Cornsilk Receives International Trade Council's Certificate of Appreciation
Native American, woman-owned corporation recognized for support to the International Trade Council.
By: Cornsilk Company
The certificate of appreciation was awarded to Cornsilk for support with the activities of the International Trade Council. Owing to the support of Cornsilk Company, in 2019 the Council was able to fund 6 overseas trade missions and 157 conferences;
The support of Cornsilk Company also enabled the Council to fund several charitable programs, including 49 business skills development outreach programs, 13 buy-bust operations to rescue illegally traded wildlife, 15 medical missions and 12 dental missions, 3 regular street-children feeding and educational programs, and development of the world's first and only long-tailed macaque rescue center.
"We are proud to be recognized by the International Trade Council," said Janice Patton, CEO and Founder of Cornsilk Company. "Our mission is to help great organizations so they can touch more lives. Through quality and commitment, I expect even greater success in 2020."
Cornsilk is a fund accounting consulting and support company helping nonprofits, tribes and both national and international governments sort through complex software and technology decisions by providing quality services and products either directly or through our wide network of associated firms. We believe in providing the unmatched service to help companies make the best possible technology choice. To learn more, visit http://cornsilkco.com/