Comevo, a San Luis Obispo-based software company, donated a total of $16,000 to local non-profit organizations in August. The total award money was distributed between four groups: Transitions-Mental Health Association (TMHA), SLO County Food Bank, Operation Underground Railroad and the SLO County Small Business Relief Fund which is grant fund created in partnership between Comevo and the San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce.
“Comevo is pleased that we were able to donate to the community once again,” said Leslie Coe, President of Comevo. “Now, more than ever, it is important to support our local non-profits to help San Luis Obispo when needed most.”
The Comevo team voted on which organizations to donate to as part of their commitment to philanthropy. One such recipient, the SLO County Food Bank, received a donation that equaled 42,700 nutritious meals for community members in need.
Additionally, in May, Comevo sponsored a $75,000 grant that was distributed through the San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce as a means to help businesses disproportionately affected by COVID-19. The fund was donated to a second time in August.
Headquartered in San Luis Obispo, California, Comevo is a software company serving customers since 1999, dedicated to cultivating technology that will serve to streamline communication throughout organizations whether it’s schools, government institutions, contractors or other corporate entities. Our definitive product is not software; it is helping staff streamline communication processes that are more effective, which ultimately helps organizations succeed.