Beyond making a difference in the business lives of our clients, we at INCATech are committed to making a difference in our community as a whole. Whether giving of our time, capital, or resources, we believe each of us can provide assistance through our core values: Integrity, Performance, and Value. On this page you can read about our current and previous efforts, and learn more about supported organizations.
August 2018: Volunteer INCATech employees gathered in our corporate office to assemble snack packs for our troops through a program called Pack for Troops organized by the United Service Organizations (USO) in the Metropolitan Washington-Baltimore area. USO of Metropolitan Washington-Baltimore is the largest chapter chartered by the USO. USO-Metro is a nonprofit 501c(3) organization serving those who serve and their families in Washington, D.C, Maryland and Northern Virginia. Their mission is to strengthen America’s military service members by keeping them connected to family, home and country, throughout their service to the nation. Beyond making a difference in the business lives of our clients, we at INCATech are committed to making a difference in our community and to let our troops know how much we truly appreciate all they do in serving our country.
May 2017: SERVE (Securing Emergency Resources through Volunteer Efforts) – INCATech volunteers prepared meals at SERVE, a homeless shelter located in Manassas. SERVE was founded in 1975 by a group of churches, local organizations, and concerned citizens with the goal of pooling existing resources to meet the emergency needs of families. For our part, we prepared a dinner of pasta, salad, and bread for approximately 65 shelter residents on Saturday, May 6 from 3:00 – 7:00pm.
November and December 2016: INCATech employees collected socks, deodorant, disposable cups, and other much-needed items in for donations to the Embry Rucker Community Shelter. The Embry Rucker Community Shelter is a 70-bed residential shelter that provides healthy, safe, emergency housing for families and single men and women. They are dedicated to helping their clients overcome the circumstances that led to their homelessness, and to facilitate their transition in stable housing.
May 2016: INCATech participated in Reston’s Relay for Life event. Though the weather threw us a curveball, the Reston Relay as a whole raised $146,905.80 for the American Cancer Society. INCATech was well-represented on the track, and thanks to our employees participation and generosity, we managed to exceed our fundraising goal by 33%! INCATech as a company matched all individual contributions dollar for dollar. This was an outstanding contribution to the effort to eliminate the horrible effects of cancer. the Relay For Life movement has grown into a worldwide phenomenon, raising nearly $5 billion to fight cancer. Click here to learn more.
December 2015: INCATech employees donated toys as a part of local Toys for Tots efforts. Thanks to those who contributed to this event. Toys for Tots was founded in 1947 when Major Bill Hendricks of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves took up a collection of 5,000 toys in Los Angeles, California. Today, Toys for Tots nets more than $280 million in annual revenue and has distributed over 494 million toys to over 230 million children throughout its history. Click here to learn more.