Overseeing a company like SRA International is time-consuming. With 50 global locations and 7,000 employees, it would seem as if CEO Stan Sloane has his hands full. However, this “CEO Who Cares” proves his hands are never too full to lend one to those who need it most.
Take the company’s most recent philanthropic event, for example. In a silent auction and employee talent show, more than $21,500 was raised for three different organizations. The money went toward donations for America’s Adopt a Soldier, the Children’s Inn at the National Institutes of Health and the D.C. Central Kitchen.
“SRA employees continue to demonstrate their passion for making a difference in our communities,” Sloane said. “Whether they donated items for the silent auction, took the stage to showcase their talent or raised money through ticket sales and program advertising, this was a fun event that offered our employees to get out and support these three very worthy organizations.”
The events were part of SRA’s community outreach program, SRA CARES. Under Sloane’s leadership, the company reaches out to the community in areas like education, health, housing and disaster relief.
For Sloane, every day is an occasion for giving, no matter how busy he may be.
“We are passionate about the significant work we do every day,” he said. “It’s that same passion that drives our need to be active not just in our local communities, but in the global community, as well.”
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