Applied BioMath announces annual Charitable Giving Program
At Applied BioMath, we believe strongly in giving back to our community. One of our founding principles is to try and make the world a better place. Our products and services help our commercial partners make a better world through development of novel medicines, but our efforts shouldn’t stop there. Embedded in our corporate DNA is the commitment to help others less fortunate than ourselves. As a part of our Corporate Mission, Applied BioMath will partake in an annual Charitable Giving Program, donating a portion of our profits to charities selected by our team. These may be national, international, or local endeavors; the only requirement is that their focus is on helping people. We are pleased to announce that the following charities have been supported in 2015:
Barchand Hall – a local organization focused on providing help to women with children.
The Avielle Foundation – an organization founded in the aftermath of Sandy Hook focusing on brain health and its impact on violence.
Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund – a national effort to find a cure for Type 1 diabetes.
Massachusetts Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center – a pioneering collaboration of academic institutes in Massachusetts focusing on multi-disciplinary research; training scientists and clinicians and transferring new knowledge concerning Alzheimer’s Disease and related disorders.
“I am thrilled to kick-off the first year of Annual Giving at Applied BioMath. Since the company’s inception, we have been committed to giving back to our community. We are very fortunate to be able to provide assistance to charities that have a direct impact on improving people’s lives. In this inaugural year, we are able to provide modest support to a few charities. It’s my hope that in future years we can expand this to meaningful support for a large number of institutions. At Applied BioMath we believe that, regardless of demographics or outlook, we’re all in this thing called life together. We will provide whatever support we can to those who need a helping hand. We eagerly look forward to seeing this program grow in future years.”
Andrew Sutherland, CFO and Co-Founder, Applied BioMath
For more information regarding Applied BioMath’s Charitable Giving Program, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.