Community Involvement Computer Fellows is active in the local community
Computer Fellows is committed to be a force for good in the communities where our teammates live and work. “Giving back” and performing community service is an important part of our Corporate culture.
During the year we participate in several events that raise funds for these charitable organizations, unselfishly give time to help or support them financially. We enthusiastically serve as Board members and event volunteers. We take great pride in supporting our local communities and organizations, and helping to make them vibrant, enjoyable places to live and work.
If any of these worthy causes appeal to you, we invite you to join in and VOLUNTEER, by contacting Scott Yusavage, a Computer Fellows team member or going to the appropriate web site below.
Humane Animal Rescue
Humane Animal Rescue is one of the largest animal welfare organizations in Pennsylvania, providing services to tens of thousands of animals each year at our two shelters and wildlife rehabilitation center. It provides enhanced services to domestic and wild animals alike, while bringing greater efficiency in animal care processes, staff training, and cutting-edge practices to one cohesive organization.
Every Child develops, preserves, and strengthens the relationships to family and community that are essential to every child’s growth and development through child-focused, family-driven services.
Penn Hills Fire Department
Penn Hills Fire Department is made up of six fire stations, which provide fire protection, fire prevention/public education, with stations 222, 223 and 227 providing vehicle rescue and other various phases of rescue services.
LLS Mission: Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.
Our primary focus at
Jeremiah's Place is to keep children safe and to provide a safe and supportive solutions for families in need.
Partners For Quality (PFQ)
Partners For Quality (PFQ) provides support to our subsidiaries that serve individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and behavioral health challenges. In all, our nonprofit organizations proudly serve more than 7,000 people in Western Pennsylvania.
Variety – the Children’s Charity (of Pittsburgh)
Variety – the Children’s Charity (of Pittsburgh) provides children with disabilities with unique programs, experiences, and equipment throughout 65 counties in Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
Pennies from Heaven Fund
Pennies from Heaven Fund helps to ease financial hardships for parents so that they can stay with their children in the hospital. Whether it’s assistance with transportation, food, sibling care, overnight bags, or other expenses, the Pennies from Heaven fund was established to keep families together when they need it most.
Rotary is a downtown club of business and organizational leaders committed to improving the quality of life in our community. Rotary is about Service Above Self!
Circle Camps provides free summer camp for girls who have experienced the death of a parent. Through multi-year camp and leadership programming, Circle Camps prepares girls to become confident young women.
Still Remembered Project
Still Remembered Project provides bereaved parents and families Christian-based support and encouragement for a loss due to miscarriage, stillbirth, or early infant death. Our efforts offer hope and healing throughout all stages of the grief journey.
Glimmer of Hope
Glimmer of Hope is a 501c3 nonprofit organization with a staff of 50 volunteers committed to the fight against breast cancer through cancer research and programs, and most importantly, studies in premenopausal breast cancer, as breast cancer in younger women tends to be more aggressive.
Alexis Joy Foundation
Alexis Joy Foundation is here to help woman and families who are suffering from and affected by perinatal mood and anxiety disorders.
100+ Men Who Care
100+ Men Who Care is comprised of men who leverage their individual philanthropic spirit to help support and raise money for charities in Pittsburgh, PA.
Best Buddies Pennsylvania
Best Buddies Pennsylvania offers One-to-One Friendship and Leadership Development programs – positively impacting nearly 51,950 individuals with and without disabilities in Pennsylvania.
Education Partnership is Southwestern Pennsylvania’s first teacher resource center that distributes school and classroom supplies at no cost to students and teachers in need.
Susan G. Komen Pittsburgh Race for the Cure
Susan G. Komen Pittsburgh Race for the Cure: This important annual event raises significant funds for the breast cancer movement, thanks to supporters and survivors around the world who step up and take action by fundraising for the cause.