Cydcor Gives Back to Southern California Community

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Cydcor employees volunteer at Casa Pacifica to help underprivileged kids, Cydcor makes $2,500 donation

Cydcor has been committed to helping our organization in whatever way they can

More than 80 employees from Cydcor, the leading provider of outsourced, face-to-face sales teams, rolled up their sleeves on April 11 as they volunteered their Friday afternoon to unload and organize community donations for kids at Casa Pacifica, a residential treatment facility in Camarillo for abused, neglected and emotionally disturbed children. Employees also toured Casa Pacifica's facilities to learn more about their programs and services.

This marked the fourth time in the past year that Cydcor employees have volunteered their own time to help Casa Pacifica and make a positive difference in the lives of underprivileged children, teens and families.

"Cydcor is proud to have developed a relationship with Casa Pacifica. Helping out those who are less fortunate not only feels good, it's the right thing to do," said Gary Polson, chief executive officer for Cydcor. "Just like the enthusiasm our nationwide sales force brings to our client for outsourced sales, our staff is energized to volunteer as we all realize the benefits of giving back to our own community."

Cydcor began its partnership with Casa Pacifica in 2007, when a team of 60 employees worked in their new warehouse to unload unloading storage units filled with community donations and organizing items based on age and gender. In December, Cydcor held a toy drive and delivered a mini-van full of toys to Casa Pacifica, helping to brighten the holiday season for more than 360 children and their families. Earlier this year, Cydcor employees donated their time to unload donations and organize clothing by size in order to help staff locate appropriate items for children more quickly. As part of Cydcor's initiative to give back to the community, Cydcor also presented a $2,500 check to the non-profit organization.

"Cydcor has been committed to helping our organization in whatever way they can," said Vicki Murphy, director of development and operations for Casa Pacifica. "Having the support of businesses like Cydcor is invaluable for us to further our mission and develop brighter futures for children of this community."


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