Holding Hands Symbolizing Unity and Support founder and CEO Damien Patton is a firm believer in helping those less fortunate. He encourages all of his employees in this regard and leads by example. FOX Sports Radio 920AM (for which Damien does his "Speed Beat" program every Sunday at 10pm PST) does regular remote broadcasts revolving around charity events. Attending these events and pitching in is one way the team follows their boss' lead.

Several Charities is involved in is also committed to making the Internet more accessible to people with disabilities. His initial inspiration to work in this area came from Glenda Watson Hyatt, a woman who has had cerebral palsy from birth. The pair met at a blogging convention in Las Vegas, where Damien purchased, and immediately read, Glenda's inspirational book I'll Do It Myself. is committed to doing more charity work over the coming months and years and to taking the lead in seeing businesses make their websites fully accessible to people with disabilities.

A Little About the Charities We Support

Susan G. Komen for the Cure®

Susan G. Komen
for the Cure - Breast Cancer Foundation

Susan G. Komen unites men, women and children from around the world to raise breast cancer awareness and fight for a cure. As the world leader, Susan G. Komen for the Cure® has raised over $1.2 billion since it began in 1982. The Race for the Cure has had over one million participants since 2005 making it the largest 5K walk/run series around the world. –

National Children's Cancer Society

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National Children's Cancer Society seeks to improve the lives of children with cancer through education and financial assistance. They have also established an international organization, Global Outreach Program (GOP) that helps deliver medical aid to children with cancer in less–developed countries. –

Blind Center of Nevada

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The Blind Center of Nevada is a non–profit organization that helps integrate people who have lost their sight back into the working and social network. They do this by offering assisted living, physical fitness, arts and crafts, Braille instruction and job training. –

Autism Speaks

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Autism Speaks helps fund global biomedical research in hopes of finding a cure, treatment or prevention for those who suffer from an autism spectrum disorder. Autism Speaks was founded in 2005. Just last year they were able to give $30 million to autism research funding. –

National Down Syndrome Society (NDSS)

National Down Syndrome Society (NDSS) Logo

The NDSS is a non–profit organization that provides support, education and research for individuals with Down syndrome, as well as their families. Collaborative efforts from NDSS and experts in the field produced the Down Syndrome Research Plan, a summary of the short– and long–term plans for Down syndrome research for this year. Last year their annual budget exceeded $2 million. –

United Cerebral Palsy (UCP)

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Founded almost 60 years ago, UCP is currently a leading advocate for people with disabilities, and a prime source of cerebral palsy research and information. At present, UCP affiliates aid over 170,000 people who have disabilities by providing therapy, housing, intervention and recreational programs, employment assistance and technology training. –

Caring 4 Kids Foundation

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Caring 4 Kids is a special organization devoted to feeding and caring for homeless children in Las Vegas, Nevada. At present, there are approximately 4,000 homeless children throughout the valley. Since their conception in 2005, Caring 4 Kids has been able to donate almost 40,000 bags of food to needy children. –