Causeway Connections Creates The Second Chance Program - Donates 10% Of Revenues To Charity

Causeway Connections believe that our expertise holds transformational potential. We believe in partnering with our clients to build a better world with technology being a material element. We also believe that technology on its own is not enough if not connected with communities that we live in and care about.

This is why we are proud to introduce the Causeway Connections Second Chance program. Causeway Connections will donate 10% of revenue from every contract to a charity of the customers choosing.  Causeway Connections is committed to helping others gain a second chance in life. This way we partner with visionary clients to build stronger communities fueled by technology and animated through human connection.

Founder, Principal and Chief Strategist, Vernon Turner has seen the power of being given a second chance in a variety of different ways in his life. Mr. Turner immigrated to the United States from Ireland in 1988. Despite a successful career in the U.K., Turner had often dreamed of working in the U.S. With the support and encouragement of several individuals, he was successfully able to restart his career. He knew this “second chance’ was gift to embrace.

In 2011, Turner had emergency six-artery bypass surgery, just barely staving off a massive heart attack. Turner firmly believes he was again given a ‘second chance’, and everyday looks at ways to honor that opportunity.

Finally, Turner was a part of a reduction in force at his most recent employer after being employed there for almost 19 years. The layoff, and believing that his work with the Internet of Things has not come to a conclusion propelled him to grab another ‘second’ chance, and encouraged him to start Causeway Connections.

Throughout Turner’s personal journey, he has always believed in finding ways to help others get their ‘second chance’.  Part of this support has come through fund raising for charities as part of his marathon runs. He has raised over $20,000 for the Boomer Esiason Foundation for Cystic Fibrosis, The Framingham High School Foundation, and Resiliency For Life (Framingham High School).