Somerville, MA, April 18, 2019: RESPOND is excited to announce that Pegasystems, a long time supporter or RESPOND’s work to end domestic violence, will be sponsoring RESPOND’s upcoming Gala at the Presenting Sponsor level. RESPOND will host the RESPONDing to Domestic Violence Gala on April, 26th, 2019 at The Row Hotel in Assembly Square in Somerville. Pegasystems, where community involvement and philanthropic efforts are central to the company’s values, has been a generous corporate partner to RESPOND for many years, providing lead sponsorship of the RESPOND Gala since its inception in 2004.
The RESPOND team does amazing work to end domestic violence,” Peter T. Welburn, VP, Corporate Development, Pegasystems, said. “Pega strives to be a responsible neighbor and active contributor in the communities where our employees, partners, and customers live and work. We are honored to support the RESPONDing to Domestic Violence Gala again this April.”
About PEGASYSTEMS: Pegasystems Inc. is the leader in software for customer engagement and operational excellence. Pega’s adaptive, cloud-architected software – built on its unified Pega Platform™ – empowers people to rapidly deploy and easily extend and change applications to meet strategic business needs. Over its 35-year history, Pega has delivered award-winning capabilities in CRM and digital process automation (DPA) powered by advanced artificial intelligence and robotic automation, to help the world’s leading brands achieve breakthrough business results.
About RESPOND: New England’s first domestic violence agency and the second oldest in the nation, RESPOND, Inc is a pioneer in the movement to end domestic violence. In 1974, four Somerville, Massachusetts women started a grassroots effort to support victims of domestic violence by opening their own homes as safe havens for women feeling abuse, and RESPOND was formed. For 45 years, RESPOND has provided life-saving shelter, support services, training and education to more than 100,000 members of the community. Services are free and confidential and available to all survivors of domestic abuse.