Kensington, Md. (PRWEB) February 21, 2011
Payroll Network, the largest independently-owned payroll management company that provides payroll processing and HR services to companies in the Washington, D.C. region, continued its commitment to locally-based organizations and charities. In 2010, the company donated more than $17,000 to 43 different causes. In addition, Payroll Network staff continued to volunteer their time as community leaders.
"Being involved in the community is at the hallmark of what we do," said Charlie Wolf, president and CEO of Payroll Network. "We know that the recession has badly hit many local organizations. It's our responsibility as local companies to do our part in supporting them, particularly during these difficult times. We intend to keep on supporting our community into 2011 and beyond."
Some of the charities and organizations that received donations in 2010 from Payroll Network were:
- Special Olympic Maryland
- Central Union Mission
- Manna Food Bank
- Share Food Network
- Food for the Poor
- Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure
- Gonzaga College High School
"We take pride in listening to our employees and customers regarding what causes deserve our attention," said Wolf.
Other special activities in 2010 included Wolf being selected as Gonzaga College High School's second alumnus in history to be "roasted" at a fundraising event. The event raised money for the Gonzaga student athletic department.
Payroll Network is the largest independently-owned payroll management company that provides payroll processing and HR services to companies in Washington, DC, Virginia and Maryland. Established in 1998, Payroll Network is the trusted, local provider of integrated payroll services offering professional, responsive and personalized service along with customized solutions. For more information, visit http://www.payrollnetwork.com.
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