TRENTON, N.J. (PRWEB) September 14, 2020
ITServe Alliance, with the help of their 16 chapters, has raised over $300,000 just this year for their CSR Foundation to support struggling communities across the United States spending just $140,000 of their total so far by donating meals and supplies to families, local organizations, and businesses across the country.
Their 3 Texas Chapters (Austin, Houston, and Dallas) are making profound impacts throughout the state. The Dallas Chapter has donated over $20,000 to the North Texas Food bank, served over 1,250 lunches to the Texas National Guard, Roanoke Senior Living Center, Police and Fire Departments along with $3,250 to Parkland Hospital. Their most recent donations include donating $20,000 to CISDR (Communities in Schools of the Dallas Region Inc.,) to support programs in Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District and $9,000 to Coppell ISD to provide WiFi hot spots so 100+ students can attend online classes. The Austin Chapter has prepared, packed, and served over 11,700 meals to the Central Food Bank of Texas and over 1,200 N95 masks to front-line workers and first responders so far this year. The Houston Chapter has provided dinner for 8 weekends to Krause Children's Center 1,200 kids meals and 300 families in the greater Houston area along with donating over 2,500 masks to Fortbend County, the Sunrise Senior Living Center, and MUD148 District.
The Chicago Chapter frequently holds food drives and so far this year have donated and served over 9,600 meals to organizations such as Hessed House in Aurora, The Bridge Community Church in Prospect Heights, the Hispanic Community around Cook County, Joliet First Assembly, the community in Calumet City, and even school supplies in the Illinois 17th District. The community support continues with over 1,440 masks donated to the front-line workers at the Cook County Board Commissioner, the Illinois 17th District, St. Patrick's Residence, The Grove of Fox Valley, and more. Most recently, this Chapter has adopted a highway to keep the environment safe and clean.
The Northeast Chapter of ITServe Alliance has donated over 700 meals and 400 masks to local hospitals, medical centers, and nursing homes, and a total of $6,000 to the Trenton Soup Kitchen. Some of the organizations they've donated to include Robert Wood Johnson Hospital, Paterson Hospital, the American Indian Nurse Association, Princeton Medical Center, and more. In Philadelphia, their local chapter has donated $1,000 to the Northampton Borough Police Department, 1,000 surgical masks and 170 N95 masks to first responders, and 300 meals to healthcare workers at the Masonic Village Nursing Home.
From 4 additional chapters, they donated $3,500 worth of food items in Phoenix, donated essentials enough for 2 weeks to 100 families in Atlanta, donated 150+ KN95 masks to the police departments of St. Louis, and Columbus has donated over 750 hand sewn reusable masks and hand sanitizer to the Delaware Count Disabilities and to The Center of New Americans with the help of Sewa International.
ITServe Alliance continues to support communities and invites anyone who is willing to join them. Keep up with all COVID-19 relief initiatives and additional CSR activities on their social handles and by visiting http://itservecsr.org.
About ITServe Alliance
ITServe Alliance is the largest association of IT solutions and services organizations in the US, representing over 1,200+ member companies. ITServe Alliance is the voice of all prestigious IT companies functioning with similar interests across the United States. Through the years, ITServe Alliance has evolved as a respected platform to collaborate and initiate measures in the direction of protecting common interests to ensure the collective success of its member companies. Since its inception in 2010, ITServe Alliance has served to strengthen the knowledge, skills, and value of its members across the nation through its 16 country-wide Regional Chapters.