Advoco Announces $10,000 Gift to Area Charities

GREENVILLE, S.C., June 23, 2017 — Advoco, a leading management and consulting services company delivering Infor Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) solutions, is excited to announce that it is donating over $10,000 to charities across the U.S. with a focus in California, South Carolina, and New York—the locations of the company’s offices. Facilitated by Advoco for Good, the company’s charitable giving arm, the funds were raised through a fitness challenge where employees earned points by exercising and making healthy lifestyle choices.  Additionally, cash donations were collected from individual employees and were then matched by Advoco. Employees then voted on organizations to support with the collected funds.

The charities receiving contributions are:

“At Advoco, we all value being a part of something bigger than just ourselves,” explains Dale Thrush, executive director of human resources for Advoco. “We want to give back to the communities where we live and work every day. It’s wonderful that employees have personal causes that they support and in turn Advoco supports these organizations. Advoco makes a point of giving back and it’s whole-heartedly supported with gratitude and enthusiasm by all of our employees.”

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Advoco is a leading management and consulting services company headquartered in Berkeley, CA with offices in Greenville, SC and Syracuse, NY, as well as remote employees around the country. By optimizing business performance through an improved implementation and application of Infor EAM, Advoco forms a trusted partnership and meets the complex needs of prominent organizations. Advoco clients include Fortune 1000 accounts and top private and public organizations around the world. In Latin, advoco means “to call in an advisor.” For Advoco customers, it simply means expecting success. It’s a promise we deliver daily. For more information about Advoco, call (844) 423-8626 or visit


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