Cydcor Makes Donation To Aid Earthquake Survivors

by Jenson Lewis - Date: 2010-03-09 - Word Count: 302 Share This!

In the aftermath of the devastating earthquake in Haiti, one company has stepped up to assist survivors. Cydcor, one of the top providers of outsourced, face-to-face sales teams, has donated over 500 pounds of shoes, clothing, and first aid supplies to help with relief efforts. The donation was made in the form of 25 large boxes of collected goods and given to Haiti Gospel Mission, a charitable organization located in Despinos, Haiti.

Saddened by the devastation

Spokesperson for Cydcor, Senior Vice President of Operations Vera Quinn, stated that whole company felt the tragedy that had hit Haiti and were overwhelmed with a desire to help the small country. Employees of the company brought in first aid supplies as well as men's, women's and children's clothing and shoes to send to the earthquake survivors.

Company had prior connections

Making donations efforts even easier was the fact that one of the Cydcor employees already had connections in Haiti. The owner of one of Cydcor's independently owned and operated sales offices had spent time in Haiti working with Haiti Gospel Mission. The owner was able to relay information from the charitable organization back to Cydcor, allowing them to identify the area of need and where they could help.

Cydcor is not planning on leaving it to a one-time donation either. The company has made Haiti Gospel Mission a part of the family, and plans to continue offering support as they are able to.

Outreach is a way of life

Even prior to the earthquake in Haiti Cydcor made it a priority to help others. The culture of the company is centered on volunteering and community outreach. Thanks to this, employees were more than happy to step up and fill boxes to send to the impoverished country. You can find out more about Cydcor's humanitarian efforts by following them on Twitter and Facebook.

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