Integrity Data employees award $10,000 in Community Giving Program
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[October 20, 2009]
The employees of Integrity Data
in Lincoln have awarded a total of $10,000 in grant money to area
not-for-profit organizations. The funds, awarded from an Integrity
Data employee giving fund, were distributed on Friday at a luncheon
"Through the effort and hard work of all our employees, we make a
portion of our company profits available for employees to distribute
to not-for-profit organizations in the community," says Angie Ford,
administrative services coordinator with Integrity Data. "Community
and family are at the center of all that we do at Integrity Data.
And employees want to have a meaningful impact on our community. So
a few years ago we developed our Community Giving Program as a way
to provide financial support for not-for-profit organizations we
feel have an important mission in our community."
"Integrity Data is blessed to be a growing, thriving business,
even during a time of national economic difficulties," says Thomas
Franz, senior quality assurance supervisor with Integrity Data. "We
as employees are excited to be able to share that good fortune by
helping these not-for-profit organizations in our community."
Integrity Data received a total of 21 applications from
qualified, tax-exempt organizations serving the residents of Logan
County. Applications were then evaluated and voted on by Integrity
Data's Community Giving Program Committee. Grant recipients are:
Lincoln Area YMCA
-- Funds will be used toward a new outdoor playground at the
YMCA's Wyatt Avenue facility for preschool and elementary age
Lincoln Community High School's Media
Communications class -- Funds will be used to purchase a camera
with a microphone jack and a microphone set with a lavalier and
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Sheriff's Department -- Funds will be used toward replacing old
8 mm in-car cameras with new digital in-car police video systems
that record onto DVDs.
Christian Athletes -- Funds will be used to purchase a public
address system, portable projection screen and projector.
School District -- Funds will be used to purchase a mobile
technology station for use with interactive whiteboards,
including a cart, LCD projector, netbook, wireless access point
and DVD/VCR combo.
Zion Lutheran School -- Funds will be
used to purchase five whiteboards for the kindergarten, first-,
second-, third-, fourth- and fifth-grade classrooms.
Founded in 1996, Integrity Data has developed enhancement
products for Microsoft Dynamics GP Payroll and Human Resources users
across the globe.
Questions concerning Integrity Data's Community Giving Program
should be directed to Angela Kasel at 217-732-3737, ext. 223, or
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