Building on Proven Success
1 Source Consulting is committed to making a difference in the local community. Our community outreach program is truly unique. 1 Source Consulting has created and positioned this program to be one of the premiere community outreach programs in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. The program provides service and assistance to the local communities in which 1 Source Consulting operates and lives. Our outreach program specializes in several areas of community outreach: partnerships, volunteerism, donations, fundraising, and sponsorship.
The mission of the 1 Source Consulting Community Outreach Program is to improve the social, economic, educational, and health conditions within the local community for those in need.
The success of our outreach program is firmly grounded in our unique ability to build and establish relationships with the national and local philanthropic organizations, businesses, agencies, schools, charities, foundations, and communities in which we serve. Some of our national and local philanthropic partners include Bread for the City, Children's National Medical Center, Goodwill, Martha's Table, and The Salvation Army.
1 Source Consulting CEO, William R. Teel, Jr., understands the importance of building and establishing relationships, Mr. Teel states, "the best solutions are those that create synergy enabling different individuals, programs, departments, companies, and agencies to more effectively collaborate and stimulate new ideas, resulting in greater productivity."
Presented by EESOn April 27th, 2009 EES teamed up with Redskins quarterback Jason Campbell to support the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Many avid golfers, sponsors, Redskins team members and associates, met at the Lowes Island Club in Sterling, Virginia to play a round of golf for a great cause. The event raised $225,000 to fight against leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma. Jason Campbell recently visited the EES office in Washington, DC to personally thank CEO, William Teel for his support.
Energy Enterprise Solutions, LLC supports Fight Against Breast Cancer as Silver Sponsors for the EagleBank Golf ClassicOctober 8, 2007 – The EagleBank Foundation held its 3rd Annual Golf Classic to fight breast cancer on October 8, 2007 at the Woodmont Country Club in Rockville, MD. The purpose of the benefit was to raise money and donate the contributions to the cancer programs at local area hospitals such as Suburban Hospital, Shady Grove Hospital, Providence Hospital and the Washington Hospital Center. EES contributed as a Silver Sponsors donating $3,750 helping beat the disease that attacks 1 in 8 women.
EES and 1 Source employees walk in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in efforts to help raise awareness and funds for the fight against breast cancerJune 2, 2007 - The Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure is the largest 5k run/fitness walk in the world. Over the past 25 years the organization has raised nearly $1 billion, making it the largest nonprofit source investing funds in research, education and health services. Their promise is to "save lives and end breast cancer forever by empowering people, ensuring quality care for all and energizing science to find the cures." On Saturday, June 2, Team EES/1 Source community contributed to this promise by raising $680.00 in addition to participating in the 5k race.
1 Source Sponsors Arlington Academy of Hope’s "BYOB - Bring Your Own Bag" Benefit For Students In Uganda, AfricaAugust 13 - The Arlington Academy of Hope (AAH) is an academic elementary school in Bumwalukani, Uganda. AAH is dedicated to building a solid educational foundation and basic healthcare for children in one of the world’s poorest countries. This August, AAH hosted a “BYOB – Bring Your Own Bag” Benefit in hopes of collecting leftover conference bags and old back packs from local businesses. As one of the main sponsors, 1 Source donated conference bags to replace the Ziploc bags that the children had been using to keep their supplies safe while coming to and from school. In addition to the hundreds of bags donated, 1 Source also donated an iPod and $100 iTunes Gift Card to be awarded to the individual who brought the most bags.
EES/1Source Hold Annual Back-to-School DriveSeptember 7, 2007 - This August, 1 Source and EES held their annual "Back-to-School Drive". Employees of 1 Source and EES joined together to help provide much needed school supplies for children coming from low income families. With the help of our generous employees many students at Hart Middle School were able to attend class fully prepared and equipped with the necessary materials and supplies needed to start the new school year off on the right foot.
Community Outreach Helps Rebuild Hart Middle School’s Library
June 29, 2007 - The Community Outreach program continues its sponsorship with Hart Middle School as they work with Hart to help rebuild the school’s library. Brand new computers were donated by EES and 1 Source and delivered to the school’s library. The new computers will be used to upgrade and refurbish the schools outdated and dilapidated library.
CEO Donates $10,000 to His Alma Mater, Charles Hart Middle SchoolApril 26, 2007 - Principal Willie Bennett gathered his 8th graders into the auditorium of Charles Hart Middle School on Thursday to listen to 1 Source Consulting/EES guest speakers William R. Teel, Jr. (CEO) and Kenji Darby (Director of Communications-Outreach). Both natives of the southeastern area of DC where Hart Middle School is located, the two representatives spoke to the students of the personal struggles they endured growing up and how they persevered, becoming successful businessmen. William R. Teel, Jr., who attended Hart Middle School, and Kenji Darby presented a check to Principal Bennett in the amount of $5,000 to help fund for needed jackets, school uniforms, gym uniforms, and school supplies for the students. After touring the halls and classrooms of his alma mater, Mr. Teel decided the school was in need for much more than $5,000 and announced that he would donate new laptops as well as an additional $5,000.
Community Outreach Program Hosts a Magic Show for Children's National Medical Center
April 9, 2007 - The Community Outreach Program hired award-winning and critically acclaimed entertainer Jonathan Austin to perform for the children and their families at Children's National Medical Center in Washington, DC. This two hour event encouraged children to come out of their rooms and free themselves from the stress and anxiety of being in a hospital setting. There was a huge turnout; many of the children, and even their family members, were picked from the crowd to help assist in some of the acts. Katie Ahrens, the Team Leader of Volunteer Services at Children's National Medical Center, wrote in her letter thanking Community Outreach for providing the fun-filled event, "The journey of each child is unique and thanks to the dedication of 1 Source Consulting and Energy Enterprise Solutions, we are able to help make the often anxiety-filled hospital experience a little easier for the entire family."