The Consortium Belief

We believe that if we have a capability to help others we then have the responsibility to help. Each of us at Consortium Networks believes in helping others selflessly. We have a few causes posted below that we partake in helping the community.

  • Feeding the Homeless

    One the first Saturday of each month, we prepare meals for those in need in the Camden, NJ area. We serve between 80-150 people at a time. If you are interested in volunteering or donating, please click here.

  • Helping End Addiction

    Consortium partners with Teen Challenge to help people with addictions find a better life and become a positive contributing member of society. Learn more about Teen Challenge.

  • Alstrom Strong

    Consortium supports the Alstrom Strong fundraising initiative to support the Potter Family, which has three superhero sons afflicted with a rare genetic disorder. Learn more at

  • Showing Compassion for Refugees

    Consortium is committed to sustaining refugees, stateless individuals, who are often taken advantage of in their hour of need. We actively support Crossing Borders events and their mission. Learn more here and at

  • Supporting the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children (ICMEC)

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    Consortium supports providing all children with a safe childhood and is active in the ICMEC. It is the ICMEC's mission to protect children from abduction, sexual abuse and exploitation. One way Consortium contributes to ICMEC's mission is through sharing their extensive experience and knowledge in security. Consortium’s very own Chief Security Officer, Arnold Bell presents training courses for ICMEC and is an active advocate for the organization. Learn more at

  • Support the Families of FBI Special Agents

    Consortium supports both the FBI Agents Association Memorial College Fund and Membership Assistance Fund which helps the families of FBI Special Agents by providing college scholarships to the children of deceased FBI Agents and providing financial assistance to Agents families in times of sudden unforeseen tragedy. Learn more at