Neec Member Press Release

Cadmus Group

Energy Education and Land Conservation Among Beneficiaries of Cadmus’ Q2 Charitable Giving

December 1, 2016

WALTHAM, Mass., December 1, 2016—The Cadmus Group, Inc. (Cadmus) announced today the recipients of the company’s employee-directed charitable giving for the second financial quarter of fiscal year 2017. Cadmus’ popular employee-directed charitable giving program gives employees the opportunity to be directly involved in decisions about how and where the firm provides charitable support.

This quarter’s recipients are:

switch~: This event brings together professionals from the Rocky Mountain region for learning opportunities on the cutting-edge topics affecting the energy industry locally. Cadmus’ Tony Sharp, who volunteers with switch~, hails the event for its power to inspire and reveal common interests of industry professionals.
Greenbelt (Essex County’s Land Trust): Greenbelt works in partnership with private and public landholders to offer permanent solutions to realize land conservation goals. Principal Brad Jones has been a member of, and active volunteer with, Greenbelt for approximately 15 years.
Born Again Pit Bull Rescue: After adopting a pit bull from BAPBR, human resources business partner Stephanie Blakey became an avid advocate, volunteer, and donor for this volunteer-run nonprofit that is dedicated to improving the lives of pit bull terriers.
Speakers from October eTown Hall sponsored by giving recipient ~switch. Photo courtesy of KS Photography.
Speakers from October eTown Hall sponsored by giving recipient ~switch. Photo courtesy of KS Photography.

Applications were strengthened by applicants’ active involvement with the programs and organizations in question, as well as indicated allocation for specific projects, connections to Cadmus’ mission, and, in some cases, a history of support from Cadmus. Every Cadmus employee is welcome to submit a proposal requesting a charitable contribution to a cause or organization.

About The Cadmus Group, Inc.

Cadmus provides professional consulting services that help clients achieve their goals and create social and economic value today and for future generations. By applying exceptional technical expertise and a highly collaborative approach, we deliver customized solutions that address complex challenges facing the realms of natural and built environments, energy, public health, climate, homeland security, and international development. Cadmus’ more than 500 consultants serve government, commercial, and nongovernmental organizations in the United States and abroad.