TASC Community Relations
We believe in giving back to the communities in which we live and work. Our employees willingly share their talents and passions to help enhance the quality of life in our cities, towns and neighborhoods. Our community relations program promotes active employee volunteerism and a long-standing commitment to our local schools and other organizations that improve the quality of life in our communities.
- TASC “PIEneers” Raise $1,100 for Local Vets Ready2Work Program
August 2012 – About 40 TASC employees blew off some DC summer steam with a “Pie the Tie” event for the benefit of the Vets Ready2Work program at Linden Resources, an Arlington,VA-based nonprofit organization that helps people with disabilities find jobs (www.linden.org). They raised $1,100 throwing whipped cream pies at 13 brave colleagues. Pictured is Bill Copeland, a manager on TASC’s program supporting the FAA.
- Employees of TASC, Inc. marked Memorial Day with a fundraising picnic for the benefit of the Wounded Warrior Project
May 2012 – Employees of TASC, Inc. marked Memorial Day with a fundraising picnic for the benefit of the Wounded Warrior Project. With support from other local businesses and a corporate match from TASC, employees raised $14,000.00. "As we get ready for the official start of summer on Memorial Day, it can be easy to forget the harsh reality that there are men and women who are right now in harm’s way, and thousands more who have lost their lives for America," says David Langstaff, president and chief executive officer of TASC. "We are very proud to contribute to the Wounded Warrior Project and help support our soldiers who sustain injuries in the line of duty." To support the Wounded Warrior Project, go to http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/.
- TASC’s John Hynes Joins Capital Area Food Bank Board of Directors
May 2012 - John Hynes, senior vice president of TASC’s Defense/Civil Group, has been elected to a three-year term on the board of directors of the Capital Area Food Bank, the Washington metro region’s largest nonprofit hunger relief organization. "I have volunteered at the Capital Area Food Bank for several years," says Hynes. "Their mission of providing hunger relief to those in need is inspiring and particularly important in these tough economic times. I am honored to join the board." To learn how you can support the Capital Area Food Bank, visit http://www.capitalareafoodbank.org.
- TASC Team Helps Build Homes at Rebuilding Together Event
April 2012 - At a Rebuilding Together event, TASC employees volunteered to help paint the exterior of a family home in Middleburg, Va. TASC sponsored the event with a $2,000 donation to help with home repairs and improvements for people in need.
- TASC Donates $5,000 to North Alabama UNCF Campaign
April 2011 - In Huntsville, AL, TASC presented $5,000 to the North Alabama UNCF campaign. Nationally, UNCF helps more than 60,000 students each year attend college by providing scholarships to students and financial support to its member colleges.
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