Community Service

At Epsilon Systems, we believe that we can only be successful as a company when the communities in which we live and work thrive. By giving back a percentage of our profits (and more importantly, our time) we have made a positive impact on the community.

In addition, we provide up to one week of time off to our employees so they are able to volunteer their time for important community services. After all, what is more valuable than the time to lend a helping hand?


Wounded Warrior Tennis Camp

Steve Kappes, a Director for KAB Laboratories, Inc., an Epsilon Systems Company, and his volunteer tennis colleagues held their 4th annual National Wounded Warrior Tennis Camp this year on May 19-22, 2015 at the Balboa Tennis Club in San Diego. This is the culmination of thousands of hours of work since November, during which time over $70,000 was raised to cover all the participants’ costs (airfare, lodging, meals, local transportation, tennis equipment, social events and more). Sixty wounded, ill, and injured service members and veterans from 23 states and Puerto Rico attended.

I Love a Clean San Diego

On Saturday, April 25, 2015 volunteers from Epsilon and KAB Laboratories spent the morning giving back to the community by beautifying beaches in the local community of Ocean Beach. Our volunteers removed litter in the Ocean Beach Pier – Veteran’s Plaza area to help restore and keep the beach beautiful for the community…the Epsilon way!

ESSential Foundation

A non-profit foundation that enables "giving back" corporate profits to the community.

Kit's Miracle Mile

An annual 5K run and other events with proceeds going to support the ongoing efforts of 3 non-profit organizations whose mission is to make life easier for survivors with brain injury and their families: Brain Injury Services, National Rehabilitation and Rediscovery Foundation, and the Northern Virginia Brain Injury Association.

Wounded Warriors

Provides programs and services to severely injured service members during the time between active duty and transition to civilian life.

Six House, Inc.

A non-profit faith based community outreach organization that offers programs and services for youth and adults in several areas, with an emphasis on education programs.

American Heart Association Heart Walk

A 5K fitness walk that brings together companies to fight heart disease and stroke.