Our Impact

With every passing year, our employees increase their monetary contributions and volunteer time as a demonstration of our dedication to helping those less fortunate.

QTC Volunteer Recap 2018

Please take a moment to view the impact that QTC employees had on thousands of veterans, children, and families in 2019. We look forward to even greater opportunities to serve our community in 2020.


At QTC, we take pride in our commitment to philanthropy and our responsibility to support our community. Our partnerships with local charitable organizations and humanitarian efforts are essential to developing a company culture of embracing altruism. Read more about QTC’s volunteer efforts below.

QTC Employees Donate Supplies to No-Kill Pet Rescue

❮ Back to Philanthropy In honor of National Cat Day last October, QTC San Dimas employees donated 300 items and purchased $230 worth of online wish list items for no-kill animal shelter Priceless Pet Rescue in Claremont, California. From Oct. 12 to Oct. 29, they collected cat food, toys, small blankets, and cleaning supplies. Remote employees […]

5 Stories from the Heart: QTC Employees Fundraise for the American Heart Association

❮ Back to Philanthropy For the fifth consecutive year, QTC is proudly participating in the American Heart Association’s (AHA) Heart Walk and working to fundraise $21,000 company-wide. Cardiovascular disease is the number one killer of Americans, but that doesn’t stop us from taking a stand (or a walk) to help save lives. Our donations and participation helps fund […]

QTC’s Backpack Drive Has It In the Bag!

❮ Back to Philanthropy The new school year is right around the corner, and many students are going back to the classroom after a long year of remote learning. QTC staff knew this meant teachers and families greatly needed school supplies. Last month, our Nashville Women’s Network organized a Backpack Drive that gathered more than […]

2019 United Way Shoe Box Project

❮ Back to Philanthropy Throughout March 2019, a room in QTC’s San Antonio offices was full of brown shoeboxes. Some were decorated with colorful wrapping paper, others adorned with bows and ribbons. All were full of personal care and basic needs items. Those shoeboxes were donated by QTC employees to United Way of San Antonio […]

Live Oak Elementary

❮ Back to Philanthropy Inland Empire United Way (IEUW) and QTC employees volunteered and worked together to give Live Oak Elementary School a campus makeover. The school was transformed into a dynamic and visually stimulating learning environment that students, parents, and faculty can enjoy. Volunteers gathered on Saturday, October 27, 2018, and donated their time […]

The Children’s Shelter Thrift Boutique Makeover

❮ Back to Philanthropy 11 exemplary volunteers showed up at The Children’s Shelter Thrift Boutique in San Antonio, Texas on Saturday, July 21, 2018, to help give the thrift store’s exterior a new coat of paint. The roster of volunteers for the project filled quickly, as participants invited friends and relatives to be part of […]

Metropolitan Area Neighborhood Nutrition Alliance MANNA

❮ Back to Philanthropy Philadelphia employees continue to support their community by volunteering and lending a hand to MANNA. MANNA, which stands for Metropolitan Area Neighborhood Nutrition Alliance, was founded in 2006 and acts as a heroic firefighter for the chronically ill. The non-profit organization cooks and delivers nutritious, medically-appropriate meals to people who are […]

American Heart Walk

❮ Back to Philanthropy On Saturday, September 29, 2018, 80 QTC employees, along with family, friends, and pets participated in this year’s Heart Walk hosted by The American Heart Association. The event took place in the historic city of Pasadena, California at the world renown, Rose Bowl Stadium. The day’s events began with a 3-mile […]


“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, What are you doing for others?”

Martin Luther King, Jr.


At QTC, we take pride in our commitment to partnering with our local communities. Read more about QTC’s partnership efforts below.

QTC and Leidos’ Cycling Team Fundraises for Multiple Sclerosis Research

On August 29, Deputy Program Management Director Joanna Fesler and five riders from our parent company Leidos raised over $3,500 in Bike MS, a fundraising cycling series organized by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Leidos sponsored their event in Purceville, Virginia, and teamed up with the DC United soccer club to raise more funds in […]

Celebrating 6 years of STEM Mentorship at CSULA

❮ Back to Philanthropy Since 2013, QTC has partnered with science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) students from California State University, Los Angeles (CSULA) for their Capstone Senior Design Projects. Each school year, QTC is matched with a student team and their own faculty advisor for a year-long technological project. Students collaborate with QTC professionals […]

QTC Sponsors Riverside County Firefighters Fund

❮ Back to Philanthropy On May 20, 2019, the Riverside County Professional Firefighters Benevolent Fund (RCPFBF) awarded QTC a Certificate of Appreciation for our contribution to local firefighters. The RCPFBF nonprofit is a support fund for Riverside County firefighters, their families, and other community programs. Formed over 10 years ago, the fund uses 100% of […]