Corporate Social Responsibility at IPC Global
Our contributions, leadership, and volunteer efforts help create stronger, healthier places for our clients and employees to work and live. We firmly believe in giving back to our communities and society. These are just a few examples of how we live our corporate social responsibility.
IPC Global is proud to suport Mercy Ships, an international organization based in Dallas, Texas, with a mission to increase access to healthcare throughout the world. The Africa Mercy is currently the world's largest non-governmental floating hospital promoting health and well-being by empowering capacity building and meeting the urgent surgical needs of the world’s forgotten poor.
Mercy Ships has performed more than 78,000 life-changing operations such as cleft lip and palate repair, cataract removal, orthopedic procedures, facial reconstruction and obstetric fistula repair. The organization has treated over 183,000 dental patients and provided over 353,000 dental procedures. More than 5,800 local teachers have been trained and then, in turn have trained many others - over 35,300 local professionals in their area of expertise. Mercy Ships has taught over 183,000 local people regarding basic health care and completed over 1,100 community development projects focusing on water and sanitation, education, infrastructure development and agriculture.
IPC Global is proud to support an NGO that exists to support orphans and other vulnerable children living in extreme poverty in Southern and Eastern Africa. WeSeeHope works with local project partners to restore, protect, educate and equip these children sustainably.
Qlik Vätternrundan (pronounced vet-turn-rund-an) is the largest recreational bicycle ride in the world, hosted in Sweden. With over 20,000 cyclists taking part in this charity race, Qlik chose IPC Global to be part of its 40-cyclists team in support of WeSeeHope.
QlikVatt’s Team raised funds through WeSeeHope to help the children and young people in sub-Saharan Africa who have been orphaned or affected by HIV/AIDS. The 300km course followed the shoreline of the beautiful Lake Vättern on the longest day of the year so everyone could see the sun set and rise over the lake during the ride.
The CHOA Foundation is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing high-quality pediatric care to Georgia's children. Our support helps CHOA continue to provide high-quality pediatric care to kids, research new treatments and cures, train the next generation of physicians, and improve the lifestyles of Georgia’s children. In addition, our generosity makes it possible to provide care to those children whose families are not able to pay for their care.