InventHelp, noted for "helping inventors since 1984" continues to offer help to the Salvation Army, Toys for Tots, Komen Race for the Cure, Hurricane Katrina Relief along with other charitable groups.
From Toys for Tots to hosting blood drives, InventHelp as well as their workers are contacting the community. Judy Kinlough, a Communications Production Advisor, places cases in the workplace to encourage other personnel to give food items or paper items during the company's yearly food drive which benefits the Salvation Army. A spokesperson for the charity, praised her for being "one of those exceptional people who cares a whole lot for other people." Kinlough was also honored as a former "Woman of the Year in Business" by Womansplace, a non-profit organization that fights domestic abuse, for her "exceptional work and perseverance to both their careers and their communities".
This past year, Toys for Kids, a charitable organisation in which InventHelp has supported for over 10 years, received much more than a hundred twenty five toys and games for youngsters in the Pittsburgh area from their workforce. When it comes to giving blood, InventHelp is accomplishing completely new records seeing that 20 % of the company's one hundred fifty workers chose to play a part.
Cancer of the breast hasn't been defeated, that's exactly why The Komen Race for the Remedy is a vital occasion to raise consciousness and funds to deal with this fatal health issues. "It was very rewarding to participate in a celebration where many people were united under a popular cause," reported InventHelp employee Liv Dobo, who completed the 5K run with a personal best time. "Joining together in search of a cure is actually our way of showing support for those who have already been troubled by breast cancer, plus the Race is a superb chance to inform people today with regards to the illness."
Although InventHelp is situated in Pittsburgh, the organization takes care of "our southern neighbors" throughout Louisiana and other locations which were plagued by Hurricane Katrina a few years ago. That's the reason why $10,680 was raised and divided equally between the American Red Cross and also the Salvation Army. In a second plan, the business offered to donate $25 for each new customer within the month of September, that raised an additional $20,475 "to aid our fellow Americans" based on the http://www.inventhelp.com/InventHelp-Hurricane-Katrina.asp
While most teenagers are busy with Grand Theft Auto, Broderick Alexander, a 16-year-old driven inventor who is suffering from sickle cell anemia, had a dream. Once the Little Rock chapter of the Make-A-Wish Foundation® got into contact with InventHelp, Broderick together with his mother ended up being flown to Pittsburgh for a four-day visit, in which they obtained an all-access pass to INPEX-The Invention Show. Trade Event Director Nicole Lininger presented Broderick with a "Future Inventor" award, and also a exceptional gift from IMET Corporation - a functioning model of merely one of the young inventor's ideas! IMET co-founder along with CTO Thomas Krol was good enough to have his folks make the particular prototype totally free, and Lininger arranged to have an all-expenses paid trip - together with an exhibit booth - intended for Broderick to present his creation for a upcoming INPEX display!
On top of that, InventHelp introduced Broderick to an third party patent law firm to help create and also file a U.S. patent application intended for the invention, plus the legal representative graciously volunteered to renounce his standard rates.