A10 Capital understands that client satisfaction and company profitability are important, but they’re not our only goals. We give back to the communities that have made us strong.
The A10 Circle of Giving is our framework for charitable giving. We’re engaged in the communities where we live, work, and play, and we donate our time and resources to local charitable institutions and agencies. Each of our employees receives up to six hours of paid time off per year to volunteer at their favorite local charities and community organizations.
At our annual meeting in January, we announced a donation of $500 — made in conjunction with John Foley’s Glad to Be Here Foundation — to an employee-chosen organization. We received many deserving nominees, and our employees ultimately chose Operation Homefront as our beneficiary. Operation Homefront’s mission is to provide short-term and critical assistance, long-term stability, and recurring support programs for military families.
Thanks to our employees for their continued hard work and volunteer efforts!
Hurricane Harvey Relief
A10 Dallas area team members contributed to Hurricane Harvey relief by organizing a spontaneous Diaper Drive. They delivered 1,356 diapers to be sent to hurricane victims.
Lisa, Rebecca and Tammi volunteer their time working with some furry friends.
Susan G Komen Walk
Our A10 Race for the Cure team raised over $1200 benefiting breast cancer research.
Members of A10’s sales team went to work unpacking and organizing food donations at the Idaho Food Bank.
Rake Up Boise
Several A10 employees spent a crisp autumn day raking up leaves at the homes of some Boise senior citizens
A10 team members volunteered their time at the annual Flapjack Feed in the Basque Block of downtown Boise benefitting the United Way
A10 team members painted ceramic bowls that were auctioned off to benefit the Idaho Food Bank.
Hearts and Hammers
CAM team member Austin Erck joined the "Hearts and Hammers" initative to help repair a home in South Dallas.
Women Build Day
A few A10 ladies put on their tool belts and helped landscape a home for Habitat for Humanity in Nampa, Idaho.