NJVCares Gives Back to Those Who Give So Much
The NJVC charitable giving program, NJVCares, supports national charitable organizations aligned with the reason why the company was originally founded—to support the military at home and abroad. NJVC also will support organizations that advance youth education—particularly STEM (science, technology, engineering and math)—in the communities where our employees work and live to help ensure a future pipeline of quality IT talent.
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National Philanthropic Partners
Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS)
At NJVC, we are honored to stand beside those who give so much, but never give up. TAPS provides peer-based emotional support and assistance to those grieving the death of someone who died serving in the Armed Forces. Since its founding in 1994, TAPS has assisted more than 50,000 surviving family members. Through an established peer mentoring network, online live chat programs, in-person care groups, and online support groups that are confidential, TAPS provides emotional support to the heroes our heroes left behind. Survivors connect in-person with others through TAPS grief seminars and retreats for adults, and TAPS Good Grief Camps and Camp Outs for children. NJVC has proudly supported TAPS since 2013.
CIA Officers Memorial Foundation
The CIA Officers Memorial Foundation's mission is to provide educational support and emergency financial assistance to the families of CIA officers who die while on active duty. Founded in 2001, the foundation seeks to relieve financial stress, encourage educational and career goals, and to emotionally reconnect survivors with the great Agency to which their loved ones gave their “last measure of devotion."
United Service Organizations (USO)
The USO is a nonprofit, congressionally chartered, private organization that relies on the generosity of individuals, organizations and corporations to support its activities. Its mission: The USO lifts the spirits of America’s troops and their families. Learn more about the USO by visiting www.uso.org.
Why the USO?
NJVC chose the USO because it is perfectly aligned with the reason why NJVC was founded in 2000: to support the warfighter. We also chose the USO because it will provide diverse volunteer opportunities for our employees. The volunteer opportunities may range from welcoming troops home after deployment in-theater to stuffing care packages, to providing IT support to the USO and/or supporting a USO program or initiative.
Local Giving Program—Youth Education
We feel strongly that supporting youth education, especially STEM, directly impacts the future of our workforce, and that of the IT industry, in general. This critical effort also helps to ensure continued U.S. competitiveness in the global IT market. For this reason, NJVC dedicates it local giving program to youth education programs. Learn more.
Organizations must meet the criteria stated above and complete all required fields in the NJVCares Donation Form.
Questions? For more information on our Corporate Responsibility, contact us.