We at HumanTouch believe that it is part of our corporate responsibility to support and give back to our communities in need. As a result, HumanTouch supports a variety of charities every year. Below is a sample of the charity organizations through which we made a positive impact over the past several years. In addition to those shown below, HumanTouch donates time and funds to over 10 staff nominated grass roots charity organizations each year.
Decorate A Vet is a non-profit 501(c)3-pending organization that was founded by a long-time HumanTouch friend Jeffrey W. Jones of Classic Stonescaping & Gardens in Falls Church, Virginia. Each year members and supporters of Decorate A Vet raise funds and receive donations of time, goods and services to help our local veterans who have helped us live freer lives. With the help of volunteers consisting of neighbors, friends, family members and local business owners, Decorate A Vet assemble annually to refresh and restore local veterans’ homes for the holidays by cleaning, repairing and decorating to beautify those homes as well as their community -- facebook.com/Decorate.A.Vet or www.DecorateAVet.org.
Britepaths expresses the customized mentoring approach we take in conducting our self-sufficiency programs. For each client, we believe that there is no single, ‘right’ path. Everyone is different with differing needs and situations. Britepaths also honors our roots by expressing a guiding light that shines on a brighter future for those we serve. We are so grateful to everyone who has been supporting our work, and we hope you will join us in embracing our new name and be inspired to take part as we continue helping those among us who are struggling move from a place of need to one of true self-sufficiency.” Learn more about Britepaths at: http://britepaths.org.
As the premier provider of pediatric care in the region and the only freestanding children's hospital between Philadelphia and Atlanta, Children's National is home to numerous institutes, centers, and specialized units featuring innovative physicians, nurses, and academic experts working together to find better ways to prevent, treat, and cure different childhood conditions. The Annual White Hat Gala brings together individuals from the Cyber Security, business and philanthropic communities, as well as friends of Children's National, for an evening of celebration and awareness -- www.childrensnational.org
Loudoun Habitat is a nonprofit Christian housing ministry with a mission to make safe, decent and affordable housing available to people in need in Loudoun County. Loudoun Habitat has been providing affordable home-ownership to families in need since 1993. To date, Loudoun Habitat has provided 37 homes to partner families – 16 new homes and 21 rehab homes – reaching 136 individuals -- www.loudounhabitat.org
The Children’s Inn at the National Institutes of Health is a residential home away from home for sick children and their families. Children come from around the world to stay together with their families at The Inn while they receive the treatment in compassionate, loving care. HumanTouch passionately supports The Children’s Inn at NIH -- www.childrensinn.org
ICF International partners with government and commercial clients to deliver professional services and technology solutions in the energy, environment, and infrastructure; health, social programs, and consumer/financial; and public safety and defense markets. -- www.icfi.com
AFCEA is a member-based, non-profit association for professionals that provides highly sought after thought leadership, engagement and networking opportunities with a focus on cyber, command, control, communications, computers and intelligence to address national and international security challenges. -- www.afcea.org
Be The Match is a nonprofit organization operated by the National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP). The group has created the largest and most diverse marrow registry in the world to help save the lives of people diagnosed with life-threatening blood cancers -- www.bethematch.org
Fort Dupont Ice Arena is a not for profit organization that works to provide increased opportunity, education and inspiration to the young people of Washington, DC and the surrounding area through ice skating and educational activities. -- www.fdia.org
Positive Tracks is a nonprofit organization that works to empower youth of all backgrounds and abilities to use sport as a catalyst for change. Through a mixed methods approach of leadership development, service learning and hands-on mentorship, they teach young people how to take action by sweating for good. -- www.positivetracks.org
NVFS’ SERVE Campus houses a variety of programs that help our neighbors receive the immediate assistance they need, such as food and shelter, and develop the potential for future success, including rapid re-housing, health access and services for children. -- www.nvfs.org
Year Up works to close the opportunity divide by providing urban young adults with the skills, experience and support that will empower them to reach their potential through professional careers and higher education. HT partnered with Year Up in 2018 to mentor a student through an internship program that ended in him becoming a full time employee. It was such a rewarding process that we have decided to provide another internship opportunity for a deserving student next year. -- www.yearup.org
HIMSS is a global, cause-based, not-for-profit organization focused on better health through information and technology. HIMSS leads efforts to optimize health engagements and care outcomes using information technology. -- www.himss.org
Catholic Charities operates the St. Lucy project to connect food resources with local pantries that distribute food directly to their neighbors. -- www.ccda.net
The MSMJ Youth Foundation is a non profit organization established to encourage lifelong health and improved academic performance for underprivileged children. The group works to ensure that no youth is prevented from succeeding in sports and academics due to financial hardship. -- www.msmjyf.org
Byte Back is a DC based nonprofit that connects communities with inclusive tech training and pathways into living wager careers, providing individuals with otherwise laminated opportunism a free education to obtain an administrative or technical career. -- www.byteback.org