Cydcor, one of the leading provider of outsourced, face-to-face sales teams, has donated 25 boxes of items, ranging from first aid supplies to clothing and shoes, to the earthquake survivors in Haiti through a charitable organization based in Despinos, Haiti.
Volunteerism & community outreach are a important part of Cydcor’s culture, and all team members were always ready to do something to help the earthquake victims of Haiti. They collected enough first aid supplies, clothing & shoes to fill 25 large boxes in just over a week. Vera Quinn, senior vice president of operations of Cydcor said “We were all humbled by the terrible tragedy in Haiti and wanted to help out in any way possible, We’re happy to be able to send items that will go to men, women, and children who lost everything in the earthquake.”
Through an owner of one of Cydcor’s independently owned and operated sales offices they learned about Haiti Gospel Mission (HGM). Simultaneously with running a successful business, the owner does also work in Haiti through the HGM and made Cydcor aware of specific needs in the country.
They has taken Haiti Gospel Mission in as part of the their community and plans to stay in touch with the organization so that future support and donations can be made.
Cydcor, Inc., is the provider of outsourced, face-to-face sales teams to a diverse client base of companies in a range of industries, including retail energy, telecommunications, office products, and financial services. Cydcor works with a network of independently owned corporate licensee (ICL). Cydcor sales offices providing clients with access to more than 2,500 sales professionals and almost 200 offices in Northern America. The company is privately held and is based in Westlake Village, California.
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