Following through on a corporate goal, Heritage donated funds to almost 100 separate charities during our Fiscal Year ending May 31, 2017. The donations ranged in size from $500 to $20,000 depending upon the scope of need and size of the organization.
In addition, at each of our corporate functions, we added a fun event that allowed employees to personally donate as well. Some of those events included buying clues during an escape room outing, singing karaoke, mock casino games, and more. For these activities, the organization selected three nationwide charities to support financially and through volunteering activities: Feeding America , Habitat for Humanity, and Ronald McDonald House Charities.
Additionally our employee sustainabilty / green team (Green Eyed Ps) sponsored many other community projects throughout the year. For example, we organized Relay for Life Teams to support the American Cancer Society at three of our largest locations. The GEPs also encourage their fellow employees to bring reuse and recycling items to work to donate / support organizations like Cell Phones for Soliders, Lions Club Eyeglasses and many more! Follow us on Facebook and YouTube to see details as each community project occurs.
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