Corporate Social Responsibility - State and Federal Communications

Corporate Social Responsibility

We are dedicated to using the power of our team to make a difference nationally and in Northeast Ohio.

State and Federal Communications believes in the power of a team. We can only find solutions to the challenges facing our community together. This company is always finding ways to help our community in areas such as sustainability, poverty, hunger, and literacy.

Whether it is supporting our foodbank’s Harvest for Hunger Campaign, painting at the Akron Rotary Camp, or mentoring students, we are there in force. State and Federal Communications makes effective use of partnerships with the United Way of Summit County, the Akron-Canton Regional Food-bank, the Akron Urban League, and many more amazing organizations.

There is nothing small about the power of a team.

Families are suffering and must make difficult choices. The good news is there is something we can do to help! Won’t you join our TeamRaiser in support of the wonderful Akron Canton Regional Foodbank.

This would have been our 11th Donut and Cider Sale where we have raised money for the United Way and have fun with the community. With the pandemic the sale was impossible, but we still love donuts! For all the wonderful staff and National Guard at the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank, State and Federal Communications brought the great donut drop for a morning treat on Wednesday, November 4, 2020.

Elizabeth Bartz, president and CEO of State and Federal Communications, addressed the crowd at the 2020 Harvest for Hunger Campaign Kickoff on February 25 at the John S. Knight Center. As Co-chair of the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank’s campaign, Elizabeth Bartz encourages everyone to donate their change in the “Be the Change” initiative.