Each April, we encourage our employees to “spring into the community” as volunteers. This year, we’re focusing on eco-friendly projects, though we support many kinds of volunteer work. We’re hoping to continue the strong efforts we’ve seen around the country recently. For example, our Northwest region led work resulting in the donation of $116,000 to the Infinite Hero Foundation, a nonprofit that provides disabled veterans access to innovative rehabilitation programs. Meanwhile, in the East, our Columbia, SC branch raised over $14,000 to benefit Camp Kemo, sponsored by the Children’s Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders of Palmetto Health Richland. The weeklong camp brings together young people with cancer, their siblings and their healthcare providers to swim, boat, hike and simply be children. We match donations and provide up to 16 hours paid volunteer time each year. We’ve created a new website with information about our Guild Giving program.
Next Level Guild Giving