At the conclusion of 2009, Twice Verified contributed to the Salvation Army to support their year-end fund raising campaign.
Online PR News – 26-February-2010 – – Twice Verified concluded 2009 with positive results and a generous contribution to the Salvation Army. Although the year has been summed up as one of the worst for the economy, Twice Verified found it as a test of their commitment to supporting the community in which they work.
Many footnotes are still being written about employment levels, bonuses in the banking industry and the struggle of major corporations, and, yet, non-profits still needed financial support to operate and survive. Twice Verified felt the economic pinch as well, but their support of the Salvation Army continued.
As part of the Salvation Army’s Dig Deep SF campaign, Twice Verified’s donation helped provide assistance and toys to low-income families in the Bay Area. “We saw there was an increase in the number of low-income families due to the high unemployment, and we wanted to help out,” says Joe Cain, Managing Director at Twice Verified. “The Dig Deep SF campaign was well-named because that’s what we had to do,” Cain continues, “and it provided support to many families right away.”
In addition to the holiday support, The Salvation Army also works to help those who may have otherwise been overlooked and provides food, clothing and shelter for many homeless, seniors and others. While many news stories focus on extreme measures people are taking to survive – or sometimes fight back – it is still notable when private companies and individuals contribute their time and money to helping those in need.
Twice Verified has a deep belief in helping others. In their normal course of business, they help their clients with customer acquisition efforts and other marketing campaigns. When possible, they create alliances between their client base and non-profits and environmental organizations on a local and national level.