Alboum has partnered with our school district in providing stellar translations for a community that is rich in diversity. Their outstanding responsiveness and customer service is second to none!

— Round Lake (IL) School District

Founded in 2001, Alboum Translation Services is an established, woman-owned and operated language services company.

We pride ourselves on the quality, speed and affordability of our work. We have a team of more than 250 American Translators Association– (or local equivalent) certified translators and interpreters. While this number may seem small compared to the big agencies, we can personally vouch for each and every translator. No big numbers just to make our bench seem deeper. The fact is, we deliver each and every time our clients call.

Our translators are well versed in the concerns facing the nonprofit organizations we support. Our translators are specialists in both the languages they speak and subject matters with which they work.

On the very rare occasion when our clients have a language or dialect requirement that we don’t support, we turn to our vetted partners around the world to fill the need. We have relationships with local agencies in sub-Saharan Africa, Asia, and Oceania/Micronesia. The only language request that we haven’t been able to deliver on is Klingon. And, yes, it was a legitimate request.

our clients – making a difference

A Global Approach to Tobacco Control

Strong tobacco control laws have led to reductions in smoking prevalence but much remains to be done. To this end, the American Cancer Society and World Lung Foundation (both Alboum clients independently as well) came together to publish The Tobacco Atlas, a compendium of the most up-to-date information on tobacco and tobacco control available in a highly Continue Reading..

Gentling the Journey of Hospice Care

According to the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, more than 40 percent of those who die in the United States are cared for by a hospice at the time of death. While more patients and families are realizing the benefits of hospice and opting for this end-of-life care, many lack sufficient knowledge of the services available or Continue Reading..

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