Warm Hands, Warm Hearts was an opportunity for us to serve the children of Stripling Elementary and realize it only takes a handful of people to make a really big difference, says Ted Pappas, VP of Professional Services.
(PRWEB) December 06, 2011
Corus360, an Atlanta-based technology solutions firm, is pleased to announce the launch of Warm Hands, Warm Hearts holiday campaign. Corus360 Cares is an outreach program that organizes charitable events and activities to serve the local community. By participating in activities designed to mirror the heart of our company and its values, we are hoping to publicly demonstrate what we internally believe – that goodwill is spread one employee at a time.
This holiday season, Corus360 is partnering with The Georgia Compassion Project, a non-profit organization designed to enhance the growth and personal development of children and adults. Together, we donated over 5,000 hats, socks, scarves and gloves to every child at Stripling Elementary here in Norcross. With over 1,000 recipients, our “Warm Hands, Warm Hearts” project is dedicated to keeping children warm this winter and bringing joy to the school this holiday season.
“We believe goodwill is contagious and can make a difference in children’s lives, one project at a time” said Ted Pappas, VP of Professional Services. “Our employees are eager to work and help those in our community. Warm Hands, Warm Hearts was an opportunity for us to serve the children of Stripling Elementary and realize it only takes a handful of people to make a really big difference. It is amazing to see the cascade of generosity that came from this.”
Corus360 is a technology consulting and solutions company with more than 10 years of success delivering infrastructure solutions, recovery and consulting services that help organizations reduce costs, increase efficiencies and maximize productivity. We specialize in best of breed infrastructure solutions, IT management consulting, application development, Data Center technologies, disaster recovery, managed services and enterprise applications. For more information, visit http://www.corus360.com.
About The GA Compassion Project
The Georgia Compassion project is designed to fulfill two objectives in the growth and personal development of children and adults in distressed situations. The two objectives are “Compassion” and “Movement.” When people find themselves in these situations, it is common for them to experience hopelessness. It is the Georgia Compassion Project’s goal to attack hopelessness directly. Our not-for-profit will accomplish this by providing children and adults with the opportunity to experience the small incremental “wins” in life that they may not experience normally.