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Los Angeles, CA – VIRTUAL OFFICES IN CALIFORNIA, Inc. prides itself on being a company that gives back to the community. Many of the chosen charities lay near and dear to the hearts of clients and employees at VIRTUAL OFFICES IN CALIFORNIA, and each charity’s mission is centered on helping others and lifting up the surrounding community.

The organizations VIRTUAL OFFICES IN CALIFORNIA made donations to n 2018 were focused on charities whose aim is to help veterans, mothers and children, and the homeless. Though these categories encapsulate the majority of charities that donations were sent to, the list of charitable organizations that VIRTUAL OFFICES IN CALIFORNIA gives back to yearly includes cancer fighting organizations, animal rescue groups, higher education universities and much more. See the full list here.

Veterans hit close to home for VIRTUAL OFFICES IN CALIFORNIA as many of the clients and employees have family members who have served or are serving in the United States military. Both the CEO & COO of VIRTUAL OFFICES IN CALIFORNIA have fathers who have served. To honor our nation’s veterans, donations were sent to Cammies & Canines, USO, Wounded Warrior Project, and Wreaths Across America.

The employee population at VIRTUAL OFFICES IN CALIFORNIA is made up of 75 percent women, and of those, about 50 percent have children, some being single mothers. VIRTUAL OFFICES IN CALIFORNIA believes in supporting mothers and children because today’s children are the future of tomorrow. To support women and their children in the community, VIRTUAL OFFICES IN CALIFORNIA donated to Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Prevent Child Abuse America, Single Mother’s Outreach, The National Domestic Violence Hotline, and Vista Del Mar Child and Family Services.

The majority of VIRTUAL OFFICES IN CALIFORNIA’s locations are in urban Los Angeles County. Every big city has a homeless population, and communities throughout Southern California are not immune. Through supporting charities who work with those experiencing homelessness, VIRTUAL OFFICES IN CALIFORNIA hopes to do their part in helping bring those numbers down. Organizations VIRTUAL OFFICES IN CALIFORNIA chose to support in 2018 include Bridge to Home, LA Food Bank, Rise Against Hunger, Saint Joseph’s Center, Santa Clarita Shelter, Stop Hunger Now, and United Way of Greater LA.


The originator of the executive suite concept, VIRTUAL OFFICES IN CALIFORNIA was founded in 1966 as a cost-effective alternative to traditional office space by providing turnkey office space, virtual offices, meeting room facilities, and administrative support services. Independent business practitioners, small start-up companies, and national corporations benefit by having more time to focus on their core business with less financial risk. Today, with dozens of locations throughout Southern California, VIRTUAL OFFICES IN CALIFORNIA operates with a foundation of longevity and financial stability in providing its tenants with a business-friendly environment coupled with exceptional customer service. Additional information on VIRTUAL OFFICES IN CALIFORNIA, Inc. is available at

Carrie Gates

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