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Community Involvement

Westech’s contribution program targets schools and non-profit organizations. We do not donate to individuals.

Recent and current contributions:

US Representative David Schweikert visits Westech.

AZ Lost Boys Center

This is a picture of Earl from Westech at the February, 2011 dinner for the Lost Boys of Sudan. Westech employs two Sudanese refugees who are now legal American workers, and we support the Lost Boys of Sudan Center. At this dinner, Westech donated $3300 to the Center, and twelve of us from Westech enjoyed attending a great meal and event.

About Care Support for the Homebound

We donated computers to About Care for the Homebound an non-profit organization providing support for elderly and physically challenged homebound residents of Chandler and Gilbert.


Stuffed Animal Donation

Along with electronics we occasionally receive donations of stuffed animals. The staff at Westech has gathered them throughout the year and we have donated them to the Christian Liberty Center in El Mirage, AZ who has partnered with West Valley Fire Departments to distribute to under privileged children.

Computer Donations for Sonora, Mexico

Earl from Westech discusses future computer donations with Arizona Governor Brewer and Sonora Governor Padres Elias.


St. Peter Mission School Donation

Westech Recyclers and Agate Steel, Inc. donated 2 computers to St. Peter Indian Mission School.

St. Peter Indian Mission School, located in Bapchule, AZ, provides education and support for local children and their families.

This learning facility which caters grades K-8, believes in educating the whole student: physically, intellectually, socially, spiritually, and culturally.

Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio visited Westech.

Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio visited Westech.

Tom Holland and Earl Knudsen from Westech with Arizona Congressman Tom Forese and Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio.



Westech donated $5000 to Esperanca. Esperanca is a non-profit organization that provides hope for families in the poorest communities of the world through clean water projects, safe housing projects, disease prevention education and volunteer surgical missions.

Challenger Space Center

We donated 15 computers to the Challenger Space Center in Peoria. The Mission of the Challenger Space Center is to inspire, excite and educate people of all ages about the mysteries and wonders of space, science and the universe in which we live. The Challenger Learning Center of Arizona is a nonprofit organization, 501.c.3., providing vital science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) programs to students primarily in grades K-8.