Giving Back is What It's All About.
At American Cyber, we embrace our responsibility to give back to the communities in which we live. Our employees have donated countless hours and thousands of dollars to a wide variety of worthwhile medical, research, animal rights, environmental, educational, family and youth charities locally and nationwide. As a company, American Cyber understands the military culture and hardships experienced by the men, women and families who put themselves in harm’s way to protect our great nation. We generously support the following charitable organizations which assist these valuable members of our community in their time of need:
Club Beyond is a ministry for high school and middle school-aged youth whose parents are currently serving in the U.S. Military. Club Beyond understands the stress of military life and support these youth in their quest for connecting to the community as well as promoting a spiritual environment that is needed when families are faced with life changing situations.
Wounded Warrior Project assists injured service members overcome the adjustments of returning to society. The Project’s many programs provide combat stress recovery rehabilitative activities, and peer-to-peer support; adaptive sports, health, nutrition and recreational activities; and educational opportunities, technical training and employment assistance services. The Project also works to ensure injured service members and their families have a voice in local and national advocacy and legislative issues, as well as access to government benefits.
Special Operations Warrior Foundation supports the men and women serving in U.S. Special Operations Forces and their families by providing college scholarships for the surviving children of fallen Special Operations Forces; family and educational counseling, including in-home tutoring, as well as advocacy support; and immediate financial grants to severely-wounded Special Operations Forces service members.
CIA Officers Memorial Foundation provides educational support and emergency financial assistance to the families of CIA officers who die while on active duty. The fund relieves financial stress by providing immediate and long term assistance and provides scholarships for children and spouses of the fallen CIA member.