Employees use DXC Technology 600 as opportunity to support charity


The DXC Technology 600 was about way more than just IndyCar racing. While the event showcased DXC Technology and our partnership with Team Penske, our employees showcased their commitment to caring for others.

A pre-race event was held at the DXC Plano office where employees got a chance to see the race car, meet the driver, and watch some DXC Labs technology in action. Employees were also able to help a very important Texas charity by purchasing a Track Walk shirt.

The shirt purchase allowed employees and their guests the opportunity to walk down onto the Texas Motor Speedway track prior to the race, providing them with  a whole new perspective on the world-class raceway. The proceeds from the shirt went to Speedway Children’s Charity, as did the proceeds of a 50/50 raffle held at the race.


Since 1982, the Speedway Children’s Charities has distributed more than $43 million in funding to non-profit organizations across the U.S. Their mission is to care for children in educational, financial, social and medical need in order to help them lead productive lives.

DXC is proud to bring visibility to the Texas chapter of Speedway Children’s Charities who raises money through events like this and has donated more than $10 million in funding to non-profit organizations in Collin, Dallas, Denton and Tarrant counties supporting children in need. Grants provided by the Speedway Children’s Charities Texas Chapter have supported a range of organizations and causes including Camp I Hope, pediatric cancer research, Ronald McDonald House, the Boys & Girls Club of America and other medical, educational, financial, and social beneficiaries.

Linda Laer headshotLinda Laer is a Content Marketing and Communications manager for DXC, focused on bringing new perspectives and thought leadership to DXC offering and industry families. Linda has previously served in multiple roles including product management, event marketing, and account management.

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