EOS Spring Community Giving Initiative

EOS Defense Systems USA (EOSDS USA) is committed to giving back to its community by contributing its time and resources. EOSDS USA is proud to offer a quarterly giving initiative that benefits charitable organizations in the North Alabama community and showcases the generosity of its employees.

We’re happy to share about four incredible organizations we’ve recently supported. Keep reading to learn more about our Q2 community giving recipients.

United Help Ukraine is a charitable non-profit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2014, after a Russian attack on Ukraine, by a small group of people who met at a protest in Washington, DC. The foundation focuses on the following areas:

  • Medical supplies: Individual First Aid Kits for service members of Ukrainian Armed Forces and Territorial Defense Forces; hospital equipment.
  • Personal Protective, Medical, and Survival Equipment
  • Humanitarian Aid: monetary grants and shipping of goods to internally displaced Ukrainians and refugees
  • Wounded Warrior: dedicated fundraisers for the Ukrainian wounded, including those who are being treated in American hospitals; support for their families
  • Raising Awareness: hosting rallies and cultural events to bring attention to Ukraine’s struggle for freedom and independence.

A New Leash on Life’s mission is to save all of Alabama’s homeless animals by reducing the number of pets killed in shelters and by reducing the number of homeless pets on the streets in Alabama’s communities. The dedicated staff of A New Leash on Life have been working diligently to create a no-kill community in Huntsville. They have led the way with many life-saving programs that our city has embraced and successfully implemented, and Huntsville now has a live release rate of over 90%.

Crisis Services of North Alabama (CSNA) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to respond to individuals and families in crisis in Madison, Limestone, Morgan and Jackson Counties. The organization ensures that individuals and families who have experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, or other types of trauma have a place to turn to and begin the recovery process. All CSNA programs, such as HELPline, HOPE Place Shelter, 2-1-1 System, Victim Services, Sexual Assault Responder, Domestic Violence Responder and more are supported in part by contributions from the North Alabama community.

Still Serving Veterans’ mission is to serve and honor Veterans and their families by empowering them to build meaningful lives through connections to fulfilling careers, benefits and services; and to proactively strengthen Veteran communities through leadership and collaboration.

The Association of the United States Army Redstone-Huntsville Chapter is a private, nonprofit, educational Association of individual, business and organization members dedicated to supporting and maintaining a strong national defense with an emphasis on the role of the United States Army. AUSA supports the needs and interests of all components of the Total Army – Active Duty, Army Reserve, National Guard, Department of the Army civilians, retirees and family members.