UBITQUITY ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITH TREEHOUSE
The innovative leader in the blockchain and real estate/title space partners with Washington State based Treehouse as a nonprofit partner in its Tech for Good campaign
Wilmington, Delaware, USA — September 18, 2020 — Ubitquity LLC, the enterprise-ready blockchain-secured platform for real estate and title recordkeeping, is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Treehouse in its Tech for Good campaign.
Each morning, nearly 10,000 children in foster care in Washington state wake up to unfamiliar surroundings. In foster care, they are safe from physical harm and dangerous neglect, but they are far from out of the woods socially, emotionally and academically. Trauma and loss, changes in homes and schools and emotional upheaval cause them to perform worse than their peers on every academic measure. Treehouse is taking on these challenges with fierce optimism by providing youth in foster care with access to the services they equally deserve to be successful in school and in life.
“Do well by doing good, is one of Ubitquity’s core values — our Tech for Good campaign is a testament to that,” said Nathan Wosnack, Founder & CEO at Ubitquity. “We, at Ubitquity, are extremely excited to join forces with such an outstanding organization like Treehouse to work together toward building a brighter future for all.”
Ubitquity’s mission is to assist Treehouse in giving foster kids a childhood and a future. Together, we envision and are actively creating a world where every child who has experienced foster care has the opportunities and the support that they need to pursue their dreams to launch them successfully into adulthood. We are here in the active support of Treehouse’s mission for the betterment of the lives of foster care youth.
After recently launching its first fundraising drive for Treehouse’s back-to-school campaign, Ubitquity, is excited to have tripled its goal. Ubitquity is continuously finding ways to support Treehouse and organizations of the like, that believe in and actively pursue making a difference in the world.
“We are very happy to partner with nonprofits in our Tech for Good campaign, like Treehouse, who genuinely strive to make a difference in the lives of others,” stated Ubitquity’s Chief Business Development Officer Ian T. Staley, MSM. “Educating, supporting, and investing in our youth is the best way to create a better and brighter future. In partnership, Treehouse and Ubitquity are collaboratively finding ways to make positive impacts for foster care youth.”
Treehouse promotes and takes action toward racial equity. As a whole, society is at its strongest when it embraces and reflects on the racial and cultural diversity of our communities. With fierce optimism, Treehouse and Ubitquity individually and collectively fight the structural inequities that impact all of us. Our commitment to equity is an investment in our mission and our shared future.
About Ubitquity, LLC
UBITQUITY, the enterprise ready blockchain-secured platform for real estate and title recordkeeping, offers a simple user experience for securely recording and tracking property deeds and land records. The company is partnered with academia, aviation companies, municipalities, and real estate companies. Version 1.1 release of the platform is now available at www.ubitquity.io. Learn more about Ubitquity and its partnership with Treehouse on their Corporate Social Responsibility page.
Founded in 1988 by social workers, Treehouse is Washington’s leading nonprofit organization addressing the academic and other essential support needs of more than 8,000 youth in foster care. They are committed to youth in care statewide achieving a degree or other career credential, living wage job, and stable housing. Treehouse is anticipating the needs of our young adults for financial assistance as young workers see hours cut or jobs lost as a result of closures by providing rent assistance, grocery gift cards, funding for laptops and cellphones, and internet, electricity and other utility bill assistance.
Sahar Hariri, Sr. Client Account Manager
t: 1+ (724) BITCØIN [248–2046]
Trent Freeman, Director of Marketing and Communications
t: 1+ (206) 767–7000