TekStream is passionate about giving back to our community and those in need. We dedicate our time, resources, and financial contributions to charities, both locally and abroad. Here are some of the organizations that we currently support:

Honduras Outreach

Honduras Outreach is a non-denominational, Christian organization dedicated to building life-changing relationships between the people of the Olancho department of Honduras and caring North Americans and other nationalities. Rancho el Paraiso is the focal point of the Honduras Outreach ministry and is located in the department of Olancho in central Honduras.

Olancho has one of the highest concentrations of infant mortality and poverty, and HOI has made a significant impact on reducing infant mortality in the last 10 years with a public health and medical ministry. HOI’s Economic Development and Vocational Schools have increased the median rural family income by well over 400%.

Nearly every week during the year, HOI arranges for groups of volunteers from the United States to travel to Rancho el Paraiso, its 200-acre working ranch in the Agalta Valley of Central Honduras. From that base, North Americans work side- by-side with Hondurans from nearby villages on community projects that range from replacing earthen floors with cement to helping establish schools, medical clinics, churches, micro enterprises, and public health facilities.

Atlanta Community Food Bank

Atlanta Community Food Bank supports a wide range of people in need, from children to the working poor. Food pantries, community kitchens, childcare centers, night shelters, and senior centers are among the agencies that receive product from the Food Bank and provide food and other critical resources for low-income Georgians who suffer from hunger and food insecurity. The Food Bank also operates several community projects to aid its agencies in community building, technical assistance, and advocacy efforts.

The Food Bank began as an emergency food provider in the basement of the St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in downtown Atlanta. Today, the organization has become a fixture in the community, with 129,600 square feet of warehouse space and distributing more than 20 million pounds of food each year.

WIT (Women in Technology)

When one woman helps another, amazing things can happen. Professional careers leap forward. That’s what Women in Technology is all about. As the premier professional association for women in the technology industry, we understand the unique challenges you face. No matter where you are in your professional development, or what technology-related field you’re in, our community offers a broad range of support, programs, and resources to advance women in technology, from the classroom to the boardroom.

AiMA (Atlanta Interactive Marketing Association)

Founded in 1999, the AiMA is a dedicated group of new media and interactive marketing professionals focused on providing the Atlanta interactive marketing community with a place to network, share, and learn about proven leading-edge interactive strategies and tactics.

AiMA = Atlanta’s Best Events

AiMA stimulates new ideas, promotes best practices, helps professional development, and provides a forum for discussing critical issues. Experience firsthand the energy, enthusiasm, and wealth of knowledge found at an AiMA event.

St. Jude Children’s Hospital

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is internationally recognized for its pioneering research and treatment of children with cancer and other catastrophic diseases. Ranked one of the best pediatric cancer hospitals in the country, St. Jude is the first and only National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center devoted solely to children.

Walk to End Alzheimer’s

The Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s® is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support, and research. Held annually in more than 600 communities nationwide, this inspiring event calls on participants of all ages and abilities to reclaim the future for millions. Together, we can end Alzheimer’s disease, the nation’s sixth-leading cause of death.

Walk to End Alzheimer’s unites the entire community — more than 450,000 participants that include family, friends, co-workers, social and religious groups, and more — in a display of combined strength and dedication in the fight against this devastating disease.