Park IP Gives Local Communities a Global Helping Hand

iStock_000054969342_MediumAt Park IP Translations we are passionate about making a difference, in our work and in our giving. The global team at Park IP, a Welocalize company, is driven by quality, innovation, customer service and global teamwork,  in our legal localization and translation work and in our charity work within our local communities. Each year we select a charity for a holiday donation in the name of our clients and employees. This year are a supporting the humanitarian work of Translators without Borders.

Park IP teams have spent time throughout the year working individually and together to support and raise money for local and global charities. In looking back at 2015, we thought we would share with you some of the charity work that we have participated in this year, including wearing pink, serving meals and sporting ugly Christmas sweaters for the greater good! Park IP is driven in our global company culture to do things differently. We are very proud of the fantastic charity work our global team members did in 2015.

Here are a some examples of Park IP Translations supported charities and events in 2015.


translators without borders logoAs a Welocalize company, Park IP is proud to sponsor of Translators without borders (TWB) and continue that support as a bronze sponsor. The leading nonprofit translation charity is dedicated to providing translators to those in need, whether it is for health, crisis or education. Translators without Borders teams donated 33,000 translation hours to help communities and aid agencies including the Ebola outbreak and the devastating earthquake in Nepal. Since inception, Translators without Borders translates more than 8 million words per year for humanitarian organizations.


rosettaWelocalize and Park IP continued its corporate sponsorship of The Rosetta Foundation through 2015. The Rosetta Foundation is an Irish based foundation formed in 2009 which is dedicated to providing language volunteers for non-profit organizations. The Rosetta Foundation believes access to information in your own language is a human right. Reinhard Schaler is president of the foundation and founded it in 2009.


ugly sweater dayIn October, the Park IP Team members volunteered to serve meals at The Bowery Mission in New York. It feels good to serve the community and make a difference! The Bowery Mission has served the homeless, the poor and the hungry since 1879. It also provides shelter, medical care and even summer camps and mentoring for children.


walking for a cureThe Park IP Team goes pink! The team were walking for a cure in central park in October for The American Cancer Society. The American Cancer Society has been dedicated to fighting cancer for over 100 years and works relentlessly to save lives and create a world with less cancer.


ugly sweater dayNational Ugly Christmas Sweater Day took place in the USA in December. The team at the Park IP headquarters in New York wore their ugliest Christmas sweaters in support of the charity, Save the Children. which focuses on saving children’s lives, fighting for their rights and helping them to achieve their potential.

These are just a few of the local and global charity activities which have taken place at Park IP Translations over 2015. Thank you to the Park IP team for working together to make a difference! Let’s look forward to another year in which we can continue to work harmoniously together and wish for peace on earth.

Happy Holidays!

The Park IP Translations Team

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