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Social Responsibility

Vertical strives to be a responsible corporate citizen in communities around the country. Non-profit 501c3 charitable organizations often find it difficult to allocate budget dollars to purchase or upgrade capital equipment purchases like telecommunications systems. To aid in this effort, Vertical looks to its dedicated and loyal national business partner network to identify organizations in need of updated communications systems to enhance their valuable community service work.

Vertical’s Charitable Grant Program is a community outreach effort created for those Authorized Business Partners who achieve Vertical’s President's Club status. Each year, President’s Club members are eligible to name a charitable organization to receive a new Vertical telephone system. Vertical donates the equipment and the designated business partner in turn donates their time for system installation and customer training.

Below are non-profit organizations around the U.S. that have benefited from improvements in communications, reduced administrative efforts and improved community image through Vertical’s Charitable Grant Program.

Vertical gives special thanks to our participating business partners who have made this program possible.

American Red Cross: Pennsylvania's Southern Alleghenies Chapter
Soutnern Allegheines County, PA

American Red Cross: Pennsylvania LogoAmerican Red Cross helps people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. Last year, almost a million volunteers and 35,000 employees helped victims of almost 75,000 disasters; taught lifesaving skills to millions; and helped U.S. service members separated from their families stay connected. Almost 4 million people gave blood through the Red Cross, the largest supplier of blood and blood products in the United States. The American Red Cross is part of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement. An average of 91 cents of every dollar the Red Cross spends is invested in humanitarian services and programs. The Red Cross is not a government agency; it relies on donations of time, money, and blood to do its work. For more information on the Southern Alleghenies Chapter of the American Red Cross, please visit www.soallegheniesredcross.com.

Fibercom logo Vertical Authorized Business Partner – FiberCom, Inc., Woodbury, PA

Brevard Symphony Orchestrabrevard orchestra logo
Melbourne, FL

The Brevard Symphony Orchestra (BSO) is the area's premiere professional orchestra, providing beautiful music throughout Florida’s Brevard and Indian River Counties for over 54 years. The BSO performs a wide variety of classical and pops music, offers free concerts and educational opportunities.

Ideacom logo Vertical Authorized Business Partner – IDEaCOM Solutions Group, Orlando FL


Christ Lutheran ChurchChris Lutheran Church logo
Lakewood, WA

Christ Lutheran Church is using their new telephone system to improve overall communication amongst its entire congregation, faculty and volunteers.     

Olympic Telephone logo Vertical Authorized Business Partner – Olympic Telephone, Olympia, WA


Didlake, Inc.
Manassas, VA Didlake logo

Didlake, Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides training, education and job placement assistance for people with disabilities. The enhanced telephony system has helped Didlake to reduce long distance costs and improve communications between its dispersed work locations and over 1,400 employees placed at Fortune 500 companies, small businesses and government agencies located throughout Virginia, Washington, DC and Maryland.

TelNet logo Vertical Authorized Business Partner – TelNet of Virginia, Manassas, VA


Early Learning Coalition of Brevard
Rockledge, FL Early Learning Coalition of Brevard logo

The Early Learning Coalition of Brevard County, Inc. oversees school readiness services for low income working families in Brevard County. Its mission is to provide leadership and oversight for school readiness and voluntary pre-kindergarten programs ensuring that children have the opportunity to benefit from the quality of early learning environments.

Ideacom logo Vertical Authorized Business Partner – IDEaCOM Solutions Group, Orlando FL


Good Samaritan Boys Ranch
Springfield, MO The Good Samaritan Boys Ranch logo

Founded in 1959 by Reverend Bob Johnson, the Good Samaritan Boys Ranch concept was simple: provide a home for local children who had no home and no where to turn. In later years, the focus of the Ranch's mission was narrowed to serving only those who are severally troubled. Today, the Good Samaritan Boys Ranch is a licensed provider of long term residential treatment by the Missouri Department of Family Services and accepts up to 76 boys between the ages of 12 and 17.

Allcom logo Vertical Authorized Business Partner – All Comm Technologies, Springfield, MO


Hartford Youth Scholars Foundation, Inc
Hartford, CT

Hartford Youth Scholars Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing the number of Hartford students attending college by providing academic enrichment programs which enable them to access Connecticut’s finest college preparatory independent high schools.

DataTel logo Vertical Authorized Business Partner – Data-Tel, Fairfield, CT


Listen Community Services
Lebanon, NH Listen Community Services logo

For over 30 years, Listen Community Services has lent a hand to New Hampshire and Vermont citizens in crisis and in need of community dinners, tutoring, youth mentoring, summer camps, heating, food and rental assistance and more. The enhanced voice mail and auto attendant system has improved communications with citizens on available services and improved staff productivity by relieving receptionists from having to physically answer hundreds of daily calls.

Ideacom logo Vertical Authorized Business Partner – Ideacom Integrated Technologies, Stratham, NH


The March of Dimes - Space Coast Division
Cocoa, FL The March of Dimes logo

The March of Dimes is a national voluntary health agency whose mission is to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects and infant mortality.

Ideacom logo Vertical Authorized Business Partner – IDEaCOM Solutions Group, Orlando FL


Rose House
Tacoma, WA

Rose House is a non-profit clubhouse model, social and vocational recovery program for people living with mental illnesses. It is a community that is passionate about its members’ personal and professional development and acts as a bridge to employment, post-secondary education, and other opportunities in the larger community.

Olympic Telephone logo Vertical Authorized Business Partner – Olympic Telephone, Olympia, WA


SafePlace
Olympia, WA SafePlace logo

SafePlace is the only non-profit advocacy agency and confidential shelter for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in Thurston County. The telephone system with enhanced voice mail and auto attendant capabilities was donated in support of SafePlace’s newly opened confidential shelter. This new communications system has allowed SafePlace to improve its 24 hour crisis line and strengthen education and community outreach programs.

Olympic Telephone logo Vertical Authorized Business Partner – Olympic Telephone, Olympia, WA


Shrine Mosque Preservation Association
Springfield, MO

In 1920, the organization adopted its own official philanthropy, dedicated to providing free orthopedic medical care to children in need. Today, the Shrine's philanthropy has now evolved into and consists of 22 "Centers of Excellence" including three Shriners Burn Institutes.  Nineteen Shriners Hospitals around the U.S. provide orthopedic care and rehabilitation to children with congenital orthopedic deformities, problems resulting from orthopedic injuries, and diseases of the musculoskeletal system.

Allcom logo Vertical Authorized Business Partner – All Comm Technologies, Springfield, MO