Family and community are the core of Integrity Data. Our Community Giving Program began in 2008 with the goal to have a meaningful impact on the Lincoln, Illinois community, a majority of our employees call home. The program provides grants for local organizations involved in helping those in need and community progress initiatives / projects focused on improving the use of technology within public service organizations.
A big congratulations to the 2016 community giving recipients: Logan County Health Department, Pregnancy Resource Center, Lincoln Pastoral Counseling, Chi Alpha at Lincoln College, and Step Up.
The Logan County Health Department is currently the only Vaccine for Children (VFC) provider in the County. The VFC program is a federally funded, state administered program that provides vaccine to our agency so we can make it available at no cost for children under the age of 19 who are on Medicaid, uninsured or underinsured.
The Pregnancy Resource Center has the H.O.P.E. Program – Our pregnancy and parenting education program provides support and education to mothers. The mothers are paired with a mentor and meet together on a weekly basis. Through the program mothers gain knowledge for a healthy pregnancy, labor, and delivery as well as skills to care for her newborn.
A growing concern for Lincoln Pastoral Counseling Service for the past several years is the need to address the changing technological world of telephony. More and more of our business is being conducted in various ways via phone calls and texts.
Chi Alpha at Lincoln College is seeking funding for our own audio/visual equipment that will benefit our organization and help us reach students in a more dynamic way.
Step Up is in great need of technology that can enhance the teaching / learning process. The funding of these resources will open endless opportunities for our participants and their families.