TELEO Capital believes that in order to provide significant risk-adjusted returns to our investors, we need to be committed to the highest standards of business practices and ethical standards. We believe that introducing environmental, social, and corporate governance (“ESG”) considerations to our investment process can be essential to creating value for our investors and developing more sustainable long-term success at our portfolio companies. A wide range of ESG issues are addressed as part of the investment decision-making process, and these issues are managed post-investment. By incorporating ESG considerations into investment analysis and ownership practices, TELEO Capital can create additional value for all stakeholders and reduce the financial and reputational risks to which they are exposed.
TELEO Capital is committed to giving our Time, Talent, and Treasure.TELEO Capital’s leadership and team are intimately involved in the following organizations:
BOISE RESCUE MISSION MINISTRIES
(“Rescue Mission”) is committed to caring for every man, woman, and child in need across the Treasure Valley, no matter where they are at in life. If someone is homeless or struggling and in need of a hot meal or a safe place to stay, he or she can visit their shelters with no prior arrangements necessary. The Recuse Mission also offers services and programs for Women and Children, Veterans, and those with addictions. While the Rescue Mission provides meals, shelter, and clothing, they also care for the emotional, mental, and spiritual needs of individuals and families. Through their programs and service, they help restore dignity, a sense of purpose, and hope for thousands of homeless.
CareerSpring addresses the combined needs of first-generation college students and our rapidly evolving labor market as an incredible opportunity – an opportunity to facilitate the movement of underemployed Americans into jobs that maximize their potential, provide a living wage, and, importantly, the dignity of meaningful work. CareerSpring has a network of employers, colleges, high schools, and community organizations, to help provide the career information, social capital, and job placement services that will unlock the employment potential of first-generation students.
Cristo Rey Jesuit was started in 2009 by founding President Fr. TJ Martinez, SJ with an inaugural class of 82 students; today, they have 530 students enrolled. Cristo Rey Jesuit exists to inspire and prepare students of limited economic resources to succeed in college and lead their communities as compassionate, committed, and competent men and women for others for the greater glory of God.
Hume Lake Christian Camps and Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) have partnered together for over 15 years, creating Team Sports Camps. These camps help create successful teams by challenging individual student-athletes physically, mentally, and spiritually. They teach students that integrity, character, and leadership are fundamental to becoming an athlete worthy of the trust and respect of their Team.
Idaho Youth Ranch unites Idaho's youth by providing accessible programs and services that nurture hope, healing, and resilience. Since the day Reverend James Crowe and his wife Ruby Carey Crowe started a boys’ ranch in the desert outside Rupert in the 1950s, Idaho Youth Ranch has grown into a state-wide multi-service agency serving at-risk boys, girls, and their families.
One Challenge is an inter-denominational, international, Christian faith mission-sending agency. OC empowers local church ministries in more than 100 countries around the world. We believe that whole nations can be reached for Christ. With more than 500 mission workers, OC is involved in Missions Mobilization, Church Planting & Growth, Education, Holistic Ministry, Leadership Development, Member Care, Partnering and Bridge Building, Research, Sports Ministries, as well as Business Transformation.