the First Annual “Champions for Children” Charity Golf Tournament. This event will benefit KidsTek and the Ronald McDonald House of Denver. The tournament will be held at Colorado Golf Club on August 29, 2016. Visit the Champions for Children website for more information.
"KidsTek is thrilled to have such a community minded partner as FORTRUST. Under Rob McClary’s leadership, they have been one of our biggest supporters, both monetarily and in providing volunteers and field trip opportunities to our students. It truly does take a community to make non-profits such as KidsTek thrive, and FORTRUST is a certainly a leader in our community.”
Being alone in the hospital can be a traumatic experience, especially for children. And more than ever before, children in need of emergency treatment are being brought to Denver from rural Colorado and bordering states for expert medical care.
For the past 36 years, Ronald McDonald House® Charities of Denver has offered a loving home away from home to families needing to be near their seriously ill or injured children while they’re being treated at metropolitan area hospitals.
Our main focus is providing comfortable, low-cost housing to out-of-town families needing to be near their hospitalized children. Our largest residence, the Aurora House opened in January 2008. Only 7 years earlier a new Denver House was built.
Go to www.ronaldhouse.org to find out more about the mission and program services.
The Children’s Diabetes Foundation at Denver was established by Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Davis in 1977 in Denver as a non-profit organization dedicated solely to the support of research in childhood diabetes and to provide the best possible clinical and educational programs for children with the disease. The Foundation’s mission is to raise funds to support the Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes, where more than 6,000 children and young adults from all over the world receive the finest diabetes care available. Since 1978, the Children’s Diabetes Foundation has contributed $100 million dollars to the Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes.