Community Service

For more than twenty years, InventHelp has made its headquarters in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. InventHelp, our parent company, Technosystems, and all our subsidiaries encourage our employees to participate in community service activities by sponsoring company-wide events to help those in need.

Each year, we ask our employees to join community outreach efforts such as collecting non-perishable food items to help stock the Salvation Army's food pantry, teaming with the U.S. Marine Corps by donating to Toys for Tots and hosting blood drives in conjunction with the Central Blood Bank.

Furthermore, our trade show division, INPEX®, annually hosts "Kids Day" at the Invention Show for children to display their innovative ideas. And INPEX 2005 opened its arms to Broderick Alexander, a 16-year-old aspiring inventor who is part of the Make-A-Wish Foundation® program.

InventHelp is proud of our employees and our association with these events and causes, and we will continue to advocate employee participation to better our community. To learn more about specific events our company has taken part in, please click on the links below.

InventHelp LLS Walk

InventHelp Joins the "Light the Night" Walk to Support the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

Last week, more than 25 InventHelp employees and the company’s well-known caveman mascot, CAVEY, joined thousands who attended the Pittsburgh Light the Night Walk, a fundraising campaign of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS). The walk brought together families and communities to honor blood cancer survivors, as well as those lost to the diseases

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InventHelp Partners with Make-A-Wish

On the heels of BatKid's recent takeover of San Francisco, InventHelp held their own fundraising drive to sponsor a local Make-A-Wish® child. The InventHelp staff, along with Cavey the Caveman, volunteered at the 25th Anniversary Light Up A Child's Life campaign for Make-A-Wish.

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Salvation Army

Salvation Army Food Drive

The holidays are full of joy and holiday gatherings with family & friends. But there are some less fortunate people who would just like to be full this holiday season. That's why InventHelp & our family of affiliated companies are proud of our continued involvement collecting non-perishable food...

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Toys for Tots

Throughout this and every holiday season, we at InventHelp and its affiliated companies make it our goal to look beyond our own needs and do whatever possible to help those in need. One way we do this is by partnering with the U.S. Marines and Marine Corps Reserve each year in their annual Toys...

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InventHelp Blood Drive

For the sixth consecutive year, InventHelp was a group contributor to Central Blood Bank's annual blood drive. The two partnered to gather in-house blood donations and lend their time and energy to help improve the blood bank's reserve...

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Komen Pittsburgh Race for the Cure

For over 20 years, the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation has coordinated the world's largest series of 5K runs and fitness walks – the Komen Race for the Cure. The program is designed not only to generate money for breast cancer research, but also to promote public awareness of the disease...

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InventHelp Employee Is Woman of the Year in Business

Each year Womansplace, a non-profit agency that works to put an end to domestic violence, honors 10 extraordinary women for exceptional work and dedication to both their careers and their communities. Judy Kinlough, an InventHelp employee since 1992, was one of the 2007 recipients...

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Hurricane Katrina Relief Fund

In late August 2005, Hurricane Katrina swept across the southeastern coastline of the United States, wreaking havoc in its path. Thousands of lives were lost and countless more were left homeless. In response, Americans flocked to aid the unfortunate people who were affected by this tragedy...

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InventHelp's INPEX Make-A-Wish

While pursuing your own invention idea can garner a sense of personal satisfaction, sometimes it's just as rewarding to help others realize their dreams. That was definitely the case last month when INPEX, America's largest invention trade show, was held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania...

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