The company supports a wide variety of programs that promote social service, encourage health and wellness and deliver relief in times of crisis. Through charitable contributions and employee volunteerism, CA gives back to communities around the world.
AdoptaPlatoon is a volunteer-based nonprofit dedicated to improving the quality of life for U.S. service men and women. CA Technologies funding supports AdoptaPlatoon's Walking Wounded Project, which assists troops injured in Iraq and Afghanistan as they move from military hospitals to the civilian world.
CA Technologies supports the American Red Cross Red Cross organizations around the word that assist people and communities in need. This includes response to floods, tsunamis, earthquakes, wildfires and other natural disasters around the world.
Since 2013, CA Technologies has worked with Childfund Korea, a child welfare organization dedicated to providing aid to underserved children in Korea. CA Technologies volunteers have participated in “Cake Baking” and “Korean Kimchi Making” events organized by the Childfund Korea, for children from Daniel Welfare Center (DWC). DWC is a facility in Seoul, Korea that rehabilitates children with physical and intellectual disabilities. The cake and kimchi which were produced from the respective events were donated to Daniel Welfare Center for the children to enjoy during the harsh winter. CA also donated computers to the Center to support the children’s education and learning needs.
CA Technologies pledged $5 million to the Hospital for Special Surgery to create the CA Technologies Rehabilitation Center at Lerner Children's Pavilion. The expanded rehabilitation complex more than doubled the space of the old facility and houses cutting edge equipment designed to help children with impaired mobility develop their endurance.
CA Technologies has supported the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) since 2012. HRC is the largest civil rights organization working to achieve equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) Americans. CA Technologies received a 100 percent rating by HRC on its 2014 Corporate Equality Index report, the premiere national benchmark for LGBT workplace inclusion. Meghan Stabler, Advisor, IT Business Operations, CA Technologies, serves on HRC’s National Board of Directors.
CA Technologies supports the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and its mission to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. Employees participate in Light The Night Walks and other fundraising efforts, helping to pay tribute and bring hope to people battling cancer.
Through Make-A-Wish Australia CA Technologies supports the Canberra Special Children’s Christmas Party, which has hosted holiday parties for special needs and underserved youth for more than 20 years. CA has partnered with the organization since 2006.
For more than a decade, CA Technologies has supported the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) and their mission to find missing kids and prevent child exploitation. In addition to monetary support, the company has contributed millions in software solutions, services and training to support the organization’s IT infrastructure. CA Technologies funding also supports NetSmartz, a free educational resource developed by NCMEC to empower children and help them make safer choices both online and in the real world.
CA Technologies made a $12 million contribution to North Shore - Long Island Jewish Health System to establish the CA Technologies Pediatric Wellness Center at the Steven and Alexandra Cohen Children's Medical Center of New York. As the heart of this leading children's teaching hospital, the wellness center is a 20,000-square foot, glass-domed atrium space that provides a quiet respite, featuring multifunctional seating areas, an art gallery and an all-season environment for performances, educational programs, games and other activities. The area is designed to improve children's health and wellbeing, while relieving the anxiety of a hospital visit.
Starlight Children’s Foundation is a nonprofit dedicated to improving the lives of children and families in pediatric care in Australia. CA supports the organization’s Kick for Kids soccer event. Last year, the organization reached more than 146, 000 sick kids and their families.
Sun Village is a non-governmental organization in China that assists children of incarcerated parents. The organization has enriched the lives of more than 2,000 young people by providing special education, psychological guidance, rights protection and vocational training. CA Technologies employees have been actively involved with Sun Village since 2012 and recently hosted a fundraiser for the organization at our central business district office in Beijing.