Brief Description: More than 60 ConnectOne bank employees took part in the bank’s annual “Community Connections” charity event, organized by Caring Capital.
More than 100 employees in four NY and NJ-based companies decorated and stuffed Backpack Gift Bundles recently for 60 displaced immigrant children separated from their parents at the USMexico border.
FLORHAM PARK – Colorful design patterns, shaped like plants and animals, were scattered along tables in a room at Nestlé Infant Nutrition, the headquarters of Gerber, for a day of service on Thursday, Aug. 10.
WHIPPANY — In a hands-on service project, 35 employees of specialty chemical company Vertellus built, assembled and decorated custom hand-carved “toy boxes” for eight girls age 8-12 served by Children’s Aid and Family Services.
Employees of a commercial real estate firm spent Valentine’s Day morning giving back to their community, building bookcases and shelves at a home for senior women.
When the recession hit in 2008, Susie Schub saw how her Morris County community was struggling. The Morristown resident watched as more and more people lost their jobs and began reaching out for help from local groups.
Caring Capital ran more than 70 events in 2014, as more companies have started to pay attention to the interest in social responsibility among the notoriously hard-to-retain millennials. With that in mind, Caring Capital has had a part in helping retain roughly 25,000 employees nationwide. That’s the number of workers who have participated in the charitable team-building activities Caring Capital has organized since its 2009 founding.
Partnership with Caring Capital gives AJO executive coaches success-driven tool kits to help champion philanthropic team-building with their own corporate clients.
CASA volunteers give their time, energy and passion to bring a better tomorrows to vulnerable children
Annual holiday party project supports literacy among at-risk children
Macrosoft families gather to benefit Reach Out and Read
Associates from around the world participate in the Company’s leadership program
Management Team builds children’s picnic tables for future Morris Habitat for Humanity homeowners
We are excited to announce that our new logo recently won an award of excellence
Volunteers make chairs for Head Start
Corporate philanthropy projects enjoy boom amid economy’s tepid recovery
Morris Twp. company makes gifts to help veterans re-enter work force
Volunteers’ Valentine’s Day gifts go to Morris agencies’ clients, patients
Sanofi-aventis brings art to Agape House
Parsippany company’s employees build benches, help needy
by Megan Anderle
Volunteers help Dover kids make music boxes
Child care groups bring compassion to the table
by Minhaj Hassan
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Artists, bank associates turning affordable housing into homes
by Dawn Benko
Morristown hospital staff hope benches will brighten garden
by Karen Mancinelli
LOCAL HERO: Schub’s passion is the arts
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