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RoundTower Gives

As our business continues to expand, so has our opportunity to contribute to organizations that have a positive impact within the community. We support a variety of organizations reaching a wide range of important causes, including but not limited to pediatric and adult healthcare, the advancement of technology in education, mentorship for at-risk-youth, arts and education, and nature conservation. Below is a list of giving, representing several of the charitable organizations we contributed to in 2016.


  • Alpha One
  • Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
  • Cincinnati Shriners Hospital for Children (by way of Unifund)
  • Clear Blue Foundation Golf Tournament
  • Hawk Family Foundation
  • Healthcare Heroes Gala Sponsor benefitting Lafayette General Foundation
  • HPServe Gala Celebrating Youth Sponsor
  • Junior Achievement Job Exploration
  • Lafayette General Foundation Sponsor – Charity Golf Tournament
  • MEEI
  • Miami Children’s Hospital – Nicklaus Children’s Hospital
  • Nathan Meyer Golf Outing
  • Nielson American Heart Association Heart Walk Sponsor
  • Pelotonia
  • PODs Golf Tournament supporting the American Heart Association
  • Robert V. McKenna Memorial Scholarship Golf Tournament
  • ROCK
  • Run 4 the Taps
  • Sebastian River High School Rugby Sponsor
  • Shields Healthcare
  • Take Stock in Children Program (Serving Palm Beach County) - Sponsor of Tire Kingdom Golf Tournament
  • The Boys and Girls Club of Lawrence
  • Tiffany & Co IT Charity Golf Outing
  • TJX

We are very proud to have contributed to the all of the organizations listed above. They are improving our communities with steadfast dedication to their causes and we are fortunate to join in their success. We encourage you to continue reading to learn more about the organizations we support and how they are making their communities better places to live.



RoundTower Technologies, Inc. is a proud partner of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. In 2015, RoundTower committed to a multi-part sponsorship with the hospital, to be fulfilled over the next three years. The pledge will be satisfied primarily through participation in the annual Celestial Ball and Cincinnati Walks for Kids events. The money raised through the company’s Walks for Kids Team is dedicated to a RoundTower Fund established at the hospital. This fund supports special projects that provide necessary resources for patient families in need.

“But we’re not just sponsoring events,” says Jolene West, RoundTower’s Marketing and Community Specialist. “We’re rolling up our sleeves and volunteering for quarterly activities on the hospital’s main campus. Since the completion of this year’s walk, we’ve been working with a team at Cincinnati Children’s to formalize a program that will leverage our technical proficiency to increase the performance of our financial contributions. The program is expected to launch in the first quarter of 2016.”

Cincinnati Children’s is a teaching hospital that serves the medical needs of infants, children, and adolescents with family-centered care, innovative research, and outstanding academic programs. They are the largest pediatric research institution in the nation and ranked in the top 10 for all pediatric specialties. In 2015, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital provided $267 million in free or discounted services and helped more than a million children get well and return home, throughout the US and 57 foreign nations.

RoundTower Technologies is honored to help Cincinnati Children’s further their mission. “Some of the greatest work we do has less to do with technology than you might think,” Mrs. West points out. “In fact, some of the beneficiaries can’t even spell technology yet. We want to make sure they get the chance!”



RoundTower is a proud sponsor of Nicklaus Children’s Hospital. In 2015, RoundTower supported two of the hospital’s annual flagship events, with company teams in both the Corporate Golf Invitational and the 5K Walk-Run. Additionally, RoundTower continues to make a significant financial contribution each year to hospital research because we believe whole-heartedly in the value Nicklaus Children’s brings to the community. After all, what is more important than our children?

Formerly known as the Miami Children’s Health System, Nicklaus Children’s Hospital is renowned for pediatric excellence, providing care to children and families in need—locally and globally. Nicklaus Children’s Hospital is the only health system in Florida dedicated exclusively to caring for children. In addition to the main campus in Weston, which has 289 pediatric and neonatal beds, Nicklaus Children’s currently has multiple outpatient centers serving every county in Florida, nearly every US state and more than 90 other countries around the world.

