Giving Back to the Community with Corporate Citizenship Activities

Sparta Systems has completed several important Corporate Citizenship initiatives in 2011 aimed at promoting community involvement and raising philanthropic awareness for a range of local and national issues. These initiatives underscore the company’s commitment to making a difference in its community and the world through a variety of environmental, cultural and local outreach activities. It is important for companies to use their success to fund initiatives that work toward solving local and national problems. To that end, Sparta Systems community involvement and awareness activities for 2011 included donations and work with the following organizations and efforts:

- American Red Cross Japan Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami Relief

- Michael’s Feat – a local organization providing comfort and support for families facing a health crisis with newborn children 

- Good Counsel Homes – a private agency whose primary mission is to help homeless pregnant women by providing a loving family environment in a safe and secure shelter 

- American Cancer Society “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer” Walk

- Central Jersey Blood Center

- Operation Sleighbells (Family & Children Services of Monmouth County) – A historic annual holiday gift-giving program aimed at giving local area children a brighter holiday season 

- Food Bank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties

- Moorestown Charitable Works Club

Sparta Systems takes our responsibility as a successful company seriously, and aim to give back to the community and those in need around the world, no matter the time of year. We are proud to have done our small part in 2011 by contributing to these organizations and initiatives, and will continue to grow our list of corporate citizenship endeavors in the year to come.