Visual Edge Design, Inc. – Contributions to the Community
Since the inception of Visual Edge Design, giving back to the community has been an important part of who we are. We were there for 9/11 in NY, we were at Punta Gorda after Hurricane Charley, and we understand that it is our responsibility to always help where we can. After all, it our community.
Just Say NO to Drugs Race
The Just Say NO to Drugs Holiday Classic Race is an annual event that Clearwater has come to celebrate each year. The message is simple, “Say NO to Drugs”. A purpose that transcends all ages, races and social standings as it is a global situation that is not limited to any age or demographic.
We love this message and have been a proud sponsor since 2003.
Check out their website: Just Say No to Drugs Race
The Way to Happiness
The Way to Happiness is the first moral code based wholly on common sense. First published in 1981, its purpose is to arrest the current moral decline in society and restore integrity and trust to Man. It is a non-religious moral code that helps people to have guidelines that lead to greater happiness.
We have printed these awesome booklets with our logo and information. They are available for free at our office, or you can request a complimentary copy through our contact form.
Visit the website to find out more: twth.org
Citizens Commission on Human Rights
The Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) is a non-profit public benefit organization that investigates and exposes psychiatric violations of human rights. Believe it or not, the wholesale drugging of children and the society as a whole is not a solution that will sustain a society over time. The link between violent crimes committed and psychiatric drugs is chilling.
Not only has Siouxie worked as a volunteer with CCHR Florida, but we have donated as a company and through individual contributions from employees regularly for more than 15 years.
Find out more for yourself, visit their website: www.cchr.org
New York City 9/11 2001
We remember 9/11 clearly and all that happened that day.
There were two things we knew at that time:
1) A devastating tragedy had occurred in our country.
2) That we had to do something about it.
Two of our staff went to NY with their spouses. We made sure that they could be there for two weeks. They were at Ground Zero and literally made sure that the rescue workers had food and were cared for. We also donated money, clothes and other needed items.