FARMERS BRANCH, Texas (January 31, 2020) –For over 40 years, Verity Instruments has delivered high performance process control solutions that help semiconductor manufacturers produce the advanced semiconductor technology demanded by industry and consumers worldwide. But their community service has always focused on the community they call home. The company originated in north Dallas in 1979, moving to Addison in 1985 and then to its current location in Carrollton in 1995. In recognition of their outstanding commitment to the community, this global business will be receiving the prestigious Lou Sartor Heart for the Community Award. They will accept the award on April 3rd at the Metrocrest Services 15th Annual Keyholder Breakfast, an event that is open to the public.
The Lou Sartor Heart for the Community Award from Metrocrest Services recognizes and celebrates a business that has shown an outstanding commitment to their community. By supporting the mission of Metrocrest Services, this business has impacted families, individuals, and seniors by providing significant resources to support programs and services. This award recipient has a “heart” for the community, as demonstrated by its consistent efforts to make a difference in the lives of those in need. The award carries the name of Lou Sartor, a dedicated philanthropist and Metrocrest community member.
“We at Verity Instruments are humbled by our selection for this award. We live and work in this community, so providing assistance to our neighbors at-risk is important to us. In order to do that it’s imperative that we have an experienced social service delivery partner, said Mike Whelan, President & CEO of Verity Instruments. “Through our association with Metrocrest Services for the past 20 years we have come to appreciate that they exemplify the best in stewardship and compassion, providing programs based on dignity and respect that promote paths toward independence wherever possible. It is truly a privilege for us to support their efforts.”
Verity Instruments is being recognized for its commitment to the community that has spanned 20 years, including the significant impact the business has made on Metrocrest Services. In addition to their philanthropy that helps fund a variety of programs, the organization has provided volunteers to essential programs like Thanksgiving and Holiday Program, as well as strategic oversight as part of the Advisory Council.
“We are so thrilled that Verity Instruments was chosen as this year’s recipient of the Lou Sartor Heart for the Community Award. The Verity Instruments team has been an integral part of the Metrocrest Services mission for nearly 20 years,” said Tracy Eubanks, CEO of Metrocrest Services. “Their consistent support has impacted the lives of thousands of individuals in our community in their time of need. Verity Instruments has raised the bar for corporate impact.”
Last year’s winner of the Lou Sartor Heart for the Community Award was Thomson Reuters which was recognized for years of generous support to Metrocrest Services. Previous award recipients include Parks Coffee and Sam Pack Ford.
The 15th Annual Keyholder Breakfast will be held Friday, April 3, from 7:15-9:00 a.m. at the Westin Galleria Dallas. For ticket or sponsorship information, please visit Metrocrestservices.org or contact email@example.com.
Metrocrest Services is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit providing programs for individuals, families, and seniors that lead to self-sufficiency and foster independence. In 2019, Metrocrest Services provided assistance to 12,806 adults, children and seniors, including 909,377 meals to families in need. From rent and utility bill aid, to financial and budgeting assistance, employment counseling, a food pantry and home-delivered meals, Metrocrest Services provides for those who need a helping hand. The non-profit assists individuals living in Carrollton, Addison, Farmers Branch, Coppell and residents in the area of Dallas (75287) in Denton County. For more information, please visit www.metrocrestservices.org or call 972-446-2100.
Verity Instruments is a world leading manufacturer of optical emission and spectral reflectometry sensors and software used for controlling process endpoint in semiconductor manufacturing. For over 40 years Verity has delivered high performance process control solutions that help semiconductor manufacturers produce the advanced semiconductor technology demanded by industry and consumers worldwide. The company originated in north Dallas in 1979, moving to Addison in 1985 and then to its current location in Carrollton in 1995.