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SYS-CON Media (press release)

2166 days ago   Article ID# 379469
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WOODCLIFF LAKE, NEW JERSEY (SYS-CON Media (press release)) - Leading strategy and management consulting firm, The Avascent Group, announced today that its employees, with a company match to AmeriCares (www.americares.com), have contributed close to $13,000 to Haitian earthquake victims.

"The devastation and human suffering sustained by Haiti in the wake of the earthquake touched all of us," said Avascent president Steve Irwin. "I am heartened and gratified by the generosity of the Avascent employees who led this effort to help the Haitian people," Irwin continued.

The combined contributions will help address immediate needs for food, medical care, shelter and basic services. In addition, the assistance will help the Haitian people begin to rebuild their country after the terrible events of January.

"Avascent's charitable efforts dedicated to supporting organizations serving active duty and wounded military personnel and their families, as well as education, environmental, and health causes in the Washington, DC community will continue unabated in 2010," Irwin noted.

About The Avascent Group

The Avascent Group (www.avascent.com) is the leading management consulting firm specializing in serving senior executives in the defense, aerospace, homeland security, logistics, technical services and infrastructure sectors. Avascent provides a full range of management consulting services, from strategic planning to market analysis to organizational and operational improvement.

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