In this industry, you need to have heart, and we firmly believe you have to give some too. It's the very sentiment that defines how we approach our jobs, and how we interact with our clients and employees.

In an effort to give back to our community, Beth Jarvis CTS, President of The Unicorn Group of North Carolina spearheaded the launch of the Jimmy V Celebrity Junior Golf Classic in 2001 and served as the Tournament Director until stepping down from her post in 2006.

In 2007 The Jarvis Family founded Spare Some for Autism, a 501c3 organization. After Cameron Jarvis, one of Beth's twin daughters was found to be autistic at the age of 3, the family learned first hand the need for more Austism funding, and education in the Triangle community. In an effort to improve the quality of life for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, the organization raises and dedicates funding to programs that will directly impact the individuals that are affected by ASD and allow them to achieve their highest level of independence within their home, school and community, all while gaining respect and support from themselves. Beth and Christina Jarvis currently serve on the Board of Directors along with other Business Leaders in the Triangle and are extremely active in the day to day operations of the foundation.

Other past community involvement includes various sponsorship and commitments to:

-Raleigh Chamber of Commerce


-Muscular Dystrophy

-Juvenile Diabetes

-Kids N' Community Foundation

-V Foundation

-Wake County Public School System

-Garner Chamber of Commerce

-Wake Forest Chamber of Commerce

**and many more