December 1, 2017


Sausalito, CA – Table Rock Infrastructure Partners, a private equity firm specializing in water infrastructure funding, today announced that it has chosen Big Brothers Big Sisters of America as its designated corporate charity. Inspired by the extraordinary success of the work they have done with the Kansas Big Brothers Big Sisters and the Big Soiree: Culinary for a Cause Gala in Wichita this fall, Table Rock decided to continue its work with the organization and has already committed to partnering on the 2019 Soiree.

“Table Rock is committed to investing in the future of our communities,” said Peter Luchetti, managing partner of Table Rock Infrastructure Partners. “In this philosophy, we align with Big Brothers Big Sisters. Their programs directly and positively impact the lives of children and provide leadership for them to achieve and thrive in the future. We are proud to support their efforts and mission.”

Table Rock has opened a giving page through their website at This year, all proceeds will go directly to supporting Kansas Big Brothers Big Sisters. Any gift of $250 or greater made between now and December 31, 2017 will be matched by an anonymous donor.

Table Rock partnered with Kansas Big Brothers Big Sisters to host the Big Soiree, an evening of exquisite food prepared by star chefs in Wichita and from across the country, a silent auction, and entertainment. The event was a resounding success raising more than $740,000, which will support and expand BBBS mentor programs in Kansas.

About Table Rock Infrastructure Partners
Table Rock Infrastructure Partners is the only equity firm in the country focused entirely on helping municipalities get critical water and wastewater infrastructure projects off the ground and moving forward. The firm structured, financed and now manages the first and only labor-led water and wastewater public-private partnership in the U.S. for the City of Rialto, CA, together with Union Labor Life Insurance Company’s (ULLICO) Infrastructure Fund. Table Rock’s “Progressive Partnership” process evaluates all options for municipal project design, construction, operations and maintenance, financing and delivery, and helps leadership determine which implementation approach produces the highest value for ratepayers. The process is flexible and can either address system-wide challenges, or focus on a major project or projects within the system. Projects start faster, progress on schedule, deliver value for money, and that value is visible and tangible. For more information, visit Table Rock Infrastructure Partners.