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

  • Isaiah
    Country: Kenya
    Total loan: $ 125
    Loan use: to purchase the ACE One energy system in order to have access to solar power for lighting, charging and cooking in a way that is safer, cleaner and saves money.
  • Muong Phang 48 Group
    Country: Vietnam
    Total loan: $ 2000
    Loan use: to buy buy fish breeders.
  • Lino Adan
    Country: Bolivia
    Total loan: $ 1400
    Loan use: to buy chairs, tables and shelves.
  • Timaima
    Country: Fiji
    Total loan: $ 925
    Loan use: to hire a few workers, buy two pesticide grass sprayers, water blasters, a grog pounder and a weighing scale.
  • 01_Takku Liggey Keur Madaro Group
    Country: Senegal
    Total loan: $ 3725
    Loan use: to buy some sheep to fatten.
  • Moise
    Country: Uganda
    Total loan: $ 825
    Loan use: to buy medicines to sell at his clinic.
  • Nello
    Country: Malawi
    Total loan: $ 200
    Loan use: to buy more maize for resale and make more profits to support her family better.
  • Sanoh's Best Female Farmers Group
    Country: Sierra Leone
    Total loan: $ 2850
    Loan use: to pay for seeds, organic inputs, and tractor rental, which will allow these farmers to escape subsistence existance by farming a larger area and producing a higher yield.
  • Fundación Paraguaya
    Country: Paraguay
    Total loan: $ 355225
    Loan use: 100 all-women community banks recover from the COVID-19 shutdown.
  • Juan Ramon
    Country: Nicaragua
    Total loan: $ 1500
    Loan use: to purchase tables, chairs, rice, beans, spaghetti, oil, chicken, cream, lettuce, and tomatoes.