PHILANTHROPY

FISHER UNITECH believes in giving back to the community. Corporate sponsorships, scholarship donations, and mentoring programs reflect our philanthropic focus and values to improve the lives of our communities and future workforce generation.

No Engineer Left Behind

No Engineer Left Behind was a $250,000 goodwill investment from Fisher Unitech and our valued partners to help displaced designers and engineers get back on their feet. We received an overwhelming response to our program since its announcement in January 2009, and were able to train hundreds of displaced engineers and designers.

Our unique three-step program provides free training at one of our office locations throughout the Midwest, a free 30-day evaluation copy of SOLIDWORKS Office Professional, and potential placement at a Fisher Unitech customer site for a 30-day pro bono internship.

Racing for the Cure and Feeding America

Fisher Unitech has proudly supported the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure for breast cancer awareness with employees partaking in the 5K walk/run around the country.

Each holiday season, Fisher Unitech has worked with Volunteers of America to sponsor families and provide them with donations that give them a proper Holiday.

In December 2015, Fisher Unitech employees ran a Toys for Tots drive for children in need.

We also volunteer with Gleaners Community Food Bank in their mission to supply food to soup kitchens and shelters.

As a company, we prioritize staying involved in charities and organizations and are always actively seeking more ways we can help. If you would like to reach out to us about your charity organization, please email marketing@funtech.com.