Corporate Citizenship

DATAMATX believes in being a strong corporate citizen.  Our goal is to have the highest standards ethically, legally and economically to positively affect our community. We encourage our team members to volunteer for community service aside from any corporate sponsorship.

DATAMATX  sponsors, donates, and/or volunteers at the following:

Shepherd Center, located in Atlanta, Georgia, is a private, not-for-profit hospital specializing in medical treatment, research and rehabilitation for people with spinal cord injury, brain injury, multiple sclerosis, spine and chronic pain, and other neuromuscular conditions.

Founded in 1975, Shepherd Center is ranked by U.S. News & World Report among the top 10 rehabilitation hospitals in the nation.

In its more than four decades, Shepherd Center has grown from a six-bed rehabilitation unit to a world-renowned, 152-bed hospital that treats more than 900 inpatients, 575 day program patients and more than 7,100 outpatients each year. Patients travel from across the nation – and even the globe – to Shepherd Center for its innovative brand of neurorehabilitation.

Patients at Shepherd Center get more than just medical care:  They get an experience that brings healing and hope. Shepherd’s team of highly specialized, experienced clinicians are dedicated to helping their patients rebuild their lives with hope, independence and dignity, advocating for their full inclusion in all aspects of community life while promoting safety and injury prevention.

Clinicians work with each person to create a blueprint for rehabilitation, tapping into state-of-the-art medical care, therapeutic equipment and comprehensive educational services. Staff members also serve as ambassadors to help patients navigate their journey over a lifetime. At Shepherd Center, we are a family, working together to help patients and their families obtain the care they need plus so much more.

More than 10 million kids enter a children’s hospital like Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta across North America every year. To provide the best care for kids, children’s hospitals rely on donations and community support, as Medicaid and insurance programs do not fully cover the cost of care. Since 1983, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals has helped fill those funding gaps by raising more than $5 billion, most of it $1 at a time through Miracle Balloon icon campaigns. Its various fundraising partners and programs support the nonprofit’s mission to save and improve the lives of as many children as possible.

Since 1890, The Salvation Army Metro Atlanta Area Command has had long-term experience in understanding the barriers that prevent economically-disadvantaged populations from meeting their basic needs.

Many of the people we serve are on fixed incomes, earning minimum wage, supporting multiple family members on a single wage or simply not working at all. In particular, our nine Financial Emergency Service Centers, Red Shield Services and Transitional Housing Shelter, Residential Camping program, and three Boys and Girls Clubs serve people primarily living in poverty.

The Salvation Army continues to Do the Most Good throughout Atlanta through our comprehensive and effective assistance programs

Each year, through the generous support of corporate partners, the National MS Society is able to fund critical research and programs and services that truly make a difference in the lives of people affected by MS.

By joining the movement toward a world free of MS, companies engaged with the Society are able to reach potential consumers in a deep and meaningful way, as well as demonstrate their commitment to corporate philanthropy among customers, employees and key company stakeholders.

Corporate partners give to the Society in a number of ways including corporate fundraising teams, event sponsorship, grants for programs and services, in-kind product donations, cause campaigns, volunteer engagement and workplace giving.

Our Mission

Inspiritus guides individuals and families on a path from surviving to thriving. We empower those whose lives have been disrupted to discover their strengths and resilience, accompanying them as they grow into vibrant contributors to their community.

Our Vision

Transformed communities where all, regardless of their background or circumstances, thrive and enrich the world around them.

Our Values

Because Inspiritus is rooted in the Christian faith, which emphasizes God’s love for all and belief in the inherent worth of each and every person, we value:

Innovation: We embrace new ideas.

Excellence: We provide the ­­­­­highest quality of service.

Advocacy and Social Justice: We educate, advocate and promote social change for the communities we serve.

Holistic Life Span Approach: We recognize the needs of individuals and how they change throughout their life.

Empowerment: We believe that the people we support benefit most when given the opportunity to make decisions for themselves and their families.

Integrity: We treat those we serve, our coworkers and our stakeholders with honesty, respect and kindness.

Collaboration: We acknowledge that we are better working as a team within our agency and with our partners.

Diversity: We are welcoming and affirming. We do not discriminate based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, disability, age, or other non-merit factor.

VRS was founded in 1983 by Sarah Sentell Scott, a Cobb County resident, who at the age of 42 lost her vision and found few services to help her.

Vision Rehabilitation Services of Georgia (VRS) is dedicated to assisting individuals who are blind or visually impaired so they may function independently in all of their environments.VRS provides practical tools and proven techniques to help our clients carry out their daily activities.

Our certified instructors build a custom plan of service based on the needs of each individual client.

VRS services include:

  • Comprehensive low-vision evaluations
  • Instruction in a variety of daily living skills
  • Safe travel (orientation and mobility)
  • Access Technology Training in magnification and speech software programs
  • Transition to vision loss counseling
  • Diabetes Management with Low Vision
  • Job Readiness Classes