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ID Analytics Maximizes Volunteer Impact

May 20, 2011

Volunteer San Diego commends local business, ID Analytics, and its IDA Community Volunteer Committee for their focused approach to service. Before planning the company’s schedule of community service events, ID Analytics enlisted Volunteer San Diego to survey employees for their preferred issue areas, project opportunities, and availability. Based on this feedback, Volunteer San Diego directed the IDA Community Volunteer Committee to service projects that maximize employee volunteer impact while still meeting ID Analytics’ company goals.

The first ID Analytics volunteer project of the year took place on May 18 in support of Feeding America San Diego’s BackPack Program. Each Friday, Feeding America’s BackPack Program provides staple food items in the backpacks of 2,400 local students at risk of hunger over the weekend. Volunteer San Diego arranged to bring all the necessary supplies to the ID Analytics San Diego headquarters where shifts of volunteers were ready to decorate and assemble these food bags for the BackPack Program. Thanks to the generous volunteer and financial support of ID Analytics, Feeding America San Diego received 880 food bags that will be distributed to students at three local schools.

“It is really special to see volunteers not only support child hunger-relief efforts here in San Diego, but also contribute as much energy and enthusiasm as the ID Analytics team. We are so grateful for their work and applaud their outstanding social leadership.”
                        – Rich Easter, Development Associate, Feeding America San Diego

Volunteer San Diego is looking forward to coordinating the ID Analytics next service event, an August beach clean-up project. For more information about Volunteer San Diego’s corporate services, contact Maureen Polimadei at (858) 300-3280 x213 or

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