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Community Outreach

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Envistacom is committed to giving back to our communities. We invest in organizations that help U.S. military members, veterans and their families, as well as disadvantaged youth. These organizations have goals that closely align with our company values, and our team passionately supports their missions.

Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation (MCSF)

Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation (MCSF)

We team up with the MCSF to support the education of the children of Marines through yearly golf fundraisers.

Wreaths Across America

Wreaths Across America

Each year, we support Wreaths Across America by contributing donations and laying wreaths in a U.S. military veterans’ cemetery to remember our fallen veterans and honor those who serve.

Veterans Empowerment Organization (VEO)

We partner with the VEO and support its mission to empower veterans on their journey to self-sufficiency through housing, optimal wellness and workforce guidance.

Covenant House

Covenant House

Our team takes part in Covenant House’s annual executive “Sleep Out” and “Night of Broadway Stars” events to support homeless and trafficked youth.

Atlanta United Military Outreach (ATL UTD)

Atlanta United Military Outreach (ATL UTD)

We show our team spirit as a partner of Atlanta United’s Military Outreach program through organizing overseas game watching events, soccer clinics and military events.

Atlanta Youth Soccer Foundation (AYSF)

Atlanta Youth Soccer Foundation (AYSF)

We support AYSF’s mission to mentor and provide a sense of community to disadvantaged youth. We do this by supporting its youth soccer teams, which bring together kids from all backgrounds and provide a healthy, structured environment that allows them to reach their greater potential.

Fisher House Foundation

Fisher House Foundation

Teaming with the Association of the United States Army (AUSA), we hold a yearly minor league baseball fundraiser for the Fisher House Foundation, which provides free housing for families of military members and veterans while their loved one is in the hospital.