Help Survivors of Japan Quake & Tsunami

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On March 11, 2011 at 14.46 (local time), a magnitude 8.9 earthquake struck 81 miles (130km) east of Sendai, the capital of Miyagi prefecture (Japan), followed by a 13 foot tsunami. We are deeply concerned about the devastating impact caused by the earthquake and tsunami.

Please consider supporting the emergency relief efforts by donating.

Ways to Help:

Several organizations are offering support to help victims of the Japan Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami relief. Here are a few ways you can help:

  • The American Red Cross is accepting donations for Japan Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami relief. Individuals can also text ‘REDCROSS’ to 90999 to donate $10 from their mobile phone.
  • Save the Children is responding to the needs of children and families affected by the earthquake and its aftermath. Donations can be made to Save the Children’s Japan Earthquake Tsunami Children in Emergency Fund.
  • International Medical Corps is responding to the health needs of the disaster’s victims.
  • World Vision has announced mobilization in response to the earthquake and tsunami.
  • NetHope, a collaboration of the world’s leading humanitarian response organizations is mobilizing efforts to support aid agencies responding in the region.
  • Mercy Corps is working with its partner Charity Peace Winds Japan to accept donations.
  • AidMatrix is working with its partners to connect resources and material for various response efforts. Needs for In-Kind and Transportation donations are being assessed and will be posted to the AidMatrix network as they become available.
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Susan Trumpler’s Most Rewarding Charitable Organizations

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Susan Trumpler has donated to her most rewarding charitable organizations (Honduras Rescue Mission and Arise Africa). Both are focused on children in third-world countries having what they need to become productive citizens – basic food, shelter, and education. She believes that every child born has the right to use their gifts to make a contribution to the world – but as Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs so clearly depicts – they can’t achieve self-actualization until their most basic needs are met.

Susan says, “Thank you so much for making community and world outreach a priority for our company and for the generous match that will be made. It makes me very proud to be an associate.”

Mike Finley Makes Donation to Autism Walk!

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Mike Finley of Corporate Visions Inc, has made a donation to Grant a Gift Autism Foundation’s Annual 5K Walk for Autism at Town Square Las Vegas.

Grant a Gift Autism Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charity helping children on the Autism Spectrum and their families fight Autism through the Diagnostic, Support Service, and Community Outreach Connection…by providing direct scholarships, funding partnership projects with local service providers and other gifts of support.  Our goal is to assist in enhancing each child’s development while supporting the family unit and promoting a lifetime of inclusion in the community in hopes of improving each family’s quality of life.

Whitney Fragoso Makes Donation to St. Baldrick’s Foundation!

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Big shout out to Whitney Fragoso for being the first employee to take advantage of the Corporate Visions Power Foundation Charity Matching Program!

Whitney’s donation was to St. Baldrick’s Foundation Donation, “Shaving the Way to Conquer Kids’ Cancer!” http://www.stbaldricks.org/participants/mypage/participantid/424603

Because Whitney was the our first donor to the Foundation, Corporate Visions not only matched her donation but doubled it. Congratulations Whitney and thank you for your involvement in the community!


Joe Terry Shows His Support For The Special Olympics

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Running to the sound of a different drum

On September 21st, and in an effort to raise money and support for the 2018 Special Olympics, CEO Joe Terry took to the trail with a fierceness rarely seen in bay area executives. Joe completed the 5k run in just under 30 minutes and directly raised over $1,300 for the Special Olympics.

You’ve gotta know where all this comes from,” says Terry, “these Olympians are every bit as strong and dedicated as those that we’re used to in the other Olympics. It’s almost like their ‘disability’ brings out the seriousness in them. These guys kill it.

Joe has plans to run in next year’s event and encourages all others with Corporate Visions to step to the challenge and join the Special Olympics fundraiser on September 23rd, 2011. Get more information about this fundraiser here.


Tahoe to become a leader in Sustainable Living

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Creating a Sustainable Tahoe

Cary Crites has recently partnered with start-up organization Sustainable Tahoe to help cultivate the Lake Tahoe area as a leader on a world stage in GeoTourism, Clean Mobilty, Green Building and Renewable Energy. The organization acts as the bridge between commerce and conservation, using Crites for help in speaking, project management and messaging.

It’s become a bit of a hobby for me,” notes Crites, “there’s been so much advancement in our projects that I take hours each night and much of the weekend to manage and creating proposals. There’s so much potential our area… and it’s a blast bringing it on.”

Cary plans to continue volunteering his time focused on the TahoeExpo in September of 2011, and invites anyone interested to help in the cause for a more sustainable Tahoe. Get more information about the organization here.

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Reno-Tahoe Odyssey, 2010

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Four Corporate Visions employees challenged their minds and bodies running 178 miles in the Reno-Tahoe Odyssey. This relay course is like no other, given the combination of natural scenery, world class attractions and historical points of interest. Sponsored by Corporate Visions, team Trunk Monkeys trekked from Reno, through Truckee, around Lake Tahoe, down to Carson City, up to Virginia City and back to Reno in 28 hours 13 minutes.