At Innotas, we love improving the productivity and efficiency of IT professionals across all industries, but we also love our commitment to improving our local communities in the Bay Area through both volunteering and financial giving. While we are proud of the financial assistance we are able to give to local charities, we are fortunate to have a generous group of employees who gladly dedicate some of their time throughout the year to help those in need. We have found that our community involvement boosts employee morale and strengthens our team, resulting in happy employees and one of the best places to work in the Bay Area.

Innotas team’s 2012 Summer Toy Drive

Some of the charities that we support include:

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The Variety Children’s Charity of Northern California
Proudly serving the needs of disabled, critically ill and disadvantaged children throughout the Bay Area for over 65 years.

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San Francisco Fire Fighters Toy Program
The San Francisco Firefighters Toy Program believes that no child should be without a toy during the holiday season. And the Innotas team agrees! The San Francisco Firefighter’s Toy Program is the city’s largest and the nation’s oldest program of its kind.

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Entrepreneurs Foundation
The Enterpreneurs Foundation’s mission is to engage high-growth companies in corporate citizenship and philanthropic efforts. As an EF partner, Innotas donates stock so that, at our liquidity, a portion of the sales of the stock supports EF’s work, while the rest is set aside for strategic philanthropic grants to the community.

"Innotas has been very fortunate to be a fast growing, award-winning, and a well-recognized technology company in Silicon Valley. As part of our corporate mission, we are dedicated to returning this good fortune to our local communities by being actively involved with important charities such as the The Variety Children’s Charity. It’s an important part of our culture here at Innotas to give back to our local communities."

- Kevin Kern, CEO of Innotas