Contribution from ShipCompliant means big impact for local nonprofit
The Entrepreneurs Foundation of Colorado (EFCO) today announced it will distribute a generous grant to The Community Foundation Serving Boulder County. The grant is made possible because Boulder startup ShipCompliant elected to share a portion of its sale proceeds with the community. ShipCompliant recently merged with Sovos Compliance. ShipCompliant’s team chose to support The Community Foundation, in partnership with Cooley LLP, because of its work on behalf of Boulder County nonprofits that contribute to strengthening their community.
“It’s gratifying to share a portion of our success with the community that helped us build a durable and impactful business,” said Jason Eckenroth, Founder and CEO of ShipCompliant. “This is where our employees live and work. We know that offering a high quality of life is key to our ability to attract and retain competitive employees. Our local nonprofits play a big role in driving that quality of life. We’re proud to make this contribution and the impact on our community amplifies our feeling of gratitude.” (more…)