By Hiren Hindocha
Corporate social responsibility and philanthropy is part of the company culture here at Digital Nirvana. We’re committed to making a positive difference in the world – not just through helping organizations and companies with our technology, but also through nonprofit work to aid those in need.
Today we shared details of Digital Nirvana’s 2014 corporate philanthropic endeavors. Our corporate social responsibility program included support of several organizations that provide shelter for the homeless, raise awareness about suicide, and aid victims of domestic violence.
In 2014 we were involved with Vibha – a group that works to provide underprivileged children rights to education, health, and opportunity in the U.S. and India. Our company also donated to Narika – a provider of domestic violence services in California’s Bay Area. Digital Nirvana also provided support to the Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties.
We also sponsored the 12th annual breakfast for Safe Alternatives to Violent Environments (SAVE), a domestic violence victim advocacy organization located in Alameda County – where our company is headquartered in California. We’ve worked with SAVE for the past several years in helping to support the non-profit’s mission of providing alternatives to domestic violence through support services, advocacy and education.
Digital Nirvana also sponsored the 2014 Journey Home Breakfast for Abode Services, a California nonprofit dedicated to ending homelessness in Alameda, Santa Clara, and Santa Cruz counties. On a personal note, I currently serve on Abode Services’ Board of Directors as its Vice President. Working to find permanent housing for people in the area experiencing homelessness is a cause that’s close to my heart.
As an organization, we want to make a positive difference not only in the communities where our company is located, but all over the world. We plan to continue to support a number of nonprofit organizations this year, and look forward to helping those in need throughout 2015.