Volunteers come to us from various sources. Some of our best partnerships are those we have formed with local faith communities, businesses, and civic organizations that share our desire to serve. They recognize how easy it is to coordinate teams, give a little time every week or two, and brighten the lives of others in the process.
91% of us spend 30 hours or more a week with colleagues. Yet, we often know little about them outside of their role at the company. An employee volunteer commitment is a great way for co-workers to engage with one another.
Consumers will associate your organization with the good work you do.
75% of millennials reported they would take a pay cut to work for a socially responsible company.
Volunteering can be both a powerful and fulfilling experience. Helping others can actually make us happy!
Coordinate a route for your Business or Civic Organization.
Every opportunity to serve, outside of corporate worship, strengthens the family bonds.
This is an opportunity for families to serve, for children to help, for members of all ages to come together on a regular basis
There may even be a route available in your church neighborhood!
Coordinate a route for your Church or Faith Community.