Liberty Lake, WASH. - November 12, 2015 - OpenEye, an innovator in cloud-enabled video management solutions, concluded the month of October by giving back to the Inland Northwest community.
Throughout the week of Oct. 26-30, employees donated food and money to Second Harvest Food Bank. OpenEye matched financial contributions during the collection period, which brought the final donation to $1,062 for the organization.
"Contributing to the community is part of OpenEye 's core values," said OpenEye founder and CEO Rick Sheppard. "We look forward to helping Second Harvest Food Bank every year."
Donations from OpenEye will help provide more than 5,310 meals for families in need across the Inland Northwest.
Second Harvest has been leading the hunger-relief network in the region since 1971. Second Harvest distributes over 2 million pounds of free food each month to help people in need in 26 counties in Eastern Washington and North Idaho. Partnerships with more than 250 neighborhood food banks and meal centers make it possible to feed 55,000 people each week.
For more information on Second Harvest Food Bank, visit www.2-harvest.org.
Founded with a commitment to providing heroic levels of customer service, OpenEye is a leader in the video solutions industry, dedicated to developing innovative software in the U.S. In addition to its business goals, OpenEye is committed to serving the Spokane-area community with hands-on service projects and charity drives throughout the year.
To see just a few of the organizations OpenEye supports, visit www.openeye.net/about-us/social-responsibility.