Giving Back

Corporate social responsibility is part of the fabric of growth[period]'s business and culture. The diversity of our employees, partners, and clients has provided us with key insights into the challenges and opportunities facing communities at every level, knowledge that has led us to conclude that partnering with non-profit groups and community organizations not only is good for the less fortunate and those that help them but also is good for business. As global interconnectivity continues to grow at a rapid pace, no one can afford to sit on the sidelines, and we try hard to practice what we preach. Our leadership is actively engaged in a number of charitable and community pursuits, ranging from working with wounded and disabled veterans to feeding the homeless, and sponsors frequent company-wide volunteer projects. growth[period] employees individually give generously of their talent, energy and passion to any cause that they deem worthwhile, and we embrace their passion and enthusiasm to make the world a better place, offering paid time off for charity work. Below are just a few of the many ways they make a positive impact.

growth[period] Supports Toys of Hope

January 2021: growth[period] is proud to support Toys of Hope. The mission of Toys of Hope is to provide toys, books, clothing, and other items to needy and homeless children and their families. The guiding principle behind Toys of Hope's mission is that all children, regardless of financial status, race, religion, or nationality, are deserving of those things which can help give them a happier and more fulfilling life.

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growth[period] Supports the Sarah Frei Care Fund

November 2020: growth[period] is proud to support the Sarah Frei Care Fund. On July 30, 2020, Sarah and her friends were driving home from a trip to Bear Lake, ID when a drunk driver hit them head-on in Logan Canyon. With no cell service, they waited 45 minutes to an hour before an ambulance arrived. Sarah was life-flighted from Logan Regional Hospital to Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City. She was then transferred to the University of Utah Hospital because of the extent of her injuries. She was internally bleeding, had damage to her abdominal aorta, a broken back and spinal cord injuries at her T12 and L2 vertebrae, a broken ankle, and facial fractures. She has undergone several surgeries where she lost 30% of her intestines, had a back fusion from T12-L4, and had to have both legs amputated at mid-thigh. She was also confirmed paralyzed from the waist down. She is a survivor and she is strong.

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growth[period] Supports the Capital Area Food Bank

October 2020: growth[period] is proud to support the Capital Area Food Bank. The Capital Area Food Bank is the anchor of the hunger relief infrastructure in our nation's capital, providing more than 30 million meals to people in communities across D.C., Maryland, and Virginia. Capital Area Food Bank addresses hunger and poverty relief in multiple ways: providing food for today, and addressing the root causes of hunger by partnering with organizations that provide critical services like job training programs and health care.

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growth[period] Supports Save The Children

September 2020: growth[period] is proud to support Save The Children. Save the Children was established in the United Kingdom in 1919 to improve the lives of children through better education, health care, and economic opportunities, as well as providing emergency aid in natural disasters, war, and other conflicts. After passing a century, it is now a global movement made up of 29 national member organizations which works in 120 different countries. Learn more about Save the Children's mission at their website here. 

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growth[period] Supports St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

September 2020: growth[period] is proud to support St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. St. Judes was founded in 1962 and is a pediatric treatment and research facility focused on children's catastrophic diseases, particularly leukemia and other cancers. The hospital costs about US$2.8 million a day to run, but patients are not charged for their care. It is located in Memphis, Tennessee, and is a nonprofit medical corporation.

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growth[period] Supports Hillwood Estate, Museum, and Garden

August 2020: growth[period] is proud to support the Hillwood Estate, Museum, and Garden, a decorative arts museum in Washington, D.C. The former residence of businesswoman, socialite, philanthropist, and collector Marjorie Merriweather Post, Hillwood is known for its large decorative arts collection that focuses heavily on the House of Romanov, including Fabergé eggs. Other highlights are 18th and 19th-century French art and one of the country's finest orchid collections.

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growth[period] Supports Longwood Gardens

August 2020: growth[period] is proud to support Longwood Gardens, a botanical garden located in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania. It is one of the premier horticultural display gardens in the United States and is open to visitors year-round to enjoy native and exotic plants and horticulture (both indoor and outdoor), events and performances, seasonal and themed attractions, as well as educational lectures, courses, and workshops.

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growth[period] Supports RunTough for Team Owen 2020

July 2020: growth[period] is proud to support RunTough for Team Owen 2020. Until April 2020, Owen was a typical five-year-old. He loved kindergarten, ninjas, his scooter, and Legos. After some unusual behavior, like falling downstairs and walking into walls, an MRI showed a tumor in his brain stem and cerebellum, which was confirmed to be DIPG – a very rare (only 300 diagnoses a year in the United States and Europe) and aggressive brain cancer. The jab of a pediatric cancer diagnosis is severe. The uppercut of a zero-survival rate is an absolute knock out. A zero-survival rate is beyond devastating and truly unimaginable. DIPG patients and their families deserve and need so much more. Stronger research. Greater understanding. Increased funding. Learn more about the event at their website. 

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growth[period] Supports Brentsville District High School Cheer

July 2020: growth[period] is proud to support the Brentsville District High School cheerleading team. Brentsville District High School is a public high school in Nokesville in Prince William County, Virginia, and part of Prince William County Public Schools. It is the only high school in Prince William County considered to be in a developing rural community. The athletic teams of Brentsville District High School compete in the AA Evergreen District and Region II. 

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growth[period] Supports the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund

June 2020: growth[period] is proud to support the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund (LDF). Through litigation, advocacy, and public education, LDF seeks structural changes to expand democracy, eliminate disparities, and achieve racial justice in a society that fulfills the promise of equality for all Americans. LDF also defends the gains and protections won over the past 75 years of civil rights struggle and works to improve the quality and diversity of judicial and executive appointments.

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