Giving Tuesday: How C2, Clients Give Back
With Giving Tuesday fast approaching, The C2 Group wanted to take some time to share how its team, as well as some client partners, are giving back to their communities. We encourage you to read more below and consider supporting one of these efforts with a charitable donation this holiday season.
The C2 Group: Boys and Girls Clubs of Grand Rapids
Each year, C2 selects a local non-profit organization for regular hands-on volunteering as well as pro bono digital consulting. For 2019, C2 is working with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Grand Rapids, which provides programs and services for local youths that promote good character, citizenship, and living a healthy lifestyle. In addition to serving food and playing games with Club members during its annual Thanksgiving event, C2 will be sponsoring, shopping, and wrapping gifts for three families this holiday season.
If you’re interested in volunteering, donating, or learning more about the Boys and Girls Clubs of Grand Rapids, click here.
ACCO Brands: City of Hope
For the 11th year in a row, ACCO Brands, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of branded academic, consumer, and business products, will direct its annual, employee-run campaign to support City of Hope, a National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer center. City of Hope focuses on providing outstanding care, conducting innovative research, and offering vital education programs focused on eliminating cancer, diabetes, and other serious illnesses. Over the duration of the program, ACCO Brands has offered an array of pink-branded office products and supplies including calendars, planners, and notebooks, donating more than $3.6 million to City of Hope.
To learn more about City of Hope and how you can make a donation, please click here.
CommScope: Habitat for Humanity — Twin Cities
With a natural intuition for building strong human connections, CommScope, a global leader in infrastructure solutions for communications networks, partners with Habitat for Humanity to provide affordable housing in healthy neighborhoods with access to jobs, transportation, and quality schools. Having several facilities across the country, CommScope spreads its efforts to these organizations at a more local level throughout the year. In September, CommScope’s Minnesota facility spent a weekend volunteering to help build the foundation for a home in partnership with Habitat for Humanity.
To learn more about Habitat for Humanity — Twin Cities, or to donate, click here.
Moody Bible Institute
Moody Bible Institute, a world-renowned, Christian ministry, seeks to provide resources to prepare, inspire, and support people across the globe to take the next step toward spiritual maturity. Each of its divisions, including education, radio, publishing, conferences, and Today in the Word, provide different ways of understanding the truth of God’s Word and applying it to life. With much of Moody’s work funded by the generosity of people who believe in its mission, Moody strives to enable others to learn, actively live out, and reciprocate the same opportunity to embrace God’s Word.
To learn more about Moody’s mission or to donate, click here.
NIBCO: Elkhart Salvation Army’s Adopt-A-Family
NIBCO, a leading manufacturer of valves, fittings and flow-control products, will direct its holiday philanthropic support towards the Elkhart County Salvation Army’s Adopt-A-Family program. The program seeks to provide members of the community with physical needs such as grocery, utility, and gift assistance. Multiple departments from NIBCO will adopt several families to shop for, wrap, and deliver gifts and Christmas dinners.
To learn more about donating to Elkhart Salvation Army’s Adopt-A-Family, visit here.