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Quest for Good

Making a difference in the places where Quest does business

Through our Quest for Good program, Quest works to support vetted charitable organizations that are making a positive impact at the intersection of technology and underserved communities.

With thanks and appreciation to attendees, speakers and partners for their support of the Quest for Good program at the 2023 BLUEPRINT 4D conference, this annual program is again focused on creating a positive impact in our local host community. We are looking to expand this program at BLUEPRINT 4D in 2024, by making a donation to provide St. Philip’s School & Community Center (SPSCC) with additional funding to execute a STEM class project and then present their project to conference attendees.

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How can I participate?

This year’s program is designed to provide insights for IT and business leaders on how to assess and anticipate the impact of AI, what it will take to successfully manage change and how to develop the internal skills and resources needed for the changes to come.

As a BLUEPRINT 4D customer attendee, you can help make a positive impact by:

  • Visiting a participating Quest for Good vendor partner at the Exhibitor Showcase. Each visit to a participating vendor partner will result in $1 being donated by the participating vendor partner to the Quest for Good initiative.
  • Making a financial contribution to the Quest for Good initiative

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Your Contributions in Action

Contributions received in 2023 have gone towards executing the following Quest for Good programs where Quest is partnering with St. Philips School & Community Center (SPSCC), located in Dallas, to “give back” to the local community of Quest’s conference host city.

  • Sponsor a Class on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning: The Quest community is sponsoring a SPSCC class on artificial intelligence and machine learning in the spring of 2024. Through funding provided by the Quest community, SPSCC students will engage in hands on learning of Artificial Intelligence through a cloud-based 3D racing simulator, fully autonomous 1/18th scale race car driven by reinforcement learning (an advanced machine learning technique) and global racing league. Students will then attend BLUEPRINT 4D 2024 to present their lessons learned and to demo their fully autonomous race cars in front of the BLUEPRINT 4D attendees. The SPSCC presentation and demonstration is tentatively scheduled for Thursday, May 9th.
  • Career Day at BLUEPRINT 4D 2024: Contributions from 2023 are also helping to fund a “Career Day” experience for SPSCC’s 6th and 8th grade classes at BLUEPRINT 4D 2024. Career Day will include introducing students to the technology industry and specifically the Oracle ecosystem, facilitating demonstrations and interactive experiences with technology, and exposing students to various professions in the field of technology.

About St. Philips School & Community Center:

Located in Dallas, Texas, St. Philip’s School and Community Center (SPSCC) exists to provide an unparalleled education and compatible community services to enhance the lives of children and families regardless of economic background. Formed in South Dallas in the late 1940s to fulfill the needs of the local community, SPSCC began offering programs specifically targeted to meet the needs of area youth. Over the years, SPSCC has grown into a highly competitive, independent PreK2 – 8th grade institution with a rich reputation for educating children to be confident, morally strong, intelligent, and caring leaders.

Please join us in creating interactive learning experiences for the future leaders of technology.

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Quest for Good Donations


Circular Edge




Klik IT


ACBM Solutions

RST Solutions

Redfaire International

ERP Suites

Vertex, Inc

Edict Systems

Asset Management Solutions




J. Geiger Consulting

Magic Software

RECONNECT Dive Deep 23:


Mipro Consulting

Edict Systems

“We feel very fortunate to be in a position to raise meaningful funds and to create opportunities for future technologists. We are overwhelmed by the generosity that has already been displayed by our partners, however, we are not surprised by the spirit that emits from members of this community. Members of our community seem to have always known they are part of something bigger than themselves and are always happy to pay it forward to others, including future generations.”

— Jon Vaughn
Chief Executive Officer, Quest Oracle Community

Previous Quest for Good efforts

Through our Quest for Good program, it is our desire to positively impact organizations in the local communities in which we hold our events particularly supporting a group that intersects with our DEI initiatives and the technology industry we service.

Recent Quest for Good Recipients

  • Dress for Success, San Antonio, TX, Denver, CO, and Las Vegas, NV
  • St. Philip’s School and Community Center, Dallas, TX (STEM Kits donations and ‘Career Day’ field trip experience)
  • Haven for Hope, San Antonio, TX (Hygiene Kits donation)
  • Clark County School District, Las Vegas, NV (STEM Kits donation)

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