I never address issues symptomatically—I get to the crux of issue and take a ground-up approach. This is how I’ve built Aureus and why Aureus exists. We look at the root of companies’ pain points and solve them using cutting-edge technology that can be reused for most companies’ tech issues.
DENVER (PRWEB) February 07, 2019
Aureus Tech Systems, a CO-based Microsoft Gold-Certified & Co-Sell partner that provides companies accelerated digital transformation within the Intelligent Cloud at superior speed, quality, and price, recently teamed up with Helping the Homeless Colorado (HTHC), a charity that provides comprehensive structural solutions to homelessness by addressing the issue at its core and empowering youth to be the basis of this change.
What Sujata Bhattarai appreciates about HTHC is that it not only provides alleviation for the homeless, but it addresses homelessness at the root.
“I never address issues symptomatically—I get to the crux of issue and take a ground-up approach. This is how I’ve built Aureus and why Aureus exists. We look at the root of companies’ pain points and solve them using cutting-edge technology that can be reused for most companies’ tech issues. This is the way my brain works in all areas of my life, so when I heard of a charity addressing issues I care about AND addressing them at the root, I was sold,” stated Sujata Bhattarai, CEO, Aureus.
When high school students Ali Ginsburg, Alyssa Gorkin, and Matine Khalighi started HTHC, they shared this same mentality and set up their organization to work in this exact way: addressing homelessness comprehensively and at its core.
Sujata’s company contacted Matine Khalighi, Co-founder and Executive Director of HTHC, and on Saturday January 26, Aureus Tech Systems and Helping the Homeless Colorado hit the ground running at Denver’s Lawrence St. to deliver bags with hygiene products, socks, gloves, and other essential items. HTHC has three pillars by which the organization is run: Advocate, Educate, and Alleviate.
“Saturday’s initiative falls under the Alleviate pillar by providing vital products to people who often otherwise couldn’t brush their teeth, keep their hands and feet warm, or, for women, tend to menstruation,” said Matine Khalighi, Co-Founder & Executive Director, HTHC.
“This issue seems to be heavily misunderstood. Spreading awareness is key and I’m delighted to be a part of the positive impact that Aureus can make in our community. I look forward to our continued partnership with HTHC and expanding our philanthropy throughout the Front Range,” remarked Katie Parish, Senior Program Manager, Aureus.