Nicklaus Children’s is recognized in all aspects of pediatric medicine with several specialty programs ranked among the best in the nation. The hospital is also home to the largest pediatric teaching program in the southeastern United States and has been designated an American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Magnet facility, the nursing profession’s most prestigious institutional honor.

“Nicklaus Children’s Hospital is dedicated to giving children the best possible chance to heal and lead a healthy life,” says Julian Rovito, RoundTower Senior Account Executive for the Miami area. “Many children would never take their first step without this help, let alone attend school, work, or have children of their own. We are very gratified to have a role in this life-giving mission.”



RoundTower Technologies is honored to partner with HP Serve to empower the most at-risk youth in the local community. In Baton Rouge, and especially in the 70805 zip code area, hundreds of young people are headed toward homelessness, human trafficking, and/or incarceration. Those who have experienced time in the foster care system are particularly susceptible to these situations. These youth typically are behind in school, have experienced violence in their home, lack life skills, and do not have a permanent relationship with a positive adult role. HP Serve targets these youth to provide housing and supportive services so that they can successfully transition to self-sufficiency. “The statistics are staggering,” says Paul Ulfers, RoundTower Account Executive in Baton Rouge. ”Homeless and foster youth are more than twice as likely to be trafficked as their peers. Only 38% of homeless/foster youth keep a job for more than a year, probably in part due to the untreated trauma they have suffered. We witness a great deal of this here because Louisiana ranks third highest in the nation for risk of child homelessness.”

For the past four years, RoundTower Technologies has sponsored the HP Serve annual gala. Funds for the gala are used to help HP Serve meet youth where they are (mostly homeless and on the streets) and assess them to help identify their strengths and needs. Each youth develops an individual plan of action that moves them toward their personal goals. Hundreds of HP Serve youth have received supportive services, including obtaining GEDs, attending post-secondary education, being placed in jobs, acquiring safe housing, and securing their own transportation. In addition, HP Serve has rendered assistance to more than 100 human trafficking victims in Louisiana.

RoundTower Technologies’ continued support of HP Serve will help to afford the organization an opportunity to help more youth, to connect with additional community partners, to incorporate the skills of dozens of community volunteers, and to save youth from homelessness, trafficking, or incarceration.



Since 2012, Par 4 has provided scholarships for some truly deserving young men and women from the Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence. Through the generous support of clients, business partners, and the community, Par 4 has raised nearly $100,000 through their annual golf tournament, awarding more than 30 scholarships to college-bound students. The golf event has grown into a highly anticipated afternoon with top-notch prizes, excellent golf, and fun… all for a great cause!

The Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence has been recognized by Vice President Joseph Biden (formerly Senator of the Senate Judiciary Committee) for having one of the most effective gang prevention programs in the country. The Club operates two facilities and serves more than 3,800 members per year, 60% of whom live in one-parent families and many of whom live at or below the poverty level. LBGC provides dinner for close to 350 kids nightly, to assure they receive a meal at the end of the day. The club provides college counseling and scholarship assistance for high school members. More than 500 members have attended or are attending prestigious colleges such as Harvard University, Dartmouth College, Cornell University, Brown University, Boston College, Bates College, and UMass Amherst.

Gary Halloran, Founder and CEO of Par 4, was raised in South Lawrence, MA. Much of his youth was spent at the Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence, playing basketball and meeting new friends. “I learned many life lessons that have made me an all-around better person, dad, and businessman. Team building, leadership, problem-solving, empathy, and a ferocious desire to compete and win have helped form my identity,” he said. “Today, I am very honored and proud to support the club in any way possible. I’ve seen first-hand the assistance and support provided to kids who need serious help. Whether it’s mentoring students, funding scholarships, or feeding kids a nourishing meal, the Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence is always there.”