We Take Our Corporate Responsibility Seriously
We know our corporate responsibility is to provide the very best Technology services and consulting advice possible to every single one of our clients. And we do this with their overall goals and budget in mind. When we do, our clients ultimately succeed. —And when they succeed, so do we.
It is due to our success that we have been able to give back to our community in many ways. We recognize that a big part of our corporate responsibility is to help those in need. This is simply the way we do business at Cyber Tiger. With a shared vision of responsibility and service, our entire team is committed to improving the lives of those who need our help, through involvement in charitable giving and events.
A few of the organizations that Cyber Tiger contributes both time and money to include:
The Make-A-Wish® Mid-Atlantic Foundation That grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions. The Foundation serves children who reside in Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland and Northern Virginia.
The Brigance Brigade Foundation An organization that supports people living with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease) and their families.
We are proud of the work our organization and our team members do. And we’re even more proud to be able to give back to those in need and make a difference. Helping others is an important part of our culture and a main focus of our corporate responsibility effort
Team Inspiration empowers individuals living with cancer by developing exercise & wellness programs that improve their physical, mental, and spiritual quality of life. Team Inspiration is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
Madison, Wisconsin Firefighter Robert Verhelst will bring out the spirit of hero in America and the world when he compete in numerous Ironman’s across the country while wearing the firefighter gear proudly for the full run portion of each race.
On September 11, 2001, when our nation suffered the worst terrorist attack in its history, Robert felt compelled to respond. Following his shift at his Madison fire station, he traveled to ground zero and worked search, rescue and recovery on the pile for eight straight days. Since that time, Robert has been driven to compete in triathlons.