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CCG Raises Awareness for American Heart Association

Nov 18, 2016

Convergence Consulting Group (CCG) is proud to share their endorsement of the American Heart Association (AHA) through sponsorship of the 2016 Heart Walk. On November 12, 2016, over 30 members of CCG raised awareness for heart health at the 2016 Tampa Bay Heart Walk. With over 5,000 companies and 30,000 individuals in attendance, the Tampa Bay Heart Walk successfully raised $3,739,139. That number continues to grow with donations being accepted through December.


CCG kept the competition rising between employees, who were divided into three fundraising teams: the front end visualization team (EBI), the back end data group (EIM), and the people that keep our lights on (Sales and Operations). We treasured this opportunity for our employees to become more involved in the community. In the months leading up to the Heart Walk, CCG held multiple fundraising events to raise awareness and engage our fellow Tampa technologists. On October 1st, over 35 attendees sweat for a cause at Cycle Bar South Tampa. With everyone on their stationary bicycles, it was quite the race to the $1,000 finish line. Employees also gave into their sweet tooth at an office-wide bake sale at the CCG Tampa headquarters in The Pointe. Here CCGers sold baked goods and encouraged employees from around the building to donate to AHA. These were just some of the many opportunities that CCGers volunteered in the Tampa Bay community for this worthwhile cause. We look forward to growing in our support of the American Heart Association in years to come.

About American Heart Association

The AHA Heart Walk was designed to raise funds and awareness for the United States number one and number five killers- heart disease and stroke. With the help of CCG and other contributions, death and disability from cardiovascular disease and stroke could be reduced 20 percent by 2020. The funds raised contribute to research, educational programs, and public health policies. The AHA also leads the nation in CPR training, offers guidelines for treatment to medical professionals and encourages healthy lifestyle choices. The Heart Walk was designed to create a run environment that is rewarding for the entire family.

To make a donation to the American Heart Association and help reduce heart disease and stroke, click here: . Donations are available until December 7th.