Partner of the Cleveland Division of Police by providing support to Police Chief Williams’ “Not On My Watch” Program
Provide support to needy women and children in Afghanistan by hosting an annual clothes, coats and shoes drive for our deployed employees to help establish good relations and trust between our great military and villagers in Afghanistan.
Wounded Warrior Project
Military Veteran Partner of the Wounded Warrior Project since 2011
Partner of Reston Cornerstones by providing annual Thanksgiving dinner, and food donations to families in need throughout the year.
Stop Soldier Suicide
Military Veteran Partner by providing financial support since 2014
Partner of the Salvation Army’s Thanksgiving Feast of Sharing Program since 2007 by preparing and serving meals to over 4000 of the nation’s hungry, homeless each year at Thanksgiving. Corporate Sponsor and Partner of the Salvation Army’s Turning Point Program, an apartment complex owned by the Salvation Army that houses approximately 24 unwed mothers and their children in need, by helping to build a learning center, and by providing clothing, shoes and toys to families. Veritiss also provides financial support to U.S. victims of national disasters (hurricanes, tornados) and victims of international disasters through the Salvation Army.
South Lakes High School
Partner of South Lakes HS since 2008 by helping to purchase new musical instruments for the band, and by supporting the Junior ROTC Program each year with funding and ceremonial support from Veritiss’ military veteran employees.
Women Veterans Interactive Program
As a Woman-Owned Small Business (WOSB), Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), Veritiss is an ardent supporter of the Women Veterans Interactive Program.
George Mason University
Veritiss initiated a program to discover hidden and lost cemeteries of former slaves in Virginia, and developed a partnership with the African American Studies Department at GMU for student support to aid in the research. This Veritiss led program has begun at the historic Cartersville Baptist Church parking lot, and surrounding area, and has received state and Fairfax county political support.