A core part of who we are is part of our day to day philosophy and culture. One of our key strategic initiatives is focused on our communities. Several are inter-related with our daily business operations on a pro bono basis and many are part of our family history and beliefs. We hope we are making a difference in the communities we all share and in our futures.
UniFocus is proud to sponsor our communities, children and our veterans.
Give Kids The World Village is a 70-Acre, nonprofit "storybook" resort, located near Central Florida's most beloved attractions, where children with life-threatening illnesses and their families are treated to a week long, cost-free fantasy vacation. UniFocus is proud to be associated with GKTW and provide our GUESTScope Survey solutions pro bono to help enhance this experience and cherished memory for the families.
Hole in the Wall Gang Camp Located in Ashford, CT, a non-profit residential summer camp and year round center serving children and their families coping with cancer and other perilous illnesses and conditions. UniFocus is providing our GUESTScope Survey Solutions gratis to help provide the best experience for the families.
For over 40 years, the Hella Shriners have brought the Shrine Circus to the City of Dallas as a major fundraiser for the local non-profit fraternity and operations of the local Shrine Center. The Shrine Circus brings something important to the community -- quality, affordable family entertainment.
To continue the fight against hunger which we started 30 years ago, it isn't enough to simply move food out the door. Today, we're elevating our standards for healthy food. We're building our knowledge base. We're expanding our distribution.
Founded by a mother whose daughter was killed by a drunk driver, Mothers Against Drunk Driving is the nation’s largest nonprofit working to protect families from drunk driving and underage drinking. The mission of MADD is to stop drunk driving, support the victims of this violent crime and prevent underage drinking.
As one of America’s foremost veterans service organizations, AMVETS (or American Veterans) has a proud history of assisting veterans and sponsoring numerous programs that serve our country and its citizens. The helping hand that AMVETS extends to veterans and their families takes many forms.
Created by veterans on behalf of veterans. They are a national, charitable, non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and benefiting America’s veterans and their families.
Founded in 1987 as a non-profit organization to aid and benefit the more than 2,000,000 American Military Veterans and their families living in Texas.
For more information on resources available to Veterans, please check out the 2016 Guide to Veteran Education Benefits.
Unintentional injuries account for 9.2 million emergency room visits and 12,175 deaths each year in children ages 19 and under. The mission of National Child Safety Council is to prevent needless childhood accidents and help save lives through meaningful safety education.
Shriners Hospital is committed to providing the best care for children in the specialty areas of orthopedics, burn care, spinal cord injury, and cleft lip and palate, regardless of a family’s ability to pay.
The Dallas Fallen Officer Foundation (DFOF) is a police support organization, designed to assist the families of police officers killed or seriously injured in the line-of-duty. Since its inception in 2009, the organization has maintained its strategic goal of lessening the financial and emotional burden placed on officers and their families following catastrophic incidents that result in the officers’ death or inability to work.
The Dallas Sheriff’s Posse is a group of volunteer reserves, who are also horsemen, with the primary responsibility of enhancing the image of the department through community involvement. The Dallas Sheriff's Posse supports the Partners In Education program - a vehicle dedicated to promoting involvement and interaction among the Dallas community, parents and schools in an effort to prepare youth for the challenges of the future.
An interview with Mark Heymann