Donation honors oneZero’s 10-year anniversary milestone
oneZero Financial Systems, a global leader in financial technology development, donated $10,000 to Horizons for Homeless Children, a non-profit organization which improves the lives of young children in Massachusetts experiencing homelessness. The organization helps children and families succeed by providing high-quality early education, opportunities for play and comprehensive family support services. oneZero’s donation is part of a larger annual celebration and initiative to mark a decade in business by the technology firm, donating $10,000 to 10 charities over a ten-month period to honor ten years of operations.
“We are honored to support the mission of Horizons for Homeless Children for the second year. We believe it is critical to give back to local organizations serving children in need,” said Andrew Ralich, CEO and co-founder of oneZero Financial Systems. He added, “It has been very gratifying to mark this important oneZero 10-year company milestone by contributing to our community.”
oneZero employees will participate in the organization’s Celebrity Circuit Challenge on Sunday, March 31, 2019. This fitness event is hosted by EverybodyFights and NBC Sports Boston and gives participants a chance to compete in a circuit-training workout coached by local Boston sports celebrities.
“We would like to thank oneZero for their generous gift in recognition of the impact that Horizons for Homeless Children makes in Massachusetts. The Celebrity Circuit Challenge is a great event and we’re looking forward to oneZero’s participation again this year,” said Tara Spalding, Chief Development and Marketing Officer at Horizons for Homeless Children.
About Horizons for Homeless Children:
Horizons for Homeless Children is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of young children and their families experiencing homelessness. Horizons provides high quality early education, comprehensive family support services and opportunities for play. Today, Horizons serves more than 2,000 young homeless children each week in Massachusetts through three early education centers and more than 90 shelter-based Playspaces. For more information about Horizons for Homeless Children, please visit: www.horizonschildren.org.