January 21, 2016
As business owners, our top priority must be to keep our staff employed and the business profitable. We believe, however, that being a good corporate citizen is also a critical component of business leadership in the United States. Even in the hardest times, companies can and should help the less fortunate, through monetary donations and by participating in activities that benefit the community.
Every year, we make contributions to our not-for-profit clients to support all sorts of great programs. We have also identified programs in our community as “go-to” recipients of our charitable contributions, including the following:
Small-scale efforts like these can have a dramatic impact on the organizations served, and set an example for others to follow. Until we all recognize need in our communities and do our part to mitigate it, the needy will continue to suffer.
We at ITS encourage all businesses to divert a bit of your profit to help those in your local community, too. Just a few small acts from every business and each successful person will make a world of difference. While these contributions are not as glitzy as donating hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars to get your name on a building, in many cases their impact is even more significant.
Thanks for reading,
Rob Connary, President - COO
ITS, Inc. strives to be the best information technology solution provider to our network of clients throughout North America. We help our customers realize the full potential of their technology infrastructure by offering insightful consulting, hardware, software, and services based solutions.