Apex rises to the challenge, raising $10,000 for typhoon relief
HERNDON, Va. – November 18, 2013 – Apex CoVantage, a Virginia-based company, announced today that the Apex Foundation and Apex employees are contributing $10,000 for relief aid to the victims of Typhoon Haiyan. “This typhoon, the worst in recorded history, has brought extraordinary devastation and loss to the Philippines,” said John Kuranz, Director of the Apex Foundation. “We wish to express our deepest sympathies to those impacted by this tragic disaster, and we pray that our contribution will help bring aid quickly to those who need it most.” Founded on the principles of integrity, excellence and human dignity, Apex has woven these core values into the fabric of the company. They help shape and guide every decision the organization makes, both from a professional as well as a social perspective. “I am humbled by the way in which we have banded together in supporting this critical initiative,” says Apex CEO, Shashi Gupta. “It speaks volumes about the character of our employees and the commitment Apex has to social responsibility. Human tragedies like this remind us that we are all part of a common humanity. We feel grateful, in fact, that we have the ability and resources to make a contribution to the victims,” he concluded.
About the Apex Foundation
The Apex Foundation was founded with the goal of inspiring, uplifting, and empowering people challenged by circumstances beyond their control to become self-reliant. It also provides aid to people affected by emergencies and natural disasters. The Foundation’s grants to nongovernment organizations (NGO’s), in the United States and overseas, provide social assistance to children and adults in dire need, in an effort to help them achieve self-reliance for a better life.