On the International Day of Charity (September 5), E-INFOSOL would like to highlight a couple of charities that they have worked with in hopes of bringing more exposure to them and hopefully assisting them in getting more sponsorships and support this coming year. Here are just a couple of charities that they have assisted:
The FBI Agents Association (FBIAA) was founded in 1981. Our mission is to advance & safeguard the careers, economic interests, conditions of employment and welfare of Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Agents & retired FBI Agents. We fulfill this mission by providing support and advocacy to more than 14,000 active and retired FBI Special Agents.
VIP is a training program for owners, principals, and C-level executives of service-disabled and veteran-owned small businesses, that specifically addresses federal procurement. Their 27-hour comprehensive certification programs are taught by subject matter experts from industry and government.
VIP has always been offered at no cost to veterans nationwide. Since the creation of VIP in 2009, over 2,000 veteran-owned small businesses from all 50 states, DC, Puerto Rico, and Guam are now procurement ready!
More than 100 participants attended the Oasis Tiger Team Annual Golf Tournament and Charity Event from the broader U.S. government contracting community as well as a mixture of large and small businesses and individual golfers. The OASIS Tiger Team is made up of representatives from the GSA OASIS (One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services) Contractor community.
The 2021 annual tournament raised $25,000 while serving as a great opportunity to mix and meet with industry colleagues and clients. Proceeds benefited SBAIC along with Trees for the Future, and Capital Youth Empowerment Program.
The Prince George’s County Police Athletic League is a juvenile crime prevention program that uses mentoring, educational, athletic and recreational activities to create trust and understanding between law enforcement and youth. This program promotes a healthy environment for the youth of Prince George’s County under the supervision of law enforcement professionals. The PAL assists our youth in developing character, integrity and leadership skills, as well as respect for themselves and others. The PAL builds a bridge between our police officers and our community’s youth. We provide a safe alternative to drugs, alcohol and tobacco and gang activity.
The Envirothon is a conservation education program and competition for students in grades 9 through 12. The West Virginia Envirothon focuses on five subject areas: aquatics, forestry, soils, wildlife, and a current environmental topic. By participating in the Envirothon program, students learn about West Virginia’s diverse ecosystem and how they can help conserve and protect it for future generations.
The Gary Sinise Foundation is a charity and veterans service organization that offers a variety of programs, services and events for wounded veterans of the military.
For more than 25 years sheltering children that have been victims of abuse shows that your donation is an investment in the future of these children. With the support from patrons like E-INFOSOL, they provide the children a safe, healthy and loving environment that safeguards their self-esteem, physical and mental health so they can become productive members of the society when they grow up.
Worthy Dog Rescue is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to helping dogs in distress, especially those living on chains, in pens, or in neglectful and abusive situations. Their mission is to provide a better life for these dogs through rescue and rehabilitation, outreach and education in the communities we serve, and addressing the root causes of animal overpopulation.
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is a non-profit organization dedicated to preventing animal cruelty. Based in New York City since its inception in 1866, the organization’s mission is “to provide effective means for the prevention of cruelty to animals throughout the United States.”
World Central Kitchen (WCK) is first to the frontlines, providing meals in response to humanitarian, climate, and community crises. When disaster strikes, WCK’s Chef Relief Team mobilizes to the frontlines with the urgency of now to start cooking and provide meals to people in need. Deploying our model of quick action, leveraging local resources, and adapting in real time, we are able to respond to multiple disasters at once — often on opposite ends of the world. By partnering with organizations on the ground and activating a network of food trucks or emergency kitchens, WCK provides freshly made, nutritious meals to survivors of disasters quickly and effectively. We know that good food provides not only nourishment, but also comfort and hope, especially in times of crisis.