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Employees Give Generously this Season


One of the ways employees gave back this season was through the Salvation Army Treasure Tags program, which provides gifts for children and seniors in need.

Contributing to the Marine Toys for Tots program is a longstanding tradition at CTC and EVC.

Johnstown, PA December 22, 2022

Employees at Concurrent Technologies Corporation and its technology transition affiliate, Enterprise Ventures Corporation, are continuing their long-standing tradition of helping their neighbors in need.

Beyond their generous contributions to the United Way, staff members participate fully in opportunities to help those less fortunate during the December holidays. Company-wide efforts in 2022 included:

Toys for Tots – Once again, employees contributed to the Marine Toys for Tots program, donating quite a few toys for children in need.

Help an Angel in Shelter – Staff members bought $1 paper angels, with all proceeds going to those who count on the services of the Women’s Help Center in Johnstown. Every cent collected for the Women’s Help Center’s “Help an Angel in Shelter” program is used for a variety of supportive services for men, women, and children to use in rebuilding their lives. A total of $515 was collected this year. 

Salvation Army Treasure Tags & Bell Ringing – Children and seniors benefit from Salvation Army Treasure Tags, which include the first name and age of the recipient. Employees chose a tag then bought appropriate gifts to be given this holiday season. All told, 15 children and 10 seniors benefitted from our employees’ generosity.

Several employees have made it a family tradition to ring the bell at one of the familiar Salvation Army red kettles. Employees have been volunteering for this fundraiser through the years.

Group Effort – Rather than exchange presents among themselves, employees in the Contracts, Subcontracts, and Procurement group bought requested presents and household items for a family in the care of the Women’s Help Center. 

The group collected $830 for the family that includes a mom, a 7-year-old girl, and a 2-year-old boy. Special thanks to Brooke Cheskiewicz who coordinated this effort and did all the shopping!

Making Employee Gatherings More Meaningful

In conjunction with its holiday gatherings, the company asks employees to submit the name of a charity close to their heart. One of those submissions is randomly chosen to receive funds collected at the employee party. This year Cari DeAngelo’s charity was drawn, Food for Families, a subsidiary of St. Vincent de Paul Society in Johnstown. Cari’s husband Rodney is the Director of the Food for Families Warehouse, which gratefully accepts donations to feed local people in need. At the employee party, money was raised through the purchase of snowflake Christmas ornaments and a 50/50 style playing card game. A total of $795 was raised from these activities.

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