October 23, 2009

Cydcor Supports a Dozen Charities Through Successful Inaugural Year of Neighborhood Leaders Volunteer Program

Cydcor surpasses 200 hours in charity work through internal program that makes it easy for sales offices to give back

Cydcor, the leading provider of outsourced, face-to-face sales teams, celebrates its support of a dozen charities and more than 200 hours of volunteer work through Neighborhood Leaders, an internal program available to Cydcor sales offices. The program is designed to assist Cydcor sales offices in supporting their communities through charity and volunteer work.

Cydcor’s network of nearly 200 independent sales offices located across the United States and Canada are given financial sponsorships and encouraged to donate their time and talent to non-profit, charitable organizations in their communities. Cydcor will match the office’s contribution up to $250 and will provide up to $250 more to reimburse for transportation and meals that are in support of the volunteer effort. Each independent office is eligible to take advantage of Cydcor’s Neighborhood Leaders Program once annually.

“We’re proud of the Cydcor community relations program success, and we want to continue to support the important efforts put forth by our sales offices,” said Gary Polson, chief executive officer of Cydcor. “Cydcor believes it’s imperative to not only support the communities in which we live and work, but also to support those communities in which the Cydcor sales offices thrive.”

Organizations helped through Cydcor’s community relations program are: Massachusetts Special Olympics, Miami and Ohio Habitat for Humanity, Project Bread in Mass, Boys & Girls Club of Venice Beach, Muscular Dystrophy Association, American Cancer Society, Multiple Sclerosis Society, March of Dimes, Corazon a Corazon (in NYC), Philabundance (NJ Food Bank), and Cattyshack Ranch Wildlife Sanctuary.

“We are dedicated to supporting team members and Cydcor sales offices in their charitable ventures and igniting interest in volunteerism, whether it’s financial or a donation of time,” said Jim Majeski, President of Cydcor. “Our goal is that this philanthropic spirit will continue to be instilled in our team members and becomes ingrained in our culture. It is simply the right thing to do.”