(WHNT) — 15 non-profit organizations just got $61,000 in grants from IronMountain Solutions’ (IMS) Employee Peak Fund.
Since the fund was established in 2018, it has given out more than $300,000 to non-profits local to the employees’ communities, but not limited to North Alabama.
“I’m humbled that our employee contributors continue to pour into their community and into deserving organizations that make such meaningful contributions to our society,” said IMS President and CEO, Hank Isenberg. “It’s exciting to see the generosity of our team members increase as we grow and to reach the $300,000 milestone in just three short years.”
The organizations receiving the funds in the second half of the year include:
- 305 8th Street
- American Red Cross
- AUM Foundation
- Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Tennessee Valley
- Cap & Gown Project
- Felines & Canines Rescue Center
- Food Bank of North Alabama
- Foster Children Alliance of Madison County (FOCAL)
- His Way Recovery Center
- Huntsville Hospital Foundation
- Huntsville-Madison County Library Foundation
- Make-A-Wish Middle Tennessee
- The Autism Resource Foundation (ARF)
- The Enrichment Center
- Woolley Institute for Spoken-Language Education (WISE)
All the organizations receiving the funds fit into one of many categories, including arts & culture, basic needs, economic opportunity, education, environment, health & wellness, neighborhoods & communities, and recreation.
The IMS Employee Peaks Fund is made up of 12 board members with 81% participation from IMS employees. They award grants to qualified applicants two times per year.