Eric Edmonds

Eric Edmonds Philanthropy Coordinator

Passionate philanthropy coordinator striving to make the world a better place one project at a time. Responsible for researching organizations to invest in as well as maintaining ongoing projects that will continue to promote IntelliTect’s mission, this leader is excited and humbled to be a part of saving lives and greatly improving the quality of life for thousands of people around the world. For more on our specific projects, check out our philanthropy page.

Blogs by Eric

IntelliTect Supports La Escuela Integrada

Why We Believe in La Escuela Integrada During Spring 2014, Mark and Elisabeth Michaelis, the owners of IntelliTect, took their family to Antigua, Guatemala for a vision trip analyzing business and philanthropy opportunities. While there, they toured both campuses of La Escuela Integrada, a school offering free education to children unable to pay the school […]

World Relief Spokane and IntelliTect Welcome Refugees

World Relief Spokane Sponsors Refugees In addition to its work around the globe, World Relief has been chosen by the United States government to be one of the organizations to sponsor legal refugee settlement into the US. The World Relief Spokane office welcomes hundreds of refugees from all of the world to the Spokane area […]

Tanzania Child Survival Program

A Brief Look Into the Tanzania Child Survival Project Mtwivila Iringa, in south-central Tanzania, is the township of Mtwivila Iringa  with approximately 12,000 residents. More than 80% of the adults are unemployed leaving these people with little hope.    Most homes in Mtwivila Iringa are poorly insulated structures made of adobe and corrugated metal, leaving […]

How Compassion International Works

What Compassion International is Doing to Make a Difference Compassion International uses an individualistic and comprehensive long term strategy to help children and their families escape poverty.  Compassion does this using a three stage approach based on the age of the child in need.  The first stage of Compassion’s effort is called a Child Survival […]