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ACT I Announces Charitable Contributions to Provide Relief from COVID-19 Pandemic; Michael Niggel Quoted

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Advanced Concepts and Technologies International, LLC (ACT I) has announced a series of charitable contributions to organizations across the United States in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the company announced on Monday.

“This is ACT I in Action,” said ACT I CEO Michael Niggel.  “We are proud to call Albany, Arlington, Colorado Springs, Okaloosa County, Patuxent River, and Waco our home.  These communities support us every day, and during this important time in our history, it is our humbling opportunity to do what we can to support them.”

Through the new initiative, ACT I employees have recommended charitable organizations in communities across the nation to deliver mission-essential services to government customers. The contributions have been made on behalf of the ACT I workforce in six communities across the country with ACT I operating locations to directly assist community needs in response to the crisis.

Among the company’s selection include the Marine Corps Logistics Base in Albany, GA to assist the Phoebe Foundation and USO of Metropolitan Washington-Baltimore and Capital Area Food Bank located in Arlington, VA, from ACT I Corporate Headquarters; Support to government agencies throughout the National Capital Region)

ACT I will deliver relief support to Care and Share: Food Bank for Southern Colorado and Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region, located Colorado Springs, CO, by Peterson Air Force Base as well as Air Force Enlisted Village in Okaloosa County, FL from Hurlburt Field.

In addition, the company will support Feed St. Mary’s, located in St. Mary’s County, MD and supported by the Naval Air Station Patuxent River, and Central Texas Food Bank and United Way of Waco – McLennan County in Waco, TX by ACT I Support Headquarters.

The company has also delivered meals to the Arlington County Fire Department ordered from local Arlington restaurants to additionally bolster community businesses.  ACT I has also partnered with the Virginia Hospital Center to provide meals for healthcare professionals in the weeks ahead.

ACT I will remain active in local communities to support vital community organizations as part of its charitable fund, including Wreaths Across America, the Air Force Aid Society, the Coast Guard Foundation, the Urban Alliance of Northern Virginia and the American Heart Association’s Heart Walk.

“I am proud of the rich cross-section of organizations we are supporting as part of our COVID-19 contributions,” said Niggel. “We know these communities, and our Nation, will emerge united from this pandemic, and we will continue to stand with them.”