A-Tech Cares Team

Stewart Gates: The Klownski Foundation

One of my car club brothers had recommended The Klownski Foundation to me. After the conversation I knew that this would be a great foundation to contribute to.  Not only do they do great things in the coummunity but they are able to help kids in many ways. They are an inclusive community and strive to leave no one out. They are looking to create change by empowering others with a better quality of life and help create smiles for those in need. 


Alex Young:
ALS Association Orange County

After losing my mother to ALS in 2011 I knew I had to find a way to help others dealing with this terrible disease. Due to the debilitating nature of ALS it requires a huge investment from families, which most, like mine, cannot afford. As a rare disease only affecting roughly 5,000 people per year, reasearch is also incredibly underfunded. The ALSA helps with both care and equipment for families in need and funding research to find a cure for this currently incurable disease. From hosting and vounteering for events to spending time with families battling ALS, the ALSA OC has allowed me to do my part in the battle against ALS. I am thankful for the A-Tech Cares program as it has helped spread awareness and allocate funds to an organization that means so much to me.


Khang Nguyen:
The Good Fight

The main reason was the cause. Their main agenda is to raise money and support people in need. It was a struggle growing up and I bonded with my brother, who is my idol, through mma so when I knew I had an opportunity to support my favorite fighter, Dustin “Diamond” Poirier, I knew I had pull through.


Jayson Bartlette:
Unity for Orphans

I met Joe Brandi at Church 3 years ago – Founder and CEO OF Unity4orphans. Joe was doing a Christmas clothing drive for Orphans down in Baja and I volunteered to help. Unity4Orphans is a San Diego based children’s nonprofit charity serving vulnerable and abandoned kids, providing monthly orphanage service trips.