Helping Others

Our commitment to helping people doesn’t end with our clients and employees. In fact, it’s just the beginning. We are proud to support many important causes in the greater Atlanta area throughout the year.

Our employees sponsored and built a Habitat for Humanity home for a Gwinnett County Family.

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We have been a corporate sponsor of Women in Electronics for over 20 years, and have been the title sponsor of their scholarship golf tournament since 2005. In addition, a number of our employees serve on the WIE board.

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Since 2003, our employees have collected gifts for the Gwinnett Children’s Shelter. Over the last five years we have donated over 500 gifts to these children.

Go to Gwinnett Children’s Shelter website >>

We send teams of volunteers (our Santa Squad) to work at the Empty Stocking Fund toy distribution center.

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Since 2010, we have participated in the Leukemia Society’s annual Atlanta walk and have raised over $13,000 for this organization.

Go to Leukemia Society website >>

We have sponsored golf tournaments and walk teams for the March of Dimes which have netted over $60,000.

Go to March of Dimes website >>

For over 15 years our employees have served in the Surface Mount Technology Association (SMTA) which provides technical education and networking opportunities.

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Our employees serve on the board of Partnership Gwinnett, an initiative focused on promoting economic development in our community.

Go to Partnership Gwinnett website >>

We have dressed in our holiday finest and participated in this Salvation Army event since 2008, and our employees have donated hundreds of toys for their Angel Tree.

Go to Salvation Army Jingle Jog website >>

This event supports the Atlanta Community Food Bank and the Atlanta Braves Foundation. We have had teams participate in this event since 2008.

Go to Kaiser Corporate Run/Walk website >>

Our employees serve on the board of the Atlanta Hobby Robotics Club, which supports the study of math, science and engineering.

Go to Atlanta Hobby Robotics Club website >>