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At Amotec, you will often hear President and CEO Carmine Izzo tell staff “if the lights are on, and we’re all still employed, we have the ability to give back.” Since our founding in 2000, Amotec has been dedicated to developing a company culture that is passionate about giving back to the communities we work in.
To our employees, giving means more than writing a check, we are proud to partner with dozens of organizations to provide financial, goods and volunteer support year round. As our reach grows in our industry, we are committed to reflecting that reach in our community.
Part of our company culture is providing a workplace where employees are able and excited to share their personal passions including the causes that mean most to them. In addition to our monthly corporate giving activities, we are proud to feature our employees and the work they do in their communities.
Over the years, Amotec has given to many employee-driven community initiatives and have most recently participated in and supported The Cleveland Food Bank, Good Neighbors, Volunteers of America, Lake County Humane Society, Ronald McDonald House, Spanish American Committee, The Lupus Foundation, Front Steps Housing and Services, American Cancer Society Relay for Life, and the Autism Society of Greater Cleveland.
Past giving activities supported Ohio Guidestone, The Greater Cleveland Food Bank, Wounded Warrior Project, The Cleveland Mission, Providence House Crisis Nursery, and Vocational Guidance.
Our teams know that when our communities have the support they need, everyone thrives. As we approach our 20th anniversary we are more passionate than ever about providing resources to local and national organizations. To learn more about Amotec’s dedication to community giving, visit https://www.www.amotecinc.com/community-giving.