Not Minding Money to Improve Mental Anomaly – Staffing Organization to Fund Autism Education Initiatives

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Rangam Cares, the CSR division of staffing firm Rangam Consultants Inc., has announced its corporate social responsibility goals for 2014, stating that it will donate 25 cents of every $100 of revenues to not-for-profit Parikh Foundation that will utilize the money to fund mainstream and special needs education.


Rebranded and ready to step up social responsibilities

The experience that we have gathered while volunteering special needs education reforms at a local level inspires us to go a step ahead and fund special education programs

Rangam Consultants has had its fair share of success of late within the temporary staffing industry in the US, which has catapulted a sizable revenue growth in Q3. Rangam has amassed a thumping 162% increase in revenues over the past three years, and is in an economically viable position to help the autism and special needs community by sponsoring pilot programs in NJ-NY schools.

An inside source revealed that on receiving the funds from Rangam Cares, Parikh Foundation will broaden its ongoing autism awareness raising initiatives in the local community, in an attempt to educate parents about how to deal with the neurodevelopmental disorder that affects one in 49 children in the state of New Jersey and one in 88 nationwide, according to the latest CDC data.

“We have already worked with a number of state- and national-level autism research and education bodies, most notably Easter Seals New York, Eden Autism Services, and Foothills Acres Rehabilitation in Hillsborough, NJ. The experience that we have gathered while volunteering special needs education reforms at a local level inspires us to go a step ahead and fund special education programs,” said Nishali Parikh, Outreach and Fundraising Associate at Parikh Foundation. Notably, Nishali and her brother Nived interacted with children with autism at a Connecticut training camp that was funded by Share and Care Foundation. Now with money to come from Rangam Cares, it seems they are soon going to have ample amount of internal resources to work with.

Notably, Rangam already has its subsidiary WebTeam Corporation developing special education software for the iPad, iPhone, Tablets and Android devices. WebTeam’s huge arsenal of mobile apps covers a wide range of learning domains for preschoolers and K-12 students with autism spectrum disorders.

Speaking of the functional diversity of Rangam, HR Manager Geetanjali Moorjani said, “We are not just a staffing company. We are a technology company. For instance, our subsidiary WebTeam Corporation is providing cutting-edge technology for the education of individuals with autism.”

Nishith Parikh, founder of Parikh Foundation and CEO of Rangam, said, “Mobile technology suits the repetitive requirements of special needs education.”

About Rangam Consultants Inc.
Housed in the Garden State of New Jersey, Rangam Consultants Inc. is among the most robust and dynamic staffing enterprises in the United States. With a team of 230 professionals, Rangam has been catering to the temp staffing requirements of an elite league of Fortune 500 clients since 1995. Besides staffing, Rangam specializes in software development, web development, mobile application development, infrastructure management, technical documentation, network design and implementation, and voice over IP engineering.

Incorporated in 2012, Rangam Cares is the CSR division of Rangam Consultants, acting as a functional unit primarily responsible for the community investment and outreach programs of the parent organization.

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