UA3 Works Closely with Exceptional Partners
You Can Make a Difference. Join Us!
United Way of America (now United Way Worldwide), based in Alexandria, Virginia, is a nonprofit organization that works with almost 1,200 offices throughout the country in a coalition of charitable organizations to pool efforts in fundraising and support. United Way's focus is to identify and resolve pressing community issues and to make measurable changes in communities through partnerships with schools, government agencies, businesses, organized labor, financial institutions, community development corporations, voluntary and neighborhood associations, the faith community, and others. The main areas include education, income, and health.
Our mission is to empower volunteers to serve in their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding though the Lions Clubs.
LIONS are volunteer members of the world largest not-for-profit NGO (non government organization) the Lions Clubs International “LCI”. Founded in 1917, in the midst of World War I, one of the goals of the Lions Clubs International is that of fostering global friendships with the purpose of halting aggression and helping communities in need.
UA3 Supports our Disabled Veterans. The SDVOSB Tech team has led the digital communities with 35 years of experience into more than 200 ground-breaking technology initiatives around the world. Our experts assist the builders of facilities and educational organizations who want to properly implement complex and integrated technology. We are a Department of Veterans Affairs certified Service Disabled, Veteran Owned, Small Business (SDVOSB) with the experience and the stability to continue to bring the correct technology, environments, apps, pedagogy, network and training to enhance outcomes, reduce costs, and service our students, faculty and staff. Under the leadership of Jonathan Kendall, edu-tech pioneer since 1984, we invite you to take a moment to learn about what we do, please click to our areas of expertise: Education and Learning, Healthcare and Wellness, and our Risk Management capabilities at SDVOSBtech.com
The OCA New York
Founded in 1973, OCA Asian Pacific American Advocates is a national non-profit civil rights organization promoting and protecting the political, economic, and cultural rights of Asian Pacific Americans in America. We are interested in working with anyone who shares our mission of creating a stronger America by advocating for the values of equal liberty and justice for all.
Bank of America
Bank of America Corporation is an American multinational investment bank and financial services company headquartered in Charlotte, with central hubs in New York City, London, Hong Kong, Minneapolis, and Toronto. Founded in San Francisco, Bank of America was formed through NationsBank's acquisition of BankAmerica in 1998. It is the second largest banking institution in the United States, after JPMorgan Chase, and the ninth largest financial services company in the world (by revenue). As a part of the Big Four, it services approximately 10.73% of all American bank deposits, in direct competition with Citigroup, Wells Fargo, and JPMorgan Chase. Its primary financial services revolve around commercial banking, wealth management, and investment banking.
384 Grand Street HDFC
384 Grand has been the primary partner with UA3 to provide a source of affordable housing to the community and provide generous support of the UA3 team. This enables those in need to have a safe home that allows low-wage earners the ability to find meaningful and rewarding work in today's economy. The people served have housing they can utilize to become greater participants in the community at large. The 384 Grand Street five (5) story building also provides a revenue stream that enables UA3 to support our Digital Divide initiative.
Lily Woo formerly at
Lily Woo is the past Program Director at the Cahn Fellows Program for Distinguished Principals at the Teachers College - Columbia University in New York City. The Cahn Fellows Program seeks to strengthen public schools by recognizing outstanding and aspiring principals, and developing their capacity as leaders. The Program engages current principals and new-comers in a collaborative network of peers and develops their ability to improve school climate and culture, teacher effectiveness and ultimately student learning and achievement.