ARLINGTON, VA – Planned Systems International, Inc. (PSI), a leading provider of Health IT solutions to the federal government, is pleased to announce it has donated $22,900 to assist with disaster relief and humanitarian efforts following the devastating earthquake in Nepal and the surrounding region.
Contributions totaling $11,452 were raised by PSI employees. With PSI's 100% matching donation, a total of $22,904 was donated to help the Nepali community. A check was presented to representatives of the National Capital Region of the American Red Cross at PSI’s Arlington, VA office on Monday, June 8th.
"We at PSI are deeply saddened by the catastrophic loss of life in Nepal. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of those impacted by this terrible disaster," said CEO Terry Lin. "As a global corporate citizen, we were eager to support those undergoing such devastation and suffering. We wanted to make a difference."
Since the April 25th earthquake, more than 7,000 Red Cross volunteers and staff have been mobilized to distribute relief supplies and provide shelter, meals and clean water to survivors.
PSI has a long history of supporting the global and local community. From the company’s Annual Charity Golf Tournament supporting the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and Special Love, to contributing to various humanitarian organizations through financial support, personal time and expertise, building a stronger community is a company-wide effort at PSI.
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