FREDERICKSBURG, VA, May 22, 2022 – Catapult Consultants is proud to support Fight for Children Honors held May 19, 2022, at The Anthem in Washington, D.C.
F4C Honors is an annual fundraising event supporting the DC non-profit, Fight for Children. The organization was founded 30 years ago and serves underserved youth in the DMV community by harnessing the collective power of youth sports for social good. Since its inception, Fight for Children has raised more than $70 million in support of DC’s youngest residents.
“We are honored to attend and support Fight for Children’s mission,” said Catapult COO Marjorie Osmer. “As a small business in the DMV, it is crucial for us to partner with other businesses and non-profits that are providing critical services to the local community.”
To learn more about Fight for Children, please visit www.fightforchildren.org.
About Catapult Consultants
Founded in 2001, Catapult Consultants today sits at the convergence of cyber threat and data analytics services. Our mission is to secure the nation by improving the security of every U.S. citizen and protecting the integrity of government systems and institutions. Our team is made up of technical experts with proven backgrounds in providing exemplary services to the Federal Government. We are dedicated to improve and protect the integrity of government systems and institutions. For more information, visit www.catapultconsultants.com.
About Fight for Children
Fight For Children (FFC) was founded in 1990 by the late Joseph E. Robert Jr. to improve the lives of children in the nation’s capital. FFC has impacted the lives of more than 400,000 children through improvements in healthcare, education and policy. FFC’s mission is to help individuals, organizations, and communities leverage the power of sports to improve the lives of underserved youth. FFC achieves this through the Fight For Children Youth Development Institute, the region’s first and only sports-based youth development collaborative, and the Fight For Children Sports Medicine Center at Children’s National, the region’s first and only pediatric sports medicine facility. For more information visit www.fightforchildren.org.
Emily Gauldfeldt, Marketing Director