News from Assistance League of Indianapolis
.Assistance League of Indianapolis was honored to accept a grant award in the amount of $10,000 from The Indianapolis Rotary Foundation to help support Operation School Bell.
Rotary of Indianapolis has been a longtime supporter of Assistance League and we look forward to continuing our community relationship.
Lena Kolesnikova and Nate Wooten of Hunt Construction Group An AECOM
Company (Hunt) presented a $9,884 check from the Brees Dream Foundation to Kathy Kerr Wylam and Cindee Potterack, Assistance League® of Indianapolis members. The contribution was made through the participation of Hunt in the Corporate Partner Program and the Super Service Challenge.
The Corporate Partner Program is an extension of the Super Service Challenge
(SSC) that is solely focused on seeing business transformed through service.
Through the program, companies engage with the SSC in a unique way to more
fully impact their employees and community, while receiving a matching
donation for the nonprofits they serve.
Every participant is provided, free of charge, the resources to run and
promote the SSC within their company, including marketing materials, and a
dedicated resource for the planning, execution, and reporting of the
Challenge. Companies are encouraged to allocate funding for causes their
employees care about and to empower employees to come together as a team and
serve the nonprofits that are important to them. The Super Service
Challenge, founded in 2011, is a nationwide movement to transform business
through service. Driven by the idea that a company grows stronger when
employees join together to serve causes they care about, the Challenge
promotes service in the workplace by encouraging companies to donate their
time, share stories of service, and win funding for nonprofits in their
We at Assistance League of Indianapolis, greatly appreciate the
support of Hunt. Hunt has contributed nearly $150,000 to support our
philanthropic programs. The partnership between Hunt and Assistance League
is a relationship of mutual respect with shared goals. It is wonderful
example of how a large a company and a nonprofit organization can partner in
their efforts to help economically and socially disadvantaged of our community.
The yearly Hunt Construction Group, Inc. 7th Annual Charity Golf Outing to
benefit Assistance League, will take place on Thursday, September 8, 2016.
Please click here for an event brochure.
Assistance League of Indianapolis