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We Believe in Helping Others Selflessly

Consortium is committed to recognizing and helping others in our both our work and personal communities. Explore empowering tales of Women in Technology, as well as many of the local causes we support.

Feeding the Homeless

On the first Saturday of each month, we prepare and serve meals for between 80-150 people in need in the Camden, NJ area.

Helping End Addiction

We partner with Teen Challenge to help people with addictions find a better life and become positive contributing members of society.

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Walk for Hope

We participate in the annual Walk for Hope – a fundraising event for pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) research and care.

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LUCY Outreach

We support LUCY Outreach that offers multilingual, culturally responsive services to low-income Camden County youth and their families. LUCY empowers youth to make a difference in their community.

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The International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children (ICMEC)

We support providing all children with a safe childhood and are active in the ICMEC. One way we contribute to ICMEC’s mission is through sharing our extensive experience and knowledge in security.

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Families of FBI Special Agents

We support both the FBI Agents Association Memorial College Fund and Membership Assistance Fund which help the families of FBI Special Agents by providing college scholarships to the children of deceased FBI Agents and financial assistance to Agents’ families in times of sudden unforeseen tragedy.

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We are helping to improve quality of life of financially under-privileged children in India affected by cancers such as Leukemia and Lymphoma.

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Women in tech

Empowering Women in Technology

We are strong supporters of the women who are making great contributions in the world of technology. Our series “Story Behind the Story: Empowering Women in Cyber Security,” tells the inspiring stories of successful women who chose to make a career of protecting people and data from cyber threats. This ongoing series of interviews conducted by Deborah Feyerick, award-winning National Correspondent and former CNN anchor/reporter, profiles female cyber security executives and charts the path that brought them to their current roles in the cyber security arena.

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