Striving to Support Our Communities
We have found that while financial donations are always welcome with charities, our hands-on work can make a far greater impact.
Philanthropy at Soliant
At Soliant, we believe there is more to life than just work and more to work than just dollars. We love seeing the impact of our work at the business level, but it is even more fulfilling when what we create helps the greater community. To this end, Soliant engages in a number of philanthropic initiatives each year.
Makah Encarnacao worked with ALS Never Surrender Foundation to work on a FileMaker application that enables ALS patients to track their symptoms and progression of the disease. The solution allows patients to complete self-evaluations and tests from the comfort of their own home, as often as once a day.
Anders Monsen worked with Operation Comfort to build a custom system for tracking event and program participation.
See how Soliant was able to build a custom FileMaker solution, allowing TLC’s medical recordkeeping to keep up with growth, expanding efficiency and impact.
Soliant Consulting helped Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust automate many of its internal processes and simultaneously gain valuable time for customer engagement by adopting Salesforce.
Soliant takes on several philanthropic projects each year and is happy to contribute its time and expertise to helping non-profit teams with often desperately-needed technology solutions.
Our projects are modest in scope, but we strive to ensure that they provide a complete, self-sustaining solution to a problem. We manage them just as any other project for one of our clients with a dedicated project manager, documentation, planning, development and testing.
If you represent a non-profit organization and would like to know more about our philanthropic services, we’d love to hear from you.
How can we help you?
During Soliant’s annual offsite and at other events as well, our team members donate their time to help support organizations that simply need a willing pair of hands. We’ve helped clean shelters, do modest repairs, serve at soup kitchens, collect going-back-to-school supplies, and more.
Spending time helping local non-profits is an unforgettable and rewarding experience. It’s a privilege to help and to be a part of something bigger.
Jessica Van Roekel
I just wanted to thank you all so much for volunteering with us and helping us get our Child Development Center clean and welcoming for families.