Let the good times roll, because at TSheets, we pay it forward. Spreading the love is in our company DNA. So we're in the business of giving back. Focused on building up both kids and adults in the innovation, technology and startup scenes in our community and beyond, we pitch in where it counts.
At TSheets, we're all about that heart. It's not just in our logo. It's in everything we do. This includes support of the American Heart Association, the nonprofit organization built to encourage healthy hearts and lives free of cardiovascular disease and stroke. Stay tuned for our annual charity drive. #AllAboutThatHeart
Established in 2008 to honor the inexhaustible joy and courageous spirit of one amazing little girl born with a congenital heart condition, the Jayden DeLuca Foundation helps other children and families fight cardiac diseases by offering support, resources and encouragement to all those affected by pediatric heart conditions. In her 2 and 1/2 years on earth, Jayden DeLuca inspired the lives around her, and continues her legacy in the projects, events and awards granted by the Foundation.
The Idaho Technology Council boosts the growing status and appeal of the technology industry in the state - in part by championing and galvanizing the individuals and companies leading the way. CEO Matt Rissell is an Executive Committee Member of the ITC, and TSheets has played a large supporting role throughout the life of the organization.
Startup Grind is an event series and website designed to educate, inspire and connect local entrepreneurs. TSheets gladly picked up the tab by sponsoring Startups and Beers in Boise for several sessions during 2014.
TEDxBoise (x=an independently organized event) brought inspiring speakers on technology, entertainment and design to the stage in Jan. 2015 under the theme ICEBREAKER. TSheets was a partner in the premiere event, and senior public relations manager at TSheets, Kelsie Medel, joined the organizing team to head up marketing and social media.
Talk about weird science. TSheets sponsors the Walton High School robotics team in Marietta, Georgia, a remarkable group of brainiacs who dedicate over 10,000 hours a year to building up STEM education in their community, along with cool robots.
Our Employees Involvement in the Community
"Veterans do so much to serve this country and in Idaho we are lucky to have a community that always remembers to honor them. I want to continue the tradition, especially with my family filled with military members, that we will never forget the sacrifices they make for everyone in this country."Boise Veterans Affairs - Riley, Customer Experience Team
"I love working with Recycled Minds [an improv group of actors and teachers] because it cultivates relationships, growth and teamwork. We have awesome family friendly shows, too!"Recycled Minds Improv Comedy - Jessica, Customer Experience Team
"I support and volunteer for the Utah-Southern Idaho chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. I have friends and family that have been affected by MS. I work with them both because of the support they provide locally to people with the disease, as well as the funding they provide to help find a cure. Their yearly Walk and Bike MS events are great!"National Multiple Sclerosis Society Utah-Southern Idaho Chapter - Scott, Development Team
"I believe it's important to look after those in our own communities who may be suffering hardships due to job loss, health issues, etc. to have their basic needs met. Doing so helps reduce their stress so that they can focus on improving their situation and becoming self-sufficient again."Idaho Food Bank via Star Outreach LDS Garden City Cannery - Jared, Development Team
"I gladly support my local NPR affiliate station, KBSX. I listen to KBSX every morning on my drive to work, and every evening on my way home. It keeps me in tune with what's going on in the world! Morning Edition, All Things Considered, All Tech Considered, Planet Money, This American Life, A Prairie Home Companion - I love them all!"KBSX News - Kelly, Marketing Team
"The Jayden Deluca Foundation was founded by some close friends of ours here in Boise, when their daughter Jayden passed away at the age of two from a Congenital Heart Defect (CHD). CHD is the leading cause of birth defect related deaths in America, and of those children that do survive birth, 20% don't live to see their first birthday. The foundation is one of the largest in the U.S. for pediatric heart disease, and raises money for research and support for children and their families as they fight pediatric heart disease."Jayden Deluca Foundation - Matt, CEO