IT Unity Social Corporate Responsibility


Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a fundamental measure of the success of IT Unity and is integral to our commitment to the worldwide community we serve. CSR is embedded in our values and guides how we conduct business, develop products and services, and deliver on our goals and commitments.

At IT Unity we donate a percentage of our profits to various philanthropic organizations. Our goal is to help those in need, be they humans, domestic animals, or wildlife, and to preserve nature.

We also want to provide you with an opportunity to help us share. When you participate in the ITUnity community, you can designate an institution you want us to donate to, and we will review your request and confirm if we will add it to our list of organizations we donate to.. 

Following are the organizations we donate to:

  1. International Rett Syndrome Foundation  -

The core mission of the IRSF is to fund research for treatments and a cure for Rett syndrome while enhancing the overall quality of life for those living with Rett syndrome by providing information, programs, and services.

Facts about the International Rett Syndrome Foundation: The International Rett Syndrome Foundation (IRSF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation established in July 2007 through the strategic merger of the Rett Syndrome Research Foundation and the International Rett Syndrome Association. IRSF is the largest private source of funds for biomedical and clinical research on Rett syndrome. The Foundation directs almost 90% of each dollar donated directly to program services. All donations specifically earmarked for research will be honored.

2.  Make a Wish -

Make-A-Wish® grants the wish of a child diagnosed with a life-threatening medical condition in the United States and its territories, on average, every 38 minutes. We believe that a wish experience can be a game-changer. This one belief guides us. It inspires us to grant wishes that change the lives of the kids we serve.

Wishes are more than just a nice thing. And they are far more than gifts, or singular events in time. Wishes impact everyone involved - wish kids, volunteers, donors, sponsors, medical professionals and communities. The impact varies. For wish kids, just the act of making their wish come true can give them the courage to comply with their medical treatments. Parents might finally feel like they can be optimistic. And still others might realize all they have to offer the world through volunteer work or philanthropy.

Whatever the odds, whatever the obstacles ... wishes find a way to make the world better. 

3.  Ronald McDonald House Charities -

The mission of Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) is to create, find and support programs that directly improve the health and wellbeing of children. Guiding us in our mission are our core values:

  • Focusing on the critical needs of children.
  • Celebrating the diversity of the programs we offer and the staff, volunteers and donors who make them possible.
  • Staying true to our heritage of responsible stewardship.
  • Operating with accountability and transparency.

We believe when you change a child’s life, you change a family’s, which can change a community and, ultimately, the world. So we strive to be part of the solution in improving the lives of children and their families, providing programs that strengthen families during difficult times. We extend our reach and impact by leveraging our years of experience, strong relationships within the community, continually working to improve and expand our core programs, while also developing new services to address the unique needs of the communities we serve.

4. Susan G. Komen for the Cure -

Nancy G. Brinker promised her dying sister, Susan G. Komen, she would do everything in her power to end breast cancer forever. In 1982, that promise became Susan G. Komen for the Cure® and launched the global breast cancer movement. Today, Susan G. Komen is the boldest community fueling the best science and making the biggest impact in the fight against breast cancer. Thanks to events like the Komen Race for the Cure, we have invested almost $2 billion to fulfill our promise, working to end breast cancer in the U.S. and throughout the world through ground-breaking research, community health outreach, advocacy and programs in more than 50 countries.