TechBridge Supporters Complete 6th Habitat for Humanity House Build
June 16, 2010 - TechBridge, a nonprofit dedicated to helping other nonprofits use technology to do more and serve more people, is pleased to announce that construction of the sixth Technology Community Habitat for Humanity House is complete. In partnership with Atlanta Habitat for Humanity, dedication ceremonies for the new home took place on June 4. More
Teradata Sponsors TechBridge’s 2010 Technology Habitat House
April 27, 2010 - Atlanta-based TechBridge, a nonprofit dedicated to helping other nonprofits use technology to do more and help more people, is pleased to announce the construction of its sixth Technology Community Habitat House, in partnership with Atlanta Habitat for Humanity. More
Teradata receives recognition from the Dayton Food Bank
Oct. 15, 2009 - Each year The Foodbank hosts a Volunteer and Agency Recognition event to say “Thank You” to all of the wonderful volunteers and agency partners who give their time, talent, and energy to the mission of hunger relief. Teradata was presented the special award of “Business of the Year”. Teradata has been such a great community partner this year!
Teradata Receives Emerging Finalist award from Metro Atlanta Corporate Volunteer Council
|Sept. 17, 2009 - Teradata and the Teradata Cares program was recognized as a finalist in the Emerging category at the annual IMPACT awards sponsored by the Metro Atlanta Corporate Volunteer Council for excellence in a volunteer program less than two years old.
Teradata Canada Wins Spirit Award
|February 13, 2009 - Teradata Canada won an award from the United Way for the Best First-Time Campaign. This award is for first-time workplace campaigns that have inspired outstanding participation and team spirit while exhibiting excitement, vitality and great communication. Teradata Canada has an established corporate culture where employees are encouraged to actively support their communities through the “Teradata Cares” program. And United Way was thrilled to be the focus of the company’s first-ever Canada wide fundraising campaign. Teradata Canada employees from all areas of the business united to enthusiastically work towards a single goal and raised more than $8,000 through payroll deduction and a series of fun events.
Accepting on behalf of Teradata, Karen Thomas (2nd to right) and Mark Summut
The San Diego Blood Bank Honors Teradata with a Life Level Four Award
|May 27, 2007 -The San Diego Blood Bank is honoring their Life Level Four members of the Group Difference program. For a company or group to attain Life Level 4, they must host four or more blood drives with the San Diego Blood Bank and achieve their annual lifesaving goal. Fifty percent of the blood provided by the San Diego Blood Bank is collected at mobile drives. Without the participation of the many companies, organizations, schools and churches who host blood drives, the blood bank would not be able to fulfill its mission in the community. Teradata continues to receive this recognition on an annual basis in 2008 and 2009.