Dev Technology Hosts Holiday Giving Campaign and Annual Turkey Trot

To Dev Technology, supporting our community means direct involvement with the places we live and work. COVID-19 brought an increased need to communities, families, and individuals all over the world, as well as creating challenges for meeting those needs. Community is one of our six core values, and one of the ways we embraced this need was with our annual Holiday Giving Campaign, which includes our annual Turkey Trot.

This year, we were able to raise $10,000 to support Cornerstones, Northern Virginia Family Services, the Fairfax County Department of Family Services, Martha’s Table, and the Arkansas Food Bank. 56 of our employees participated in the Turkey Trot, a 3.1 mile (5k) annual event to raise funds for the Dev Virtual Food Drive portion of our Holiday Giving Campaign. “I’m proud of our team members’ passion and commitment to supporting the greater communities where we work and live,” said Kendall Holbrook, Dev Technology CEO. “This year’s Holiday Giving Campaign is one more shining example of how they truly bring life to our core value of community through their continuous support and generosity.”

Cornerstones is a recognized leader known for its proven expertise and perseverance to connect vulnerable people with comprehensive resources that ensure stability, empowerment, and hope for the future. Northern Virginia Family Services empowers individuals and families to improve their quality of life, and to promote community cooperation and support in responding to family needs. The Fairfax County Department of Family Services strengthens the well-being of our diverse community by protecting and improving the lives of all children, adults, and families through assistance, partnership, advocacy, outreach, and quality services. Martha’s Table supports D.C. children and families with critical healthy food, quality education, and family resources. The Arkansas Food Bank is the largest hunger relief organization in Arkansas, serving 33 counties in central and southern Arkansas feeling over 280,000 yearly.