ATL is proud to sponsor the People Working Cooperatively (PWC) third Annual ToolBelt Ball on March 23 at JACK Casino. ATL has been a corporate sponsor for this event since it’s inception. PWC provides critical home repair, weatherization, and modification services for very low-income homeowners in Southwestern Ohio, Northern Kentucky and Indiana. All proceeds from the event will benefit PWC’s Modification for Mobility program.
“This event allows PWC to continue providing critical home repair services to families across our region and we’re proud to be part of it again this year,” said Greg Neal, Founder and CEO of ATL.
ATL has been involved in volunteer activities since they were founded in 1987. They’ve continued their commitment to corporate citizenship by focusing on elderly and disabled care, wounded service members and their families, environmental sustainability and the well-being and educational opportunities for children.
“The services we provide are essential like building a ramp for someone who uses a wheelchair; replacing a furnace when there is no heat or repairing plumbing when there is no running water,” said Jock Pitts, President & CEO of PWC. “We often serve homeowners in the most desperate circumstances so partnering with companies like ATL is critical to our mission and we couldn’t do it without them.”
With more than 30 years of experience and a national presence, ATL provides full-service insourced and outsourced scientific functions for leading consumer goods, pharmaceutical and medical device organizations. With more than 450 employees in six states, we collaborate with clients across the entire product life cycle, from discovery through commercialization, ranging from standard rules-based testing to operating and managing entire scientific functions.