Etech has always been a leader in serving and giving back to our communities.
Etech has distinguished itself as a dedicated corporation with a heart towards charitable activities and an engaged community spirit. No one person owns that mission at Etech. It is a passion lived out by many through community involvement both in the US and abroad.
Etech’s Lufkin team came forward to sell burgers and nachos to raise money for the “Relay for Life”. The burgers and chips were sold for the day and evening shifts. Our volunteers ensured to collect as much money as possible by putting efforts to cook and make plates for the entire staff.
The devastating outbreak of tornadoes affected the Alto community and town recently. Multiple saddening cases of deaths and injuries were reported that included a heartbreaking destruction of infrastructures and surrounding wildlife. Etech’s Rusk team came up with a quick help the Alto community and collected donations actively to send basic necessities.
Etech’s Lufkin team was happy to give back to the society by successfully accomplishing their Relay for Life fundraising objective. The team was pleased to be a part of the Relay for Life Survivor dinner this year and came closer to the community. Etech’s Lufkin team is excited to start preparing for next year to make a remarkable difference.
Etech’s Gandhinagar CAT (Community Action Team) team showed great enthusiasm to help Thalassemia patients who are in need for blood. Over 120+ members volunteered for the blood donation camp organized by Etech in collaboration with the Indian Red Cross Society on site. The team members donated blood, and fulfilled their responsibility towards the community and society.
Etech Dallas center team members celebrated black history month by hosting a fundraiser and donating a portion of the proceeds to the African American Museum. Members of the human resource department visited the museum to deliver the monetary donation in person, and to view the exhibits.
Etech Palm Beach center employees thoughtfully brought Breast Cancer awareness to all the team members by creating a Breast Cancer Awareness Wall. The team members also participated in the Susan G Komen Cancer Walk and wore Pink to support the cause.