Newport News, VA – On December 18, 2010 Spectrum hosted its last holiday party for the 2010 year. Holiday parties were held at all major locations throughout the country. Each location was encouraged to support a local charity or the Spectrum Foundation through silent auctions, raffle sales, toy donations, or other contributions. By the end of the holiday season, Spectrum and Spectrum employees supported Toys 4 Tots, Show-Me Christian Youth Home, and the Spectrum Foundation, to name a few.

During the various holiday celebrations it was announced that for the 2011 year, the Spectrum Foundation Primary Beneficiary is the Wounded Warrior Project and their affiliated projects. Spectrum is eager to work with the Wounded Warrior Project and support a great organization that makes a difference in the lives of our wounded service members.

Jeff Wassmer, President and CEO of Spectrum stated, “Due to our line of work, when we established the Spectrum Foundation we knew that half of our earnings should go to support a veteran-related organization. This year we chose the Wounded Warrior Project because of their passion and dedication to our veterans.” He continues, “The Wounded Warriors Project strives to impact the lives of our injured service members in positive and unique ways.

Spectrum is a veteran-owned small business that serves the Department of Defense and federal agencies. The company specializes in providing the National and DoD intelligence community with innovative, realistic and affordable solutions in technology. Spectrum also provides full system support from assessment to certification and takes great pride in exceeding client expectations.