ITServe Alliance is always dedicated towards CSR activities and focused on certain key developmental issues faced by communities, such as, but not limited to, H-1B/OPT employee welfare, STEM education, environment, underprivileged children and providing support for rehabilitation to communities affected by natural calamities.
We are proud to announce that we have recently added two wonderful initiatives under our Corporate Social Responsibility umbrella.
Save the Child
We are extremely happy to be associated with the Save the Child Foundation and sharing the common vision of enabling a world in which all children with needs either related to poverty or medical conditions will be protected and nurtured holistically in an eco-friendly environment.
If you share our vision, you can become a part of the various welfare projects run by the organization by donating to the Save the Child Foundation.
Recycle My Battery
We at ITServe find immense joy in supporting this environment friendly campaign started by two 10 year olds – Nihal and Mihir. This is an amazing initiative that can be taken up by anybody wanting to do their bit for the environment and it’s simple – all you need to do is recycle your batteries at the nearest Staples / Office Depot / Home Depot.
Encourage your kids to become a part of this campaign by placing battery bins in local community centers, libraries, and schools. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if your kids want to support or join this campaign. Together we can make a difference!
As part of our continued association with the Indian American Council (IAC), ITServe has in the past collaborated with the North Texas Food Bank in funding one million meals for hungry North Texans. Taking this a step forward, ITServe has now supported the IAC’s efforts together with the Atlanta Community Food Bank in conducting a funds for food drive to provide meals to Georgians in need as part of the Hunger Mitao Campaign (Wipe Out Hunger).
To participate in Hunger Mitao Month and learn more about the upcoming launch of the Indian American Council for the Atlanta Community Food Bank, please visit www.acfb.org/hungermitao or contact Greg Sims, Director of Individual Giving at IAC@acfb.org or (404) 832-4976