Charity Work
 
 

We, at Pivot Group, believe that a strong sense of community spirit begins with charity work. As a company, we donate a percentage of our proceeds to non-profit organizations that promote interaction with and awareness of those in need. Individually, we are dedicated to serving community service missions closest to our hearts by providing hands-on assistance as well as donating resources.

Listed below are the organizations where we love to volunteer and our specific involvement in each. Please click on the logos to find out more about any particular non-profit.

The Atlanta Union Mission, Atlanta Children’s Shelter, and Habitat for Humanity receive a percentage of Pivot Group’s profits.

http://www.aumcares.org/

http://www.atlantachildrensshelter.com/donating.html

http://www.habitat.org/


Jim Soenksen strongly supports the ALS Association, the V Foundation for Cancer Research, and the Disabled American Veterans. He enjoys donating his personal time and resources to them.

http://www.alsa.org/

http://jimmyv.org/rememberingjim/jamie.cfm?print=1&

http://www.dav.org/donations/index.htm


Kristen Zarcadoolas spends some of her spare time working as the Director of Marketing Volunteer for the Stand Up for Kids Organization in Hollywood, CA. She also fosters abandoned animals before adoption for the Bark Avenue Foundation. Kristen’s two Boston Terriers like to volunteer their time with Love on 4 Paws as therapy dogs for children with cancer at local Los Angeles hospitals.

http://standupforkids.org/

http://www.barkavela.com/

http://www.loveon4paws.org/


Ed Sale prides himself on the work he does as a fundraiser for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. He also volunteers his time as an Adult Leader for the St. John Neumann Life Teen youth program.

http://www.nmss.org/