We are extremely proud to announce that DaVinciTek will be honored by the Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey (CIANJ) during the organization’s Chairman’s Reception “Saluting the Generosity of Business.” The event will be held on Thursday, March 06, 2014 and was specifically introduced by the CIANJ to recognize “extraordinary acts of kindness” and the efforts of member companies who help individuals and communities overcome debilitating ordeals and recover from turmoil.

This is a profound honor for our entire organization. Since our launch in 2004, DaVinciTek has been composed of warm-hearted people who are passionate about helping others less fortunate. It is simply our nature to give back with no guarantee or promise of receiving any benefit in return.

As a leading provider of IT recruiting and staffing solutions that matches clients and candidates with remarkable success, we also feel it’s our duty to pay it forward. Subsequently, DaVinciTek has supported and driven numerous fund-raising and charitable activities throughout the years with the sole goal of positively impacting the educational development, health and wellness of the communities and families directly benefiting from these efforts.

In 2013 alone, the DaVinciTek “Gives Back” program conducted food drives on behalf of Market Street Mission and Community Soup Kitchen based in Morristown, NJ. DaVinciTek provided financial assistance to the NJ SIM Foundation and the Rod & Regina Scholarship Fund for inner city youths. Last February, the DaVinciTek management team traveled down to the NBA All-Star Weekend with executives from Resources Global Professionals to build a new playground in a Houston, TX urban neighborhood. DaVinciTek remains an ongoing supporter of the NJ Special Olympics, Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America, The Children’s Institute, American Cancer Society and Breast Cancer Month, among many others.

Anyone interested in attending the CIANJ Chairman’s Reception “Saluting the Generosity of Business” can either register online at www.cianj.org or contact diane.walash@cianj.org or 201-368-2100 for further details.

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