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Commitment to Community

Giving Back to Our Community

AutismSpeaks.pngAt Collaborative Solutions, we are invested in building stronger communities. As a progressive and socially aware company, we promote Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives that focus on being involved in our communities, conscious of our environmental footprint, and responsible in our business practices. We are firmly committed to integrating these objectives into our overall business plan, and we continue to improve upon our CSR performance year after year.

Our key charitable cause is AutismSpeaks, an organization which contributes to research and raises awareness and legislative support for treatment for those with autism. We are a corporate sponsor for AutismSpeaks' annual Walk Now for Autism, a fundraising walk around the National Mall. We have supported AutismSpeaks and served as a corporate sponsor for the walk for seven years and we are proud to say we have raised more than $100,000 for the cause.  This sponsorship is just one aspect of our ongoing CSR initiatives that contribute to a better work-life balance for our employees in addition to strengthening our communities.

Volunteering

WE ARE COMMIITTED TO:

  • Our Community – We encourage our employees to give back to local charities with their time and energy with three “Free Green Days” to participate in volunteer initiatives
  • Our Environment – We have a telework policy in place to reduce our company’s carbon footprint
  • Our Business Practices – We strive to do business with companies that share our values for sustainability and social responsibility, and we were the first Green sponsor at the 17th Annual Healthcare Industry User Group Conference
  • Our People – We are focused on high performance, company values, and employee development

WHAT OUR EMPLOYEES ARE SAYING

  • “After being diagnosed with breast cancer my mother devoted her life to helping others going through
    this same fight. My family and I wanted to keep her dream alive and help others fighting this terrible disease,
    so we picked up where she left off and founded Paint Georgia Pink in January of 2011. Paint Georgia Pink’s
    proceeds are distributed to local hospital foundations specifically set up to provide direct assistance to
    patients battling breast cancer who may find they come up short in other financial areas.”

    - Stephanie Passoff

  • “I am a Big Sister for Big Brothers Big Sisters. I chose to get involved with this organization because I feel like
    I have had such amazing influences in my own life, from parents, teachers, coaches, spiritual mentors, etc., and
    I wanted to become a mentor for someone else. I was recently matched with my little sister, Jasmine!
    I am very much looking forward to building a long-lasting relationship with her.”

    - Ashley Staley

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