Trofholz is committed to our community – with a special focus on education and technology in the classroom. We sponsor charitable events, make financial and material donations to select organizations, and volunteer. Trofholz is also an active member of the local business community. CEO Yvonne Pire, serves on the board of the Rocklin Area Chamber of Commerce and local youth sports organizations.

Our employees and their families are a vital part of the communities where we live and work. The dedication, innovation, and enthusiasm that makes us successful as a company also makes us valuable and responsible citizens. We are active in schools, charities, clubs, and other organizations that create a richer and more rewarding lifestyle for all.



Philanthropic Focus

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Sacramento Area
Each time Big Brothers Big Sisters pairs a child with a role model, it starts something incredible. These pairings create a one-to-one relationship built on trust and friendship that can blossom into a future of unlimited potential. Above all, the Big Brothers Big Sisters Vision is successful mentoring relationships for all children who need and want them. Most importantly, these relationships contribute to brighter futures, better schools, and stronger communities. For instance, in a nationwide study, 83% of former Littles agreed that their Big instilled values and principles that guide them through life. To learn more, visit
Sutter Roseville Medical Center Foundation
Sutter Roseville Medical Center Foundation initiatives build and sustain healthy communities. They enhance patient care, and help meet the growing needs of the communities Sutter serves. Whether it’s by funding life-saving equipment, or programs that guide a family through terminal illness, 100% of funds support the Foundation’s mission. For more information, please visit
California Capitol Airshow
Established in 2004, the California Capital Airshow is one of the largest and highly respected shows in the nation. They have awarded over 80 scholarships to deserving students from the Capitol region with an interest in aviation, aerospace, and aeronautics. The California Capital Airshow honors the past while inspiring future leaders to do great things. To learn more, visit
Tuskegee Airmen, George S. Roberts Chapter
The Tuskegee Airmen George S. “Spanky” Roberts Chapter has raised and awarded nearly $160,000 in educational assistance funds to local youth since 1980. Primarily, the organization forges and sustains camaraderie with those who embody the “Tuskegee Spirit” in U.S. military aviation and aerospace programs. Moreover, this groups motivates and assists  minority youth toward military aviation and aerospace careers. For more information, please visit
Powerhouse Science Center
This high-tech, hands-on science center will immerse local children in science, technology, engineering, and math experiences. Powerful demonstrations show that the skills necessary for tomorrow’s economic success are fascinating and fun! Positioned between Discovery Park and Old Sacramento, a 100-year-old building will soon be a regional destination for students, teachers, and families. For more information, please visit
U.S. Army Warrant Officers’ Association & California National Guard Chaplain’s Fund
The Chaplain’s Fund began in 1994 to help California National Guard Personnel with financial aid in times of crisis. Most importantly, the Chaplain’s Fund provides grants and no-interest loans to soldiers, airmen, and their families. Since September 11, 2001, they have provided over $461,000.00 to more than 500 California National Guard soldiers, airmen, and their families. For more information, please visit
CASA of Monterey County
CASA of Monterey County ensures that abused and neglected children have every opportunity to begin a journey into healthy, productive lives. First, by introducing caring, responsible adults trained as advocates into their lives, they help break the cycle of abuse and neglect. Then, by engaging trained volunteers, they empower people in our community to place children’s needs and well-being as a priority. To learn more, visit
Freedom Through Vigilance Association
The Freedom Through Vigilance Association supports and continues the objectives of the US Air Force and USAF Security Service, and its social, educational, and humanitarian services. The objectives of this organization are to further awareness of the missions and accomplishments of the USAF. For more information, please visit

Other Philanthropic Contributions

Trofholz recognizes and supports organizations in need. We also work to create community partnerships. Listed below are some of the organizations we support.

  • Rocklin Area Chamber of Commerce
  • Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund
  • Children’s Receiving Home of Sacramento
  • Cancer Research Institute
  • Scholarship America
  • Girl Scouts of America
  • Animal Welfare Institute
  • Rocklin Junior Thunder

Trofholz Employee of the Month Charitable Donations

Our employees are committed to our community. As part of our Employee of the Month Program, each month Trofholz donates to a nonprofit selected by the honored employee. Listed below are a few of the recent recipients.

  • American Cancer Society
  • Air Force Enlisted Village
  • National Canine Cancer Foundation
  • Alzheimer’s Association
  • Wounded Warrior Project
  • Placer County SPCA
  • Hospice Foundation of America
  • Boy Scouts of America, Golden Empire Council
  • Bellevue Food Pantry
  • San Antonio Food Bank
  • St. John’s Shelter for Women and Children
  • Friends of the Roseville Public Library
  • Sacramento Police Foundation
  • Wild About Cats
  • Fisher House, Inc.

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