As a corporate citizen, MIS Solutions believes it has been called to do more than just provide businesses with unrivaled IT services. Our reach extends beyond technology to local organizations dear to our hearts, and close to home.
Owners Jennifer and Lliam Holmes have been involved with Gwinnett Children’s Shelter for more than 15 years, contributing both their time and financial support to the organization. Jennifer has helped coordinate several service projects at the shelter and Lliam has mentored children during the home's career days.
In 2014, the shelter transformed from a level-one lockdown facility to a transitional program focused on breaking the cycle of homelessness and supporting the long-term success of its guests. Today, the Home of Hope at Gwinnett Children’s Shelter is a springboard for homeless children and their mothers -- along with girls aging out of the foster care system -- to a life of self-sufficiency.
MIS Solutions continues to support the Home of Hope at Gwinnett Children’s Shelter through its corporate sponsorship of the annual Power of One Award.
Long before “girl power” was a thing, the Girl Scouts organization was enriching young women's lives through fun experiences and by demonstrating what can be accomplished when girls work together
Founded right here in the state of Georgia, this American institution strives to build girls’ confidence and character. Jennifer is one of the 800,000 adult volunteers who offers her time and resources to help with local troops. Because MIS Solutions is dedicated to developing leadership skills in young people, Jennifer helps train girls to sell cookies each year. And to further support Girl Scouts, MIS Solutions launches “Operation Cookie Drop” each Spring, delivering cookies to clients as a small token of thanks for doing business with us.
For more than 100 years, the Boy Scouts of America has been shaping the lives of young men by preparing them to make ethical and moral choices throughout their lifetime.
The Boy Scouts’ mission is fulfilled with the help of adult volunteers. Throughout his involvement with local troops, Lliam provides the direction, coaching and training to empower today’s youth with the skills they will need to lead tomorrow. Along with mentoring young men and boys through scouting, he serves as his troop’s local finance chair to raise money to support the leadership training scholarship fund.