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Aftermath Corporate Social Responsibility Overview

At Aftermath, we are committed to providing active leadership and support to the communities we serve. Corporate contributions are one of the many ways Aftermath fosters the caring spirit while helping families in crisis. From charitable financial donations to local sponsorships, scholarships, and volunteering, Aftermath is involved in a variety of valued efforts nationwide.

Recent recipients include the Jimmy Fund 5k Run/Walk and Golf Tournament, the Illinois Law Enforcement Torch Run (to benefit Special Olympics Illinois), the Knights of Columbus, the Honorable Order of the Blue Goose (benefiting Shriners Hospitals), and the Terry Gilles Memorial Scholarship Fund.

Aftermath Cares about First Responders

In the course of our work, we are fortunate to meet everyday heroes, police and law enforcement personnel, firefighters and EMTs who put their lives on the line to help their communities year after year. We believe that giving back to them is an important aspect of being a good business citizen. In recognition of their dedication, Aftermath has created the Aftermath Cares program, which awards prizes and hosts raffles like the Annual K9 Giveaway, to benefit the officers as well as the departments and communities they serve.

Furthermore, Aftermath donates extensively to local, state, and federal organizations whose missions aid and support first responders and their communities. In 2013 alone, Aftermath supported dozens of these foundations, including the Buck County Heroes of Buck County Pennsylvania, and the Emerald Society of Boston Police. We are also a proud supporter of the National Sheriff’s Association.

Passing on the Spirit of Volunteerism

Aftermath employees demonstrate company values through their own personal volunteerism, tirelessly contributing their energies to an array of causes including AIDs and cancer research, animal rights, community emergency response, and efforts to prevent poverty, suicide, and gang violence, just to name a few.

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