Execu|Search Offices Team Up To Help Local Charities

September 23, 2019 Edward

Execu|Search

Food for thought: helping those in need goes a long way. The Execu|Search Group decided to put this to the test last week when four of our offices took part in giving back to their communities.

 

 

Focusing on helping their respective neighborhoods, each office teamed up with local charities and shelters to help provide food for those in need.

  • The New York City office put together 70 lunches for the Neighborhood Coalition for Shelter. Those lunches will be passed out throughout the week to their patients suffering from mental illness and drug addiction.
  • Our New Jersey teams, located in Bridgewater and Parsippany, made and decorated 100 bagged lunches for two different homeless shelters near their offices.
  • The Boca Raton office teamed up with Boca Helping Hands, and together they were able to donate 50 sandwiches and put together 44 lunch bags.

“The Execu|Search Group is always interested in giving back to the community,” says Charlotte Milford, an HR Operations Analyst at The Execu|Search Group, and an organizer of the event. “We’ve started an initiative to work with a different charity on a quarterly basis. This is our first and it will certainly not be our last.”

With the success of this event, the company looks forward to doing what they can, when they can. To learn more and/or contribute to this amazing cause, check out Hashtag Lunchbag.

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