Community IT has a commitment to promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion throughout the technology sector and in the communities we serve.

We lead by example.

Our employee-owners come from over 12 nations. Over 65% of our employee-owners self-identified as part of at least one traditionally underrepresented or underserved demographic (race/ethnicity/LGBTQ+ /gender/ individuals with disabilities).

Over 50% of management roles are held by someone in the above 65%.

Our company culture centers around celebrating our traditions, heritages, and different lived experiences. We use and develop our individual strengths to better serve your organization.

Community IT was part of the 2024 cohort of organizations granted a certificate in Equity Essentials for Philanthropy Tech on completion of the Equity Essentials training program.

Community IT has made a commitment towards: 

Addressing racism and bias at Community IT.

Ending police violence against Black people.

Working to end racism in American society. 

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about how we are investing in organizational development
and increasing our industry and community involvement to further these goals.

Community IT supports the following organizations in our hometown of Washington, DC through sponsorships and volunteering.

Community IT was spun off its parent company and launched in offices in downtown Washington, DC in 2001, to ensure proximity to the local organizations and nonprofit community we were created to serve. We have exclusively served nonprofit clients with IT support since our founding, and well-managed IT helps them achieve their missions. Our mission is something we feel good about as employee-owners.

While we have grown to remotely support hundreds of clients doing good nationally, we feel deep ties to our hometown, and our sponsorships and volunteering allow us to give back to our local community.

Academy of Hope is an adult charter school in Washington DC that sees adult education as the greatest lever for generational change: from increasing wealth-building opportunities to strengthening outcomes for children and families.

Capital Area Food Bank provides equitable access to food and opportunity to people struggling with hunger and food insecurity in the Washington DC region. Each year, they source and distribute food for more than 50 million meals.

Carlos Rosario International School has been delivering high quality education to Washington’s immigrant communities for over 50 years, strengthening these communities and the local economy.

La Clinica Del Pueblo has been building a healthy Latino community in Washington DC for more than 40 years, through culturally appropriate health services.

Manna is Washington DC’s leading non-profit affordable housing developer & counselor. Manna’s work is about creating systemic change. They invest in neighborhoods through preservation, and redevelopment of affordable rental and home ownership projects.

National Legal Aid & Defender Association (NLADA) is America’s oldest and largest nonprofit association devoted to excellence in the delivery of legal services to those who cannot afford counsel. 

Rosemount Center provides early childhood education and family support services to pregnant women, infants, toddlers, and preschool-aged children and their families in its center-based and home-based programs in Washington DC.

Samaritan Ministry of Greater Washington is a faith-based community partnership serving the greater Washington, DC area. They bring together neighbors who face poverty, homelessness or other debilitating challenges with partner leaders, donors, volunteers and staff in a shared ministry that improves the lives of all throughout the Washington area, one next step and neighbor at a time.

The Social Justice School in Washington DC has a mission to catalyze an integrated community of middle-school learners to be scholar-activists who are designers of a more just world. The curriculum focuses on social justice and design thinking and enables their scholars to engage in meaningful student-led work.

Sojourners is an ecumenical Christian media and advocacy organization that works towards social and racial justice. Sojourners publishes an award-winning magazine, produces daily news and commentary on, and mobilizes people of faith for social justice through its advocacy initiative SojoAction.

Contact Us

If you have any questions or suggestions about our Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, or want more information on what this means to our employees and clients, do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected].