HOUSTON, T.X., February 15, 2013 — Members from DaVinciTek’s executive team flew to Houston to assist NBA All-Stars and many high-profile business volunteers in community projects across the city.
Anthony T. Curlo, DaVinciTek’s President & CEO, and Rick Diana, Vice President, Sales & Marketing, aided in the construction of a new community playground. They were joined by employees of Adidas, Kia, State Farm and many more, who pitched in on projects ranging from home renovations to sorting and packaging food for distribution to area residents.
“We remain committed to our participation with global community outreach initiatives that address important social issues such as education, youth/family development and health and wellness,” said Curlo. “Participating with the NBA and NBA Cares supporting a range of programs, partners and initiatives that strive to positively impact children and families worldwide is paramount to who we are at DaVinciTek.”
NBA Cares is just one of many philanthropic organizations to which DaVinciTek donates time and money. For more information on the charitable causes the company supports, visit the philanthropy page on www.davincitek.com
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About NBA Cares
NBA Cares is the league’s global social responsibility initiative that builds on the NBA’s long tradition of addressing important social issues worldwide. Through this umbrella program, the NBA and its teams and players have donated more than $210 million to charity, provided more than 2.3 million hours of hands-on service to the community, and created more than 760 places where kids and families can live, learn, or play.
Founded in 2004, DaVinciTek is a leading provider of top-tier talent for the IT industry. From emerging corporations to Fortune 500 companies, its team of seasoned executives and experienced recruiters serve their clients with a 24×7 work ethic, unmatched responsiveness and a consistently high level of client/candidate satisfaction. Visit www. davincitek.com for more information.