INTEGRATED PROJECT MERCY
Giving back is a core principle of Our Mission & Beliefs, the ideals we live by every day. Through Integrated Project Mercy, our employees dedicate their time and talents to their communities while strengthening their relationships with each other.
One of IPM’s seven offices selects a different charity for the company to support every quarter, generally focusing on children, education, or the underprivileged. Through these efforts, IPM employees have raised thousands of dollars while contributing hundreds of hours to help those in need.
The pandemic and its resulting job loss, childcare disruptions, social isolation, and other impacts have taken a toll on Americans’ mental health. So Integrated Project Management (IPM) directed its Integrated Project Mercy activities toward mental health awareness.
Throughout the pandemic, as unemployment increased, hunger became a problem for many families. Feeding those in need is a recurring theme in Integrated Project Management’s Project Mercy efforts, and it’s especially urgent now. So the leaders of the latest effort focused on supporting organizations that provide services to those in need.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been challenging for most Americans. People who are victims of domestic violence may be facing unprecedented danger while sheltering in place with their abusers. So IPM focused its quarterly philanthropic efforts on supporting domestic violence victims.
Over the past 32 years, one of Integrated Project Management Company, Inc.’s most treasured and respected causes has been supporting our veterans. Since its inception, IPM has employed dozens of military veterans and continues to seek qualified veterans for open positions. But providing direct employment opportunities is far from the only act of support and recognition this selfless community deserves.
IPM recognizes that efforts to improve the lives of those struggling in their communities are more important than ever. The COVID-19 pandemic has made it difficult to serve others in traditional ways. However, in line with IPM’s spirit and values, the Q1 Project Mercy leaders showed true agility and creativity in finding ways to contribute in the face of this unprecedented situation.
Many senior citizens don’t have family to visit with and rely on, which can be particularly painful during the holidays. Wrapping up our philanthropic efforts for 2019, IPM’s Integrated Project Mercy supported Second Wind Dreams, whose tagline is “Changing the Perception of Aging.”