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Scaled Agile Donates $175,000 and 250 Volunteer Hours to Local Nonprofit Organizations

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$115,000 in donations to both Pledge 1% Colorado and its parent organization, Community Foundation Boulder County. Attention Homes, EFAA, Harvest of Hope Pantry, Rocky Mountain Riding Therapy, Sister Carmen Community Center, and Wish for Wheels each additionally receive $10,000 donations.

BOULDER, Colo. (PRWEB) August 14, 2018

Andrea Korte, Enterprise Solutions representative at Boulder-based Scaled Agile, Inc., tends to one of the horses used for Equine Assisted Therapy at the Rocky Mountain Riding Therapy Center during Scaled Agile's recent Day of Service for Pledge 1% Colorado.

Korte was one of more than 50 Scaled Agile employees who volunteered to support Scaled Agile's commitment to Pledge 1%, a growing global movement that encourages companies and individuals to contribute one percent of equity, resources, and expertise back into their communities. Throughout the day, Scaled Agile employees volunteered to provide assistance to Rocky Mountain Riding Therapy Center and five other Boulder County organizations: Attention Homes, EFAA, Harvest of Hope Pantry, Sister Carmen Community Center, and Wish for Wheels.

In July, Scaled Agile made a $115,000 contribution between Pledge 1% Colorado, a program of Community Foundation Boulder County, and the foundation itself. An additional $60,000 in cash donations was made to Attention Homes, EFAA, Harvest of Hope Pantry, Rocky Mountain Riding Therapy, Sister Carmen Community Center, and Wish for Wheels following the company's Day of Service.

About Scaled Agile, Inc.
Scaled Agile, Inc., is the provider of SAFe®, the world's leading framework for enterprise agility. Through learning and certification, a global partner network, and a growing community of over 250,000 trained professionals, Scaled Agile helps enterprises build better systems, increase employee engagement, and improve business outcomes. Scaled Agile is a contributing member of the Pledge 1% corporate philanthropy and community service movement. Learn about Scaled Agile and SAFe at scaledagile.com and scaledagileframework.com.

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