On 5 October 2019, ISACA members and staff gathered around the world for ISACA’s first-ever worldwide day of volunteerism, CommunITy Day. Involving 2,800 volunteers, the one-day event brought together members, staff, family and friends while making a meaningful difference in communities across the globe. We are grateful to everyone who helped make this day a success!
Check out the materials below to learn more about the impact of this inaugural global service day.
ISACA Now Blog event summary
by CEO David SamuelsonISACA50 article
"Really I'm feeling very happy... we had a lot participation from Ecuador's members. We finished the day with approximately 200 hours of community services, technology, education and sports!! The members are excited to see a summary of the ISACA Community Day in the world... I think we accomplished the mission!!"
"We have been following all ISACA chapters across the world as they celebrate the first ISACA CommunITy Day! We are so proud to be part of an organisation that aims to make such a positive impact in the world!"- South Africa Chapter
- Ecuador Chapter
"This was one of the best moments of the day for me. One thought came to mind: it does not take much to bring joy to humanity. It does not take much to put a smile on someone's face."
- Abuja Chapter
"If you want to make a difference - give. Of yourself and from your heart. Happy to be part of #ISACACommunITyDay and this global initiative to make the world a better place. Namaste."
- Trinidad and Tobago Chapter
"I don’t have the words to tell you how important, fun and life changing this event was to soooooo many!"
- ISACA Staff
“Thanks to everyone who came to today’s Beach Cleanup—our South Florida way of demonstrating that ISACA’s purpose 'to help people realize the positive potential of technology' is rooted in values that extend far beyond the workplace.”- South Florida Chapter
“So proud to have been part of ISACA CommunITy Day with the ISACA Gaborone Chapter today at OMRI as we joined other ISACA chapters around the globe to give back in service by inspiring the next generation of leaders in disadvantaged communities. We are truly an organization that is dedicated to people, service and purpose. Thank you ISACA committee and members!”- Gaborone Chapter