LightWork Software seeks to inspire people to deliver more and be more every day.
Nurturing growth, both professional and personal, is the foundation of who we are. That’s why it is important to us to support organizations in our community that help create a better tomorrow. We support organizations that mirror our companies values. That’s why we support such organizations as Z Radio and Florida Conference of Seventh Day Adventists. We are blessed to be able to support a variety of charitable organizations like these.
“‘Giving back’ is tremendously rewarding. We are grateful to our clients who contribute in this effort with their support of our products and services. We understand that we come into this world with nothing and we leave with nothing. A part of what we earn in the interim is our responsibility to share. It is our pleasure to give back to the community and our nonprofit clients, helping care for people and creating a healthy atmosphere of sharing.”
Pamela Perryman CEO
Florida Conference of Seventh-day Adventists is an unincorporated, nonprofit organization which serves as the administrative body for its sisterhood of churches with an emphasis on evangelism, nurturing constituents, and operating a system of schools. The Florida Conference regional corporate headquarters provides resources to its members, church congregations, and the general public.
Z88.3 is owned by local non-profit corporations with the mission to make the Central Florida communities they serve a better place to live by providing families with a spiritual anchor and news, weather and emergency information needed to keep the family informed, safe and encouraged.
The Neighborhood Center of West Volusia's vision is to be an integral part of the collaborative efforts to serve the homeless, to feed the hungry and to prevent homelessness in DeLand and West Volusia County. Emergency housing for families with children is a desperate need today in our community. Since 1970, The Neighborhood Center has provided food, assistance with rent and utilities, shelter, referrals, and counseling services.
Childhood Cancer Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization that provides support to families with children (19 and under) that have been diagnosed with cancer. The foundation pays for electric bills, groceries, clothes, shoes, gas cards, lodging and many other expenses faced by these families while their loved one fights for their life. Not one of us would want to have to face cancer alone; The Childhood Cancer Foundation makes sure no one has to.
The Lawrence E. Whelan BeginAgain Children’s Grief Center provides this crucial support and understanding to children and families in Volusia and Flagler counties who have experienced the death of a loved one. Through physical activity, art, drama, music and other activities, children ages 4-18 can share their feelings and learn ways to cope with their grief in a safe and child-friendly environment. In addition, they have the chance to bond with other grieving children and, as a result, discover they are not alone.