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Corporate giving

CyraCom has been in business since 1995 and, has collaborated with many charities and organizations over the years. CyraCom supports organizations and programs that:

  • Encourage and cultivate cultural diversity in the United States
  • Donate language services to charities so that they may provide services to Limited English Proficient families
  • Support student success at the University of Arizona
  • Participate in the development of the local communities where CyraCom offices are located

LANGUAGE SERVICES

Language services are in high demand throughout the United States. CyraCom has supported many charities through donation of this service, ultimately helping Limited English Proficient families who are in need.

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MAKE-A-WISH® ARIZONA

CyraCom donated Over-the-Phone Language Interpretation and Translation services to Make-A-Wish Arizona, the state chapter of the international wish-granting organization.

Make-A-Wish Arizona has granted more than 4,200 wishes to children with life-threatening medical conditions since its founding in 1980. Make-A-Wish Arizona is the original chapter of Make-A-Wish®, the international wish-granting organization that now has more than 67 state and international chapters.

Through CyraCom’s language resource support, Make-A-Wish Arizona effectively communicates with Limited English Proficient children and their families to help ensure that their wishes come true.

RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES

A Ronald McDonald House provides a “home-away-from-home” at little or no cost to families so they can stay close by their hospitalized child. At every House, families enjoy home-cooked meals, private bedrooms, and playrooms for children. CyraCom has been donating language services to the Ronald McDonald House Charities since 2005.

STUDENT ACCESS

CyraCom has many strong ties to the University of Arizona through its current students and recent graduates. Many UA students and graduates work at CyraCom in a variety of fields throughout the company: interpretation, sales marketing, finance, and others. We donate to the UA because we believe in supporting excellence and innovation in Tucson through the University.

IDEAFUNDING

The Arizona Center for Innovation, Office of University Research Parks hosts IdeaFunding, Tucson’s premier networking, business integration, and knowledge sharing event for investors, entrepreneurs, and students. CyraCom presented the event in 2012 and 2013.

NEW VENTURE COMPETITION AND SHOWCASE AT ELLER COLLEGE

CyraCom sponsored the McGuire New Venture Competition and Showcase in 2013 at the University of Arizona. It featured 23 new ventures developed by 90 undergraduate and graduate University of Arizona students. Students presented their innovative ideas during an interactive trade show. Innovations include biomedical devices, fitness products, agricultural technology, ecommerce websites, social apps, children’s educational products and much more.

AGNESE HAURY INSTITUTE FOR INTERPRETATION AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA

From 2010-2012, CyraCom provided tuition awards for aspiring and practicing court and medical interpreting professionals training at the University of Arizona’s annual Agnese Haury Institute for Interpretation. The Institute is a project of the UA’s National Center for Interpretation Testing, Research and Policy (NCI).

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

At CyraCom, we believe businesses should give back to the community that hosts them. CyraCom sponsors many local organizations that promote education and community development where CyraCom offices are located.

BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF METRO PHOENIX

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Phoenix provides structured, comprehensive development programs for youths ages 5-18. The BGCMP’s aim is to provide quality after school programs, under the supervision of a caring, professional staff, that provide a nurturing environment for educational and personal development. CyraCom made two major donations in 2012 and 2013.

YOUTH ON THEIR OWN

Youth On Their Own (YOTO), a local 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, is a drop-out prevention program that supports the high school graduation of homeless, unaccompanied Metro Tucson youth ages 13 (or in 8th grade) through 21. YOTO enrolls students in public schools—including charter and alternative schools—and motivate them to obtain their high school diplomas despite personal and financial hardship.

With community contributions and support from organizations like CyraCom, YOTO has assisted over 10,500 students in achieving their educational and personal goals to graduate high school and become self-sufficient, productive adults within their communities.

INTERFAITH COMMUNITY SERVICES

CyraCom sponsored Interfaith Community Services’ Empty Bowls Event that raised funds for the OCS Food Bank and other programs in 2013.

Interfaith Community Services (ICS) is a non-profit, social services agency serving Pima County, Arizona, including metropolitan Tucson. For over two decades, ICS has shown what a caring community can do. Today, with support from diverse faith partners, compassionate volunteers and hundreds of community friends, ICS fills critical gaps in human services. We help those less fortunate meet basic living requirements.

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