A Dream Come True
“With every hour’s earnings and for every software sale generating revenue, children in need receive via our donation, a direct percentage of our earnings. Being Involved in helping less fortunate children has always been a dream of mine. Now, I am fortunate to see that every effort we put into Optimus, will help others.”
We would love for you and your company to join us in making the lives of children better across the Americas.
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How it works:
Every donation will be tied to countries where our employees and clients are located. Donations will not go to an institution, but rather will incorporate direct involvement of a mix of client personnel, suppliers, employees and partners. Employees and Partners will propose various opportunities for our contribution that an external committee of non-Optimus stakeholders will evaluate and vote on in order to ensure our donations are meaningfully and justly allocated. Optimus will also provide paid leave, that does not count towards vacation, for employees to participate in these volunteer activities. There will be one activity per year that Hector Negron chooses that will not go through the committee process.
January 2018 – Puerto Rico
Our first Optimus Kids Activity. Supporting 70 children affected by Hurricane Maria.
May 2018 – Trinidad & Tobago
Vishal Ramnarine, Manager @ Optimus, was one of the leaders in the
Cricket Under 15 Charitable Activity. This MAQ Classic Under 15 North vs South Cricket Clash kicked off at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy on May 11th, 2018. Optimus tries to enhance the lives of children throughout the Caribbean.
May 2018 – Puerto Rico
In support of education in Puerto Rico Optimus has made a donation to the Cristian Academy Yaveh’s Logos to provide relief post Hurricane Maria.
February 2020 – Puerto Rico
After the Earthquakes, the Island is at high risk for adolescents. The activity was held @ Caribbean Cinemas during Oscar Night.
September 2021 – Jamaica
Optimus Kids and HFTP Jamaica Chapter (Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals) invite Jamaican University Students to compete in a VLOG regarding the future of Hospitality and Tourism in Jamaica/ Region.