Giving back to the communities where we live and work is important to ECS. Over the years, we have donated time and money to various nonprofit organizations in the areas of youth enrichment, community engagement, education, health and human services.


Boys & Girls Clubs of Capistrano Valley

Boys and Girls Clubs serve South Orange County and provide kids with fun year round activities and programs. This non-profit organization provides organized group activities and mentoring programs as well offering various grant opportunities that help develop today’s youth for tomorrow’s challenges.


CHOC Children’s Hospital

Since opening its doors in 1964, CHOC Children’s has provided the highest quality medical care to children, consistent with its mission to nurture, advance and protect the health and well-being of children.



As part of our commitment to philanthropic activities we founded the organization Crossroads, which provides education and financial support for children at-risk. In partnership with Christian CEOs and business leaders, parents and Christian schools, Cross Roads provides hope, knowledge and brighter futures for those in need.


Golden State Minority Foundation

The group’s mission is to help economically disadvantaged minority students achieve the comprehensive education necessary to realize their full potential as the essential voices of diversity in tomorrow’s leadership. For over three decades, Golden State Minority Foundation has remained committed to this mission.



The leader in research leading to a cure for Type 1 diabetes in the world, JDRF sets the global agenda for diabetes research, and is the largest charitable funder and advocate of diabetes science worldwide.


Stoneybrook Christian Schools

The board, administration, faculty and staff of Stoneybrook are committed to providing an educational program that seeks to develop excellence in a student – spiritually, academically, socially, emotionally, culturally and physically.


The Sumba Foundation

The Sumba Foundation is deeply committed to lessening the consequences of poverty on the island of Sumba by providing humanitarian aid by fostering village-based projects that impact health, education, water and income-generation, while preserving and respecting the fragile culture and traditions of its people.


Cru-Campus Crusade for Christ

An interdenominational Christian evangelism and discipleship ministry committed to giving people everywhere the opportunity to know and experience God’s love and plan for their lives. Cru offers spiritual guidance, resources, and programs tailored for people from all cultures in every walk of life.


Clubcorp Charity Classic-Augie’s Quest

The Charity Classic golf and dining event is committed to finding the cure for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig’s Disease). Donations from the event go to MDA’s Augie’s Quest, the Employee Partners Care Foundation (E.P.C.F.) and each club’s charity of choice.


Child Abuse Prevention Center

Since 1983, the Child Abuse Prevention Center has served at-risk children and families that are susceptible to or have fallen into the cycle of child abuse. Through 14 targeted programs, the non-profit provides the tools and education needed to build stronger families and healthier communities.


Y-Malawai (Peanut Butter & Jesus)

PB & J is an operation that distributes peanut butter stimulated with a micronutrient powder to malnourished children in Southern Malawi. The group also provides community-wide sustainable development and transformation in the areas of water and food security, healthcare, education, evangelism & discipleship, youth programs, and economic development.