Verisign in the Community
At Verisign, we take seriously our responsibility as corporate citizens in the communities that we live and work.
Our corporate social responsibility program was shaped by employees to reflect the issues that are most important to them and the world they live in. Through our Verisign Cares program, we make "giving back” part of our everyday lives.
Our mission with Verisign Cares is to make a positive and lasting impact on the global Internet community and the communities in which we live and work.
Verisign employees donate to more than 375 different nonprofit organizations around the world to support charitable efforts that are important to them. To maximize the impact of these donations, Verisign matches employee contributions dollar for dollar, up to $1,500 per calendar year. At Verisign, we are proud to support so many nonprofits working to improve the world in which we live and work.
The Verisign Volunteer Program has been established to encourage employees to give their time in support of local community organizations as a cross-functional or intact work team. Verisign has allotted one day per quarter for teams to volunteer their time.
Past Volunteer Efforts
Worldwide Earth Day
On Worldwide Earth Day in April, more than 20% of Verisign employees volunteered and participated in environmental initiatives in their local communities
Corporate Partner of the Year
Recognized by the YMCA of Loudoun County as 2011 Corporate Partner of the Year, Verisign earned the distinction for "unparalleled volunteer and fundraising efforts to benefit Loudoun County children and families."
Verisign Cares supports Internet safety and security, human services, environmental and other charitable organizations. The volunteer program encourages employees to give back to their community as Verisign matches donations made annually.
Fribourg - Cycling for a Cause
The Verisign Fribourg team came together to raise money in support of the great work done by the Cancer Association of Fribourg. The team cycled against the Elfic Fribourg women's basketball team to raise money for cancer research.