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Get Stuff Done 4 Kids

3D Communications and our strategic partner CISYS LifeSciences, have started a non-profit organization called Get Stuff Done 4 KIDS. It was created to provide comfort, support and joy — through gift-giving and activities sponsorship — to children who have been diagnosed with a serious illness, or who are suffering from the effects of an otherwise traumatic event in their lives. Our desire is to afford children and their families the opportunity to partake in experiences and adventures that may otherwise have been unavailable or unattainable, due to limited financial resources or other factors.

Children International

3D sponsors children through Children International, an organization which helps young people break the bonds of poverty, transform their lives and become confident, responsible adults. Through this sponsorship, children receive support through every phase of their lives, including medical, nutritional, and educational care, as well as basic necessities like education, clothing and shoes. Sponsored children also have access to a world-class Youth Program so that poverty doesn’t stand in the way of their education.

Maryland CASA

Maryland CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) ensure that every abused and neglected child in the State of Maryland has a safe, permanent home.  CASA volunteers are appointed to children who are under the protection of the court as a result of abuse and neglect. Volunteers also offer children trust and advocacy during complex legal proceedings. They help explain to the child the events happening involving the case, the reasons they are in court and the roles of the judge, lawyers and case workers. While remaining objective observers, CASA volunteers also encourage the child to express his or her own opinion and hopes about the case.

Global Youth Leadership Summit

The Anthony Robbins Foundation Global Youth Leadership Summit is a five-day program that provides participants ages 14 to 17 with an environment designed to boost them into leadership roles that will change their lives and communities.  Global Youth Leadership Summit’s format includes small group discussions, hands-on service learning experiences, leadership simulation games and exercises designed to enable summit participants to identify their own particular leadership strengths.


Homeworks is a nonprofit Teacher Home Visit Program that trains, supports, and pays teachers to make visits to the homes of their students. The goal is to change parent behavior by equipping them with the tools, skills, knowledge, and materials they need to support their child’s learning and create academic-rich homes.