iCorps Employees Donate $1,700 to Hildebrand Family Self-Help Center

Boston, MA —December 13, 2019 — Employees of iCorps Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of managed services, outsourced IT support and cloud consulting in major markets along the Northeast Corridor, donated over $1,700 to the Hildebrand Family Self-Help Center this holiday season. Hildebrand provides shelter, permanent housing, work readiness programs and life skill development to families experiencing homelessness.

Helping the Hildebrand Family Self-Help Center This Holiday Season

Donating to Hildebrand Family Self-Help Center

During the holiday season, many individuals and groups donate to small children, but overlook other age groups. At the annual iCorps holiday party, employees raised over $1,700 in gift cards for Hildebrand's young teens. Hildebrand and iCorps remain grateful for this partnership, and look forward to working together in the future.

"As a company, we're always looking for ways to give back to our community, and are honored to be a part of the work Hildebrand does," said Michael Hadley, CEO and President of iCorps Technologies. "Their organization is absolutely vital to the betterment of so many young lives, and if we can play a small role in that, we always will." 

About iCorps Technologies

iCorps Technologies is a leading IT Consulting, Managed Services, and Cloud Computing Company. iCorps provides strategic leadership, innovative services, and superior IT solutions implemented by the best consultants in the Boston, Philadelphia, New York, Charleston, and Detroit areas. With over two decades of experience, the iCorps team is dedicated to delivering excellence to our customers by staying ahead of market trends and understanding new technologies that could impact their business. 

About Hildebrand

Hildebrand Family Self-Help Center, Inc. is a 31 year old independent nonprofit organization with a mission to partner with families experiencing homelessness to achieve self-sufficiency. Exclusive to families, Hildebrand began as an outgrowth of a social action ministry of the St. Paul AME Church in Cambridge. The organization is named after the regional bishop, Rev. Richard Allen Hildebrand, who authorized the rehabilitation of St. Paul’s former parsonage for use as a shelter for homeless families. Today, Hildebrand, one of Metro-Boston's largest providers of emergency shelter for homeless families, supports over 300 families in shelter and our stabilization program annually, and also operates permanent housing on a $6.6 million budget with a staff of over 70 employees.

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