On the evening of April 23, 2015, more than 1,000 people came together at The Depot Minneapolis to celebrate the first 50 years of Lifeworks Services. Through sponsorships, silent auctions, live auctions, and individual donations, we were able to raise more than $436,000 for this great organization, which has touched the lives of so many people. Atomic Data is proud to be not only a Presenting Sponsor for the past several years, but also the technology provider for all the Lifeworks locations.
The Ronald McDonald House Charities Cooks for Kids program is designed to help the families served at the Ronald McDonald House while their children are undergoing treatment for life-threatening illnesses. After a long and often exhausting day at the hospital, families look forward to coming into the House for a “home-away-from-home,” cooked meal.
Atomic Data prepared, cooked, and served food to the families of these children at the Minneapolis Children's Hospital.
Atomic for Uganda aims to raise $80,000 to assist American Refugee Committee's work in Uganda. We will also be matching all funds up to $40,000.
ARC provides critical services to thousands of families in remote areas of Uganda. Atomic Data is using all funds raised to 1) provide staff facilities in these remote areas and 2) a vehicle for travel between villages and work sites—helping ARC provide services keeping women and children safe. 3) Funds will also be used in helping ARC develop a program on reproductive health education.
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The Lifeworks Annual Celebration, initiated in 1986, is a very special evening that honors the recipients of the Lifeworks Annual Awards by bringing together individuals served by Lifeworks, our donors, business partners, employers, vendors, volunteers and advocates, and various members of the community who help the people we support live full and meaningful lives.
Each year Atomic Data employees open their hearts and their cupboards to support those in need. For this year's Biggest Giver Food Drive Challenge, Atomic Data staff were asked to bring in food and other non-perishable items that would benefit the users of The Camden Promise Food Shelf. Thanks to generous employees and a 100% match provided by CEO Jim Wolford, we were able to donate over 300 pounds of goods to the food shelf.