Central to the Satell Institute is our Do Tank, where companies have dedicated a minimum of $25,000 each year for four years ($100,000) to any project and with any nonprofit of their choice. Currently our corporate affiliates are partnering with nonprofits of their choice on 18 innovative business programs to strengthen their communities and their companies.
Two distinguishing features that set us apart:
The Satell Institute is fully endowed. Our endowment means we do not charge member companies for our services. Member companies agree to directly contribute a minimum of $25,000 a year for four years ($100,000 total) to any nonprofit of their choice.
The Satell Institute is cause agnostic. Companies choose to contribute to any area of their choice or business alignment to strengthen the long-term well-being of the community and the people who live there.
These are the companies that have dedicated a minium of $25,000 a year for years and the projects and nonprofits of their choice.
Progressive Business Publications (PBP)
Cook-Wissahickon K-8 School
Museum of the American Revolution
STEM Scholars Program, The Franklin Institute
Tozour Energy Systems
Young Heroes Program, The National Liberty Museum
Bank of America
Mill Creek Capital Advisors
The Shipley School
Bayada Home Health Care, Inc.
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
Main Line Chamber Foundation, Developing Talent Initiative
Delaware Sustainable Campus of the Food Bank of Delaware
Cradles to Crayons
Stan & Arlene Ginsburg Family Foundation
World Affairs Council of Philadelphia
Foreign Policy Research Institute
Middle East Forum
Hillel at Drexel University
The Brownstein Group
University of the Arts in Philadelphia