State and Federal Communications believes in Akron and Northeast Ohio. We consider it a privilege to live and work in such a great community. The company also recognizes it has a responsibility to give back to its community and especially to people in need. United Way, Go Red for Women, Haven of Rest Ministries, Boys and Girls Clubs of the Western Reserve, Susan G. Komen – Race for a Cure, and the WKSU/Kent State University Foundation only begin to chronicle the array of local organizations President and CEO Elizabeth Bartz and her company support.
We are proud to get out into our community and work for the greater good as best we can!
State and Federal Communications has a long standing relationship with the United Way of Summit County. Our United Way Campaign for many years has placed us in the “Highest Per Capita Corporate Giving” category for businesses with 25-to-49 employees. Each year we participate in the Day of Action, volunteering in places like the Akron-Canton Regional Food Bank and the YMCA. We are also represented on the United Way of Summit County Board of Directors and the Corporate Volunteer Council. One of our fondest memories was when we placed a team in the Akron Soap Box Derby Corporate Challenge in July of 2009.
State and Federal Communications offers those employees who contribute to the United Way Campaign the chance to take 24 hours of volunteer service per year in the nonprofit of their choice. Additionally, since its inception in 2009, State and Federal Communications has assembled a team to participate in Akron’s Susan G. Komen – Race for a Cure. We also have employees who serve on Boards and committees of the Akron Roundtable, Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), Downtown Akron Parternship, Interval Brotherhood Addiction Recovery Center, and Mental Health America of Summit County.
Our annual holiday and summer projects have served to help agencies such as the Battered Women’s Shelter of Summit and Medina Counties, the Susan G. Komen Akron Race for the Cure, Community Support Services’ Edgerton House, and the Summit County Children Services Emancipating Youth program.