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Qube Global Software team members maintain a commitment to give back | April 6, 2015

Qube Global Software team members maintain a commitment to give back | April 6, 2015

Following a recent tradeshow in Baltimore, MD, Director of Marketing Sharon Miller Trackman spearheaded the collection of nearly 40 pounds of excess candy from follow exhibitors. It has become commonplace for booths to have bowls of treats rather than promotional items as giveaways. Rather than throwing away remaining wrapped candies, Miller Trackman walked the floor, calling out to other vendors to ‘pay it forward’ with an in kind donation. Upon her return to Qube Global Software’s US headquarters in West Chester, PA, the items were donated to the Friends Association for the Care and Protection of Children.

The organization has a long standing commitment to assist homeless and struggling families in the West Chester region. The goal is to help adults find stability and preserve permanent housing for their families. Unexpected expenses or a sudden decrease in income causes eviction and homelessness: the association provides emergency family shelters and homeless prevention programs to provide temporary funding and/or housing.

The donated candy was used to fill Easter Eggs for shelter children, and used as snacks and prizes in gift baskets at the organizations third annual ‘Single Mothers Conference’ in April. The free event, hosted at the B. Reed Henderson High School, was open to single mothers throughout Chester County. Programming offers women the tools to be better empowered through encouragement and education from women who have been changed their lives through the program.
kind donation. Upon her return to Qube Global Software’s US headquarters in West Chester, PA, the items were donated to the Friends Association for the Care and Protection of Children.

The organization has a long standing commitment to assist homeless and struggling families in the West Chester region. The goal is to help adults find stability and preserve permanent housing for their families. Unexpected expenses or a sudden decrease in income causes eviction and homelessness: the association provides an emergency family shelters and homeless prevention programs to provide temporary funding and/or housing.

The donated candy was used to fill Easter Eggs for shelter children, and used as snacks and prizes in gift baskets at the organizations third annual ‘Single Mothers Conference’ in April. The free event, hosted at the B. Reed Henderson High School, was open to single mothers throughout Chester County. Programming offers women the tools to be better empowered through encouragement and education from women who have been changed their lives through the program.

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Britany Wright
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