Global Day of Impact at Citrix in Raleigh, NC

Packing, digging, building, serving: Citrix employees spend time giving back to the community

Written by on June 16, 2014 in Community - No comments

At Citrix, our mission is to help people work and live better, and that doesn’t just mean with our products. Each Citrix employee gets 16 hours of paid volunteer time every year to give back to the community and support organizations that help those in need.

Each spring, Citrix launches the Global Day of Impact, an organized day of service benefiting designated charities in the communities of our global offices. Employees are encouraged to spend their Global Day of Impact serving a charity that speaks to them, while also getting to know colleagues from other teams.

In 2013 alone, Citrix had 5,898 employees volunteer for a Global Day of Impact event, serving more than 200 charities near 54 global offices, within 24 countries, spanning 6 continents!

Giving back to the community is our way to come together as one global company and let our employees do what they do best: give their time, talent and passion in service to others. The Global Day of Impact has become part of our culture at Citrix, and we hope to continue to grow the number of employees who participate in 2014, as well as the number of charities and people we serve.

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About the Author

Janna Hamm is a marketing events specialist with the Citrix marketing team, specializing in tradeshows, corporate events and sponsorships. She has a bachelor’s degree in communication and public relations from East Carolina University and a passion for event management and bringing people together.