“While NetSPI continues to see business growth both nationally and globally, we haven’t forgotten about giving back to our local community,” said Vice President of People Operations, Meghan Hermann.
As a leading high-tech, research-focused cybersecurity company, NetSPI could immediately relate to the groundbreaking research going on at University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital. In particular, the hospital’s pediatric cancer advancements struck a chord.
“We were so excited to connect with the team at the hospital and knew immediately that we needed to make a big contribution,” said Hermann. “All 110 of our employees from across the country will be together in Minneapolis this week where we will kick-off the partnership with the hospital.”
To manage all of the company’s philanthropic activities so they can make the biggest impact possible, it decided to create a program called NetSPI Gives. As part of the new program, the company plans to donate time and money as part of a charitable initiative each quarter.
“Our physician-scientists are pursuing new avenues of research to develop powerful alternatives that are even safer and more effective treatments for childhood cancers,” said Nick Engbloom, Director of Community Partnerships for University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital. “We are excited to partner with NetSPI’s volunteer and philanthropic efforts, which will play an essential role in elevating the impact on pediatric cancer research here.”
“Our employees are always motivated by opportunities to give back to our community and are thrilled to be making a significant and lasting impact on children at the hospital,” said Hermann. “We’re excited about this important step in NetSPI’s growth and look forward to continuing to make a difference in the local community.”
Currently, plans are underway for a number of fundraising and charitable events at the hospital involving NetSPI staff. For more information and announcements, follow NetSPI on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
About University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital
University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital brings hope and healing to children and families by caring for one child at a time, while advancing education, research, and innovation on behalf of all children. By working as one health care team centered on its youngest patients, University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital and pediatric clinics create exceptional care experiences for children and their families in Minnesota and around the world.
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