Although CCG has a history of service to organizations ranging from the Arthritis Foundation, to Junior Achievement to E3 Partners and faith-based boards of directors, the new initiative will engage with an even larger group of organizations.
Partner Brian Davidson explains.
“We realized that it’s not enough simply to encourage our employees to serve organizations they are passionate about. We needed to give them the time to actually fulfill the responsibilities that come with every community service opportunity. We believe