Xactware.com — Xactware employees celebrated the company’s 30 years of innovation by participating in local service projects during its annual Founders Week.
Between May 9 and May 12, 375 Xactware volunteers provided 1,287 hours of service as they worked with Habitat for Humanity, the City of Lehi, Courage Reins Therapeutic Riding Center, Traverse Mountain Elementary, and a yard beautification project for a former Xactware employee who is battling cancer. Employees also served at the company site by completing 50 fleece blankets and 135 stuffed toy monsters for Primary Children’s Hospital. The company also hosted a Red Cross blood drive, a food drive benefiting the Food and Care Coalition, and some on-site property beautification projects.
Each year Founders Week celebrates the formation of Xactware in 1986. Since community service is a core value at Xactware, the company participates in numerous service activities throughout the year with local organizations. Xactware executives also serve on the boards of many charitable organizations.
Learn more about Xactware and its corporate culture at the Xactware Cares page.