FARMINGTON HILLS, MICH., – December 30th, 2014 – Coretek Services, a nationally recognized IT consulting and systems integrator, is honored and humbled to partner with local families, community organizations, and charities around the globe to make a positive difference and give back in any way that it can.

This holiday season, the employees of Coretek believed that no child should go without celebrating the magic of Christmas morning and having gifts under the tree. For this reason, Coretek supported Goodfellow’s “No Child Without a Christmas” adoption program for its second year in a row, as a way to connect with local children and families in need during the holiday season.

The “No Child Without a Christmas” program is designed to allow organizations to help purchase clothing and gifts for needy children across the area. This year, Coretek went above and beyond their goal of adopting 20 children, and were able to fulfill the holiday dreams of 23 deserving children.

“Our employees and their families are extremely generous,” President and CEO Ron Lisch said. “This year we were able to adopt 23 children, providing each one with a variety of clothes, toys, and stocking stuffers. It was our goal to make sure no child goes without a present this Christmas and we are grateful to our employees for helping to make this a dream come true for children in our area.”

Coretek Services makes it a point to volunteer in their community and consistently serve ongoing needs. They currently serve a wide variety of local charities, including the Forgotten Harvest, Make-A-Wish Foundation, and more.

“Whether it’s handing out presents to kids at Christmas, helping raise awareness, or providing computers to kids in Africa, everyone here has a direct impact on making a difference,” Lisch said. “For us, it’s proof-positive that great people working with great people can do great things.”

2015-12-22T20:22:01+00:00 December 30th, 2014|News|

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