Second Requests
ID has a deep corporate and personal commitment to community and giving back. The primary focus of ID’s corporate philanthropic efforts are nonprofit organizations valued by our employees. ID employees have several causes close to their heart.

Foundation Fighting Blindness

ID has made a significant impact in the community that seeks to end blindness – a personal cause close to Scott Burt, President of ID's subsidiary Integro. Scott is a national Trustee for the nonprofit organization, Foundation Fighting Blindness.

Scramble for Sight golf tournament

Scott Burt is also the chair and founder of the Foundation Fighting Blindness’ golf and auction event held annually in Colorad, Scramble for Sight. Through the Scramble for Sight golf tournament, ID's Integro as a Lead Sponsor for 18 years has helped raise more than $1.7M.

Colorado Technology Association

For more than 15 years, ID's Scott Burt has served on the Board of Directors for the Colorado Technology Association (, which represents the Information Technology industry in Colorado.

Blind Institute of Technology

ID's Scott Burt is a member of the Board of Directors for this nonprofit organization that seeks to dramatically alter the landscape of high unemployment among the Vision Impaired through training and placement into the Information Technology industry – an industry with the lowest unemployment.

Employee Causes

ID strongly encourages and promotes community giving by employees. Many of our employees are intimately involved in causes important to them, from helping the homeless to working with animals. ID matches employee donations and investments of their time to organizations they support, and we’re proud to have supported a long list of organizations over the years, including organizations that fight hunger, working to find a cure for cancer, providing educational opportunities to youth, and much more.

ID's Integro builds website for Climbing Blind Tibet expedition

ID's Integro was a proud sponsor of “Climbing Blind: Tibet Expedition” in 2004. Climbing Blind was created by Erik Weihenmayer, the first blind person to summit Mt. Everest. On the expedition, he led a group of blind Tibetan teenagers to the summit of a 23,100 foot peak on the north side of Mt. Everest. Climbing Blind, a non-profit organization, was created to overcome the misconceptions of the blind and to not place limitations on people with disabilities. Integro sponsored the expedition by developing 2 critical technology components – an interactive website and an easy-to-use web content management tool. The web site, had interactive elements to highlight each aspect of the expedition including an online forum for communication between the climbers and those who joined the online community.