Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is simply a way for companies to take responsibility for the social and environmental impacts of their business operations. The STRATACACHE family has committed ourselves to drive CSR through philanthropy, volunteering and environmental efforts.

Green Gala

On behalf of the STRATACACHE family, John Rau and Bobby Bullen presented a check for $75,000 to Chive Charities. The donation will benefit many Chive grant recipients at the 7th Annual Green Gala, Saturday November 2nd in Austin, TX. 

“Our partnership with Chive Charities is much more than just a donation of money. We’ve joined forces with Chive Charities because of their mission to help the underdog and our desire to contribute to causes that serve the underdog. Partnering with chive Charities has not only gotten our company involved in these activities but has paved the way for us to further invest in and have an impact on our community.”


Making the world 10% happier by helping a girl in our own backyard.

STRATACACHE extended our support of Chive Charities by officially sponsoring a “Flash Campaign” in March. Through this campaign, we directly helped a 9-year-old girl from Sidney, OH, named Rozlyn, who is bravely fighting an extremely rare neurological disease.

Our company matched up to $25,000 in donations dollar-for-dollar to make sure that this campaign was a success. Thank you to everyone who chose to personally contribute to Rozlyn’s campaign — we were proud to see our #STRATACACHEfamily hashtag take over the comment section!

Giving Back

A Note From Our CEO

“I think you have to build an ethos within the company. In tech, we are going for the best and brightest minds. Just taking a paycheck for an 8-5 job doesn’t cut it anymore. If you are trying to get the best and the brightest and maintain, motivate and retain them, you have to show people that the company is more than just the day to day. Building a good CSR platform -becoming involved in communities, charities and things that are important, show that is more than just a job and it’s got be more of a what aligns with what people want to do with their lives.”