Giving back

Giving back is a cornerstone of our company culture, and we proudly support many charitable and humanitarian organizations with pro-bono or reduced-cost services.

If you represent a volunteer-run non-profit organization providing free and secular services to the underprivileged, please contact us so we so we can determine the best way to support your organization - whether this is solution design, professional hosting, software customizations, technical support or training for your staff.

Cividesk has directly supported the following organizations (and more) as part of this program:

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We also support the following organizations through financial donations and/or volunteering:

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and many others ...

Kiva.org Loans

  • Treasure Group
    Country: Zimbabwe
    Total loan: $ 1200
    Loan use: to increase her stock per trip and reduce her weekly frequency to South Africa.
  • Jailson
    Country: Brazil
    Total loan: $ 650
    Loan use: to buy soft drinks, water and general snacks and to do a little renovation work.
  • Jacob
    Country: Mozambique
    Total loan: $ 675
    Loan use: to buy goat cattle.
  • Dewitt
    Country: United States
    Total loan: $ 25000
    Loan use: me replace honeybee colonies and equipment that was lost in the Santa Rosa Tubbs fire last month.
  • Oscar Modesto
    Country: Honduras
    Total loan: $ 1300
    Loan use: to buy gloves, support belts, track suits, and new clothing.
  • Mahmoud
    Country: Palestine
    Total loan: $ 2000
    Loan use: to pay his graduating fees at the university for his degree in Law.
  • Victor Hugo
    Country: Ecuador
    Total loan: $ 500
    Loan use: to purchase calves.
  • Luis Carlos
    Country: Colombia
    Total loan: $ 350
    Loan use: to buy a canoe to extract sand from the river.
  • Joaninho
    Country: Timor-Leste
    Total loan: $ 1500
    Loan use: to buy wood to make chairs and tables for his carpentry business.
  • Digna Del Carmen
    Country: El Salvador
    Total loan: $ 800
    Loan use: to buy everyday products to launch a store.