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IPSF, PTA join forces to recognize outstanding parent volunteers and leaders

Description:

IPSF, PTA join forces to recognize outstanding parent volunteers and leaders. Our very own Rosalyn Reasor has done above and beyond what one normally does for their community. She has been honored by Irvine Unified Council PTA as Volunteer of the Year.


Santa Ana Red Cross

  • Fair for all the underprivileged children
  • Fair for all the underprivileged children
  • The Red Cross Booth
Location and Time:
Red Cross Tour
Santa Ana, CA

December 10th, 2011
Description:

QuickStart and Microsoft were invited to volunteer at a local Santa Ana Red Cross event. This event was supporting local Santa Ana underprivileged children. Santa Ana School District teachers were allowed to nominate any student that they believed was not going to have a great holiday this year. Those students and their families were invited to this amazing event. There were about 800 total people invited to the event, and they had a blast at the carnival type festivities at the event. Several children walked away with more gifts than they could carry on their own, and two lucky children walked away with a new bicycle!


IAMCP Holiday Party + Boys and Girls Club

  • IAMCP helping Boys n Girl's Club
  • IAMCP donation table
Location and Time:
The Microsoft Retail Store South Coast Plaza

Sunday, December 4th, 2011
Description:

QuickStart and their partners within IAMCP SoCal (International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners) came together to help support the Boys & Girls Club and the Susan G Koman Foundation to donate toys and cash to help underprivileged children kick off the holiday season! As a collective group, we were able to donate over 100 toys and two Xboxes with Kinect to the Boys & Girls Club. Many of these children will not receive any gifts this year, so everything we were able to put together was greatly appreciated. Earlier in the year the Boys and Girls Club’s Xbox was stolen from the club and all of the kids were so disappointed. With the generous donations from IAMCP SoCal, the children now have two Xboxes with Kinect to enjoy in their facility.


Mary's Place

  • Mary's Place serving up a storm
  • There is enough food for everyone
  • Our awesome volunteers
Location and Time:
Mary's Place
314 Bell Street Seattle, WA 98121
Saturday, December 3rd, 2011
Description:

QuickStart’s Chau Dao, Renee Sistek, Joseph Ford and Nick Lewis plus their friends and families joined together to donate their time, energy and great tasting food to Mary’s Place Day Center in Seattle, WA. Mary’s Place Day Center is a weekday program that provides a welcoming and accepting environment where homeless women and their children can build community, enrich their days and find resources to restore their lives.


IT Training in Haiti

  • IT Training in Haiti with instuctor Mark Wheatley
  • Mark Wheatley and some of his hardworking students
  • Haiti class photo
Location and Time:
NetHope Haiti
Oct 2011
Description:

QuickStart Intelligence is proud to announce that senior Microsoft Certified Trainer, Mark Wheatley, volunteered to instruct a two-week boot camp course to future IT professionals in Haiti. This course contributed to the success of a rigorous six month IT program that includes specialized Microsoft courses, internships, and certification exams. In addition, students are required to invest hours of intense study and lab time.


QuickStart Donates Computers

Location and Time:
Heart of Los Angeles Los Angeles, CA 90057
Boys & Girls Club Los Angeles CA, 90031
Aug 2011
Description:

QuickStart’s Chau Dao, Renee Sistek, Joseph Ford and Nick Lewis plus their friends and families joined together to donate their time, energy and great tasting food to Mary’s Place Day Center in Seattle, WA. Mary’s Place Day Center is a weekday program that provides a welcoming and accepting environment where homeless women and their children can build community, enrich their days and find resources to restore their lives.