Giving is part of our culture.
One of our core values as a company is the desire to give back and make the world a better place in our own ways. There is no pre-defined or particular mission; we as individuals each do different things to help the world. Some of us run training programs for local professional associations, some of us serve at church, and others walk dogs.
We do share a few collective efforts as a team:
Meticulosity is proud to join Pledge 1%, a global movement creating new normal where companies of all sizes integrate giving back into their culture and values.
Pledge 1% empowers companies to donate 1% of product, 1% of equity, 1% of profit or 1% of employee time to causes of their choice. Over 1,500 companies in 40 countries have taken the Pledge and committed to give to communities around the world. Meticulosity joined Pledge 1%’s network of founders, entrepreneurs and companies around the globe in 2017 that have committed to giving back.
Meticulosity currently sponsors a child for each employee in our Cayman Islands and Canadian offices. We're currently helping over 15 kids across the world.
Meticulosity works with Unbound, an organization that connects children, young adults and elders in 20 developing countries with sponsors in the United States. Unbound is an international nonprofit humanitarian organization working to alleviate poverty and offer hope. Founded in 1981 by lay Catholics answering a sacred call to serve the world’s marginalized people, Unbound is a diverse, global community that embraces people of all faiths.
Meticulosity's support helps families put food on the table, send their kids to school and have a safe place to live. It helps elders pay for medical care and funds microloans for small businesses.
You can also change a life, the future of a family – even an entire community. Visit the Unbound website to learn more.
As a team of entrepreneurs, we love Kiva's mission of funding micro loans and helping crowd fund dreams. Our employees currently manage a portfolio of over $1000 in loans to female entrepreneurs in the developing world. Learn about Kiva.