NTLP is proud to recognize these wonderful contributors to our program!
Alberta S. Kimball – Mary L. Anhaltzer Foundation
In July 2014, NTLP received a $3,000 grant to support attendees of our Southern California camp. Alberta S. Kimball – Mary L. Anhaltzer Foundation is a private charitable organization that supports other non-profit organizations through financial donations and grants.
Audrey and Sydney Irmas Foundation
A new sponsor for 2013, NTLP has been given a $3,000 grant for its teen leadership programming by the California-based Foundation.
Battea – Class Action Services
NTLP has a new sponsor, Battea – Class Action Services. Battea presented NTLP with a grant to be put towards expansion efforts. Battea is the leading provider of securities class action settlement recovery services to Institutional Investors with offices in both San Francisco, CA and Stamford, CT. They are proud to support our teen leadership program in both coasts.
The Biedenharn Foundation
NTLP is a fortunate grant recipient from the Biedenharn Foundation. Since 2004, NTLP has received $20,000 in annual $5,000 grants from the Louisana-based Foundation to help with program expenditures and scholarships for deserving youth.
The Bruery, a craft brewery located in Southern California, continues to support NTLP by hosting fundraising events and designating us as the charity of choice as well as through special bottle sales at their tasting room. Based in Placentia, California and founded by Patrick Rue in 2008, The Bruery is named as a fusion between his family name and the word “brewery”.
California National Guard
The California National Guard has been a proud sponsor of the National Teen Leadership Program since 1995. Over the years, the CNG has sponsored more than 450 students to NTLP programs (which equates to over $150,000), many from community based service organizations (People Reaching Out, Friday Night Live), Guard sponsored programs (Grizzly Academy, DEFY-Drug Education For Youth) and sons and daughters of military personnel.
Additionally, the CNG provides many in-kind services such as printing, personnel, transportation assistance and on-site assistance, such as workshop presenters and interview judges.
We are honored to have members of the CA National Guard serve as Board Members for NTLP. Notably: The Adjutant General for the state of California, and our point-of-contact for the Counterdrug Task Force, MAJ Jeffery Moore.
Carrington College & Devry University
Special thanks to the co-sponsors of our 2013 backsacks, Carrington & Devry! The packs are essential for our students to take home the materials from camp!
Golden 1 Credit UnionWe are excited to add Golden 1 Credit Union of Sacramento to our list of contributors. Golden 1 donated money towards our camp’s back-sacks, lanyards and water bottles. We are always appreciative of the support we receive from businesses in our local community.
In 2007, NTLP was awarded a Google Grants Award and we continue to benefit from this grant. NTLP receives free advertising (at $10,000 per month!) through their AdWords campaign. This means that when you search for “youth leadership” or “leadership programs”, among many other key words in Google, NTLP will come up either at the top or on the side or the page. NTLP has also been fortunate to receive matching funds, through our alumni and past Board Member, 1998 alumni, Vikram Grover.
Les Walker Designs
Special thanks to Les Walker Designs for designing our camp t-shirts and backsacks for our 2013 camps!
In January 2014, MerchSource, LLC. graciously donated $1,000 to help support their local teens in the Southern California area. MerchSource, LLC specializes in the design, development, and production of key consumer product lines and has become one of the largest vendors of high-quality, cross category merchandise in the country.
Optimist Club of Fair Oaks
Sincere thanks to the Club for a donation of $1,000. They agree that NTLP’s effect on teens provides hope for the future.
PrintingForLess.com has helped support NTLP with our printing needs. Check out our great 2014 brochures! Many thanks to PrintingForLess.com!
Rancho Cordova Chamber of Commerce
Members of the Rancho Cordova Chamber have joined to help youth in their community attend NTLP 2013. We sincerely appreciate their sponsorship of $600 — thanks to American River Raft Rentals, Descor Builders, Embry Riddle University, California Northstate College of Pharmacy, Capitol Region Financial Group, Cornish and Carey Commercial Real Estate, Express Office Products, Grapevine Independent, Rancho Cordova Chapter IAAP, Square 1 Promotional Products, Sierra Vista Bank, and Sand Castle Images!
War takes its toll not only on the troops who fight in the field, but also on the families who wait and worry at home. More than 155,000 kids have at least one parent who is deployed in the war on terrorism. This staggering figure doesn’t even include those experiencing routine, but often lengthy deployments and separations from loved ones. Fear, worry, isolation, loneliness, heavy responsibilities, missed birthdays, holidays and special events…these are just some of the things that our military kids face. NTLP is grateful for United Healthcare’s support to help fund camp attendance for sons and daughters of military personnel.
van Löben Sels/RembeRock Foundation
As part of the Foundation’s mission to promote social justice in Northern California, NTLP received a donation of $2,500.
Wells Fargo Bank
Individual branches of Wells Fargo Bank have generously donated over $8,000 to help students attend NTLP. Since 2007, Wells Fargo Bank of El Dorado Hills has contributed $3,500 and NTLP was pleased to recognize Wells Fargo Bank and Mr. Chevo Ramirez, Regional Vice President, Nor Cal Foundation, for their ongoing support to our community as well as the support they have shown to the students who attend the NTLP program.
Wishbone is a non-profit fundraising platform that helps students attend after school and summer programs through charitable donations. Wishbone is committed to closing the nation’s achievement gap by bringing quality out-of-school opportunities to at risk and low-income high school students. Our promotional partnership with Wishbone helped fund students to attend our camp from both Northern and Southern California. Apply to Wishbone and learn about how Wishbone can help you attend camp this summer.