Giving Back – Barcoding in the Community

Making an Impact in the Moments that Matter

A Mission to Serve Our Communities

Barcoding, Inc.’s mission includes positively impacting our social communities. From corporate involvement to dedicated employees, Barcoding, Inc. is making an impact.

“Develop a consistently profitable, growth oriented and sustainable company that provides opportunity for personal success for all of its employees while positively impacting customers, business partners and social communities.”

Serving Baltimore and Beyond

Founded in Baltimore, Maryland, Barcoding has remained true to its roots by supporting local events and organizations. Several members of our leadership team serve on nonprofit boards, including Wide Angle Youth Media and the Fuel Fund of Maryland.Community_CHUCKLES 1

While there is a focus on Baltimore, we also support causes important to our employees and customers across the country. Some of the organizations we’ve supported with technology, donations, and volunteer support, include: Tour de Cure, Ronald McDonald House, Health Care for the Homeless, Junior Olympic Sailing, the Baltimore Child Abuse Center, Patterson Park Public Charter School, Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults, Stephen Johnson Memorial Fund, National MS Society, Steve Smith Foundation, Inspire, Baltimore Foundry, Achilles Heel International, SARC, Crop Circles, and more.

For the holidays, we let our customers choose which non-profit sectors mean the most to them, and then, in their honor, we pledge a total of $6,000 across three organizations. In 2016, based on the votes, we donated to the Wounded Warrior Family Project, Feeding America, and the Ronald McDonald House.

One of our most hands-on initiatives involves our work with Baltimore YouthWorks – where we bring in a city high student to intern at the company’s headquarters in Baltimore. Our first student intern is now a full-time employee and college student. We believe this type of program is one of the best ways to live up to our mission.

Recent Community Support from Barcoding, Inc.

Barcoding participated in the Tour de Cure Chicago event in Aurora, Illinois, which benefits the American Diabetes Association. With 1,050 riders, the event raised more than $657,000. Barcoding’ s #SupplyChainGeek team, Bent for a Cure, raised $4,273 with only six participants: David Goldman, Matt Cunningham, Kris Cunningham, Michelle O’ Boyle, Ann Gasior and Tom O’ Boyle.Community tour de cure

Barcoding proudly sponsored Baltimore’ s World Refugee Day. Following speeches by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Anne Richard, Barcoding CEO Shane Snyder introduced Barcoding as the festival’s major sponsor and the first set of dancers from Nepal.

To read more about the event, check out this article in the Baltimore Sun.Barcoding_Team_WorldRefugeeDay_ShaneSnyder_5745

Barcoding sponsored the Baltimore Child Abuse Center’ s inaugural “Be a Hero Gala.”

In addition to sponsoring the event at the advocate level and providing tickets to staff and customers, Barcoding employees volunteered to assist in the registration process, using Motion Computing F5te tablets to automatically gather attendees’ names and email addresses.Community BCAC nancy and geri

Barcoding sponsored the inaugural Fuel Fund of Maryland’s inaugural 5K Trail Run & 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk. The Fuel Fund of Maryland provides resources to vulnerable Maryland families for heat and home utility needs.Community fuel fund 5k trail run

Barcoding assisted long-time customer, Front Gate Tickets, with its 9th Annual Morning After Party. Held in conjunction with the South by Southwest (SXSW) festival, the Morning After Party raises awareness for Kids in a New Groove– an Austin-based charity that provides children in foster care with mentorship, instruments and music lessons.Barcoding_Branding_Coozie_FGT-at-Lolla

Patterson Park Public Charter School (PPPCS) is a public charter school in the Southeast neighborhood of Baltimore City, just a few blocks from Barcoding’ s headquarters. Barcoding supports PPPCS with a variety of sponsorships and volunteer efforts – from 5Ks, to art shows, to robotics competitions.Barcoding_Branding_Coozie_robotics-competition-baltimore

Barcoding, Inc. employees are active in their communities and passionate about the causes they serve. The charities and organizations our employees support include:

Employees Making an Impact in Their Communities