We love to give and donate in cash and in-kind. Some of the charities that 327 Solutions, Inc. supports are as follows:
We believe that no child should go to bed hungry or without the basic necessities that position one for success. Starting life in a low-income family and neighborhood is already a large strike against one's ability to break away from poverty. Basics include a warm winter coat, basic clothing, school supplies, and shoes to get them around.
Let’s be candid and honest for a quick moment. Cancer SUCKS. Just about everyone has been impacted by this disease in one way or another. It's not selective and it's vicious in its course every time. B-cell non-Hodgkin's lymphoma is especially devastating. Nick Colleluori was a victim of this disease, taken at an age too young to comprehend. Nick's final wish was that others would benefit from his life. Well, here’s to you, Nick!
We are suckers for a great pet! Every year, thousands of cats and dogs are dropped off at shelters. Some get lost, some owners have circumstances beyond their control, and some people just should never own an animal at all.Regardless of how a pet finds its way into a shelter, it's hard to get out of one. Nearly 4 million dogs and 3.5 million cats are euthanized each year just because shelters don't have enough time or marketing resources to find a new and loving home. We believe this is too many and will continue contributions to our local no-kill animal shelters. If we can help match loving animals to grateful owners, it's a win for everyone.
BIC's mission is to create collaboration between leadership in academia, government, and the private sector focusing the development of lightweight energy storage systems for defense and commercial sectors. Battery technology is hot these days and highly needed as new power sources are brought online, further increasing storage necessities. Headquartered in the Odon area of Indiana, 327 Solutions has been delivering training for the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division there for years, and learned about the BIC through our active participation in the surrounding area.