Community service and corporate responsibility are a part of business at Accuform.
Accuform employees have donated their time to upgrade both East Side and Spring Hill Elementary Schools.
At the start of the 2015-16 school year, Accuform and its employees gave back to their community in the style of an extreme school make-over by first adopting East Side Elementary.
Armed with supplies provided by Accuform, the employees swarmed upon the library. Adding graphics on doors, brick walls, and hallways. They added a reading area, computer monitor graphics and even turned conduit posts into wayfinding palm trees.
Working diligently, Accuform transformed the library into a colorful atmosphere where information and imagination come to life.
Once East Side Elementary School was transformed, Accuform employees couldn't wait to start the next Operation Upgrade at Spring Hill Elementary School.
Making sure kids in the Hernando area don't go hungry.
While the Accuform Angels are one of the biggest ways we give back to our community, we also collaborate with other organizations to help improve the lives of those less fortunate.
Accuform is proud to raise funds and donate volunteer hours as part of Operation HeartF.E.L.T.
Operation HeartF.E.L.T. (Feeding Empty Little Tummies) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide nutritious meals to students and their siblings on weekends, holidays, and extended school break periods.
Accuform donates $5,000 to The American Society of Safety Engineers.
With the launch of its One Million Safe Days Campaign, Accuform donated $5,000 to the ASSE (American Society of Safety Engineers). The money will be used to support the education of safety professionals and students of the industry. The One Million Safe Days Campaign heightens awareness of the importance of working safe. Once Accuform has reached its goal of one million safe days, it will donate another $5,000 to ASSE to invest further in safety research and development, scholarships, professional development, and safety awareness. By collaborating with the American Society of Safety Engineers, Accuform is helping to inspire more safe work days and a stronger culture of safety.
Accuform encourages employees to give the gift of life by hosting blood drives.
In early September, 44 Accuform employees saved 132 lives by generously donating blood to the LifeSouth Community Blood Center. Accuform hosted the organization's off-site blood drive. In providing an alternate location twice a year, Accuform helps encourage blood donations by making it more convenient for people to give. While Accuform advocates safe and healthy workplaces, accidents happen despite our best efforts. In just fifteen minutes, blood donors can help save several lives. One unit of blood can be used for multiple purposes such as supporting surgical and cancer patients. The blood drive at Accuform enabled employees to give to those in need.
Corporate volunteer programs benefit employees, companies, and communities.
The benefits of volunteerism are many. Not only do community organizations benefit from the donation of time, skills, and knowledge, but volunteers and corporations also gain from getting involved. Studies show that people who volunteer experience greater levels of physical and mental well-being. Employees who participate in a corporate volunteer programs express greater job satisfaction, attitude, and morale. A company that is involved in the community attracts recruits and has improved employee retention. Volunteering is a win-win-win activity.
Employees praise the philanthropic culture of Accuform
“I think it’s wonderful that Accuform is encouraging a 'Pay It Forward' culture and I would encourage anyone that can, to get involved with the various organizations in the program. I’m very proud of the work that has been done and the benefits are multi-fold. Foremost, you’re helping organizations that need your help and, additionally, meeting new people, learning new things, having new experiences, breaking the day-to-day routine, and getting paid for it! I find when I do volunteer work, it often helps me to “get out of my own head” and look at my own life a little differently and, hopefully, to grow as a person.”
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