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

  • 01_Ngmaro Group
    Country: Senegal
    Total loan: $ 2775
    Loan use: to buy sheep for sheep fattening.
  • 04_Akyaye Group
    Country: Senegal
    Total loan: $ 4075
    Loan use: to buy sheep and grain.
  • 04_Skhadam Group
    Country: Senegal
    Total loan: $ 4825
    Loan use: to buy sheep and food.
  • Affordable Computers & Technology For Tanzania
    Country: Tanzania
    Total loan: $ 25000
    Loan use: to expand to additional locations and distribute more computer hardware and ICT trainings at affordable prices in rural Tanzania.
  • 07 Ndanbakhyay 2 Group
    Country: Senegal
    Total loan: $ 5025
    Loan use: to buy fish and other seafood.
  • 02_ Kambeng Doumassou Group
    Country: Senegal
    Total loan: $ 3425
    Loan use: to buy 6, 5kg buckets of peanut paste and 15 kg of « néttétou ».
  • 02_ Fass Diae Group
    Country: Senegal
    Total loan: $ 4400
    Loan use: to buy 200 pieces of dyed fabric.
  • 02_Doumassou Plateau Kd Group
    Country: Senegal
    Total loan: $ 4850
    Loan use: to buy monkey bread [fruits of the baobab], palm oil, millet and lemon juice to resell as well chicks to raise and resell.
  • 09_Groupement Deggo Ndiakhaye
    Country: Senegal
    Total loan: $ 5100
    Loan use: to grow vegetables.
  • Paul
    Country: Uganda
    Total loan: $ 675
    Loan use: to buy studio equipment like camera and photo frames to serve more clients.