As a company, Alcohol Monitoring Systems has committed to the following community-based programs, either through corporate donations or participation in community-based fund-raising initiatives:
We launched the AMS Veterans Program in 2009 as a corporate initiative dedicated to helping those who sacrifice so much for our country: U.S. Military Veterans. As part our AMS Community Relations program, we’ve committed corporate support for Veterans organizations such as the Wounded Warrior Project, and we’ve taken the initiative to give a helping hand to Veterans in our own backyard—the justice system.
Our goal: To help these courts help America’s heroes.
AMS employees volunteer year-round with the Colorado Chapter of MADD, and each August the company has a team of staff, friends, and family who participate in their annual Walk Like MADD event. Participants raise funds for the walk and AMS donates money and staffs a booth in the exhibit area.
AMS has provided corporate donations and has participated with matching contributions to employee-organized fund-raising activities.
AMS employees talk with students in local area classrooms, providing education about the dangers of drunk driving and what can be expected in the judicial system if you are arrested for a DUI.
AMS partners with Alive at 25, a nationwide nonprofit that works with local law enforcement groups to educate teens about the dangers of drunk driving. Each year AMS staff organizes a comprehensive day-long educational program for the AMS family.