Communities form a
backbone of support to
help us all reach our
Communities form a backbone of support to help us all reach our full potential
Harvest Time Partners provides support to schools and communities to prepare the next generation of productive citizens. We provide support in three ways:
The Company provides resources from our portfolio of products to support numerous initiatives in communities around the nation working directly to help youth-serving organizations and family support groups.
The Company believes that early stage entrepreneurial ventures are the lifeblood of a free market economy and provide the foundation for innovation to strengthen the competitiveness of businesses, improve the lives of families, and build thriving communities.
Harvest Time Partners Venture Capital provides Seed capital, Series A financing, and strategic advisory services to early stage companies in the life science marketplace. Listed below are some of the businesses the company supports:
David and Tracy Esposito established and sponsor the Harvest Time Partners Foundation, a charitable organization that supports children and young adults in the pursuit of character-building opportunities worldwide. The Foundation supports a wide range of initiatives from college scholarships to community service projects, as well as international efforts to reduce the suffering of children and young adults.
Listed below are some of the groups the Foundation supports:
- The Character Council of Western New York. College scholarships and grants for local schools
- The Holter Museum of Art (Helena, MT). Art for Healing and the Teenage Art for Survival programs
- The YMCA of Greater Kalamazoo, MI. Programs for youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility
- The Harbor (St. Petersburg, Russia). Offering hope, skills, and education to teenage orphans leaving the Russian state system
- Missionaries to West Africa – Jeremy and Jenilee Goodwin
- Missionaries to Siberia, Russia – Cecil and Tonya Eshelman
- Missionaries to Brazil – Bethany and Rene Anderson