ERP starts the year giving back

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January 12, 2016

Laurel, MD: ERP International ended its year by giving back to the community. ERP International’s theme for the holiday season was to provide support to its surrounding community. ERP’s mission is to not only provide excellence in Clinical Services, Program Management and Information Technology, but to provide excellence in supporting our surrounding communities.

ERP’s corporate office provided donations to Laurel Woods Elementary School. Laurel Woods Elementary provides a Title 1 Program for children and families in need. A toy drive is ran at Laurel Woods Elementary for students’ families who are in need during the holiday season. Food donations were also made to the food bank, Elizabeth’s House located in Laurel, MD. These donations were contributed willingly by ERP employees located in the Laurel corporate office. All generous donations consisted of canned goods, gift cards or toys for families in need.

In addition, ERP contributed monetary donations to 4 well deserved nonprofit organizations who service the community in the Washington DC and Baltimore Metropolitan Area. Each donation recipient received an amount of $1,000 to help service their programs. We are grateful to all of our employees who participated in the donation process. Your gifts are well appreciated. Your generosity makes our workforce extraordinary. All of the nonprofits listed below provides a focus on impacting the lives of children, the homeless, as well as veterans.

ERP International’s Senior Contracts Manager, stated “It was an honor and privilege to participate with ERP colleagues to donate holiday toys, winter coats, boots, hats, gloves, and gift cards to two families and a total of 10 children at the local Laurel Title I Elementary School. It was truly a privilege to work together as a team, on one of ERP’s most important projects, giving to the local Laurel community. ERP team members are awesome!”

Wounded Warrior Project takes a holistic approach when serving warriors and their families to nurture the mind and body, and encourage economic empowerment and engagement. Through a high-touch and interactive approach, WWP hopes to foster the most successful, well-adjusted generation of wounded service members in our nation’s history.

http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/mission.aspx

Coalition for the Homeless is the nation’s oldest advocacy and direct service organization helping homeless men, women and children. We believe that affordable housing, sufficient food and the chance to work for a living wage are fundamental rights in a civilized society. Since our inception in 1981, the Coalition has worked through litigation, public education and direct services to ensure that these goals are realized.

http://www.coalitionforthehomeless.org/about-cfh/

The Baltimore Station concentrates on men who have served our country and have fallen on hard times. The nonprofit helps veterans returning to society with the effects of combat (including Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), often turning to drugs to silence the trauma. The Baltimore Station provides a 12 month program to help stabilize veterans in need from leading to poverty, estrangement and homelessness. The 12 month program provides veterans a chance to reflect on personal issues along with preparing for job readiness, budgeting, along with opportunities’ of education.

http://www.baltimorestation.org/

Adoptions Together supports children and families formed through adoption, guardianship, foster care and kinship care in the DC, Maryland, and Virginia area. The nonprofit organization established in 1990, has placed over 3,000 children in healthy family homes to help them grow & flourish. Adoptions Together bring services to the community in making sure all children are secured with loving families where they can thrive. Through its success, Adoptions Together has become one of the most diverse nonprofit social service agencies in the Washington and Baltimore Metropolitan Area.

http://adoptionstogether.com/

Elizabeth’s House host volunteers seven days a week, 52 weeks a year, to prepare and serve a hot meal to homeless clients. Meal preparation crews of about 3 to 5 people prepare a meal and make bag lunches. Serving crews of about 4 to 6 people serve the clients and clean up the kitchen, bathroom and dining areas at the end of the evening. About forty-five people arrive for dinner every evening around 6:00 pm and most will pick up a bag lunch on their way out. Elizabeth’s House offers seasonal programs such as preparing food drives and baskets for their clients during the holiday season.

http://www.fishoflaurel.com/home.html

About ERP International, LLC

ERP International, LLC is a nationally respected provider of health, science, and technology solutions supporting clients in the government and commercial sectors. We provide comprehensive enterprise information technology, strategic sourcing, and management solutions to DoD and federal civilian agencies in 28 states. ERP is appraised at CMMI Level 3 and certified as compliant in ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management Standard, ISO 20000-1:2011 Service Management System and ISO 27001:2005 – Information Technology – Security Techniques – Information Security Management Systems – Requirements. Founded in 2006, ERP is a Small Business headquartered in Laurel, MD. ERP maintains satellite offices in Montgomery, AL and San Antonio, TX – plus project locations nationwide.

ERP’s commitment and dedication to its customers was most recently reflected in an independent Dun and Bradstreet customer satisfaction rating in which ERP earned a customer satisfaction rating of 95 percent. Our exceptional customer rating ranks the company among the top five percent of all companies receiving the Dunn and Bradstreet rating. Washington Technology and Inc. Magazine have both ranked ERP among the fastest growing firms in the nation for 2014.

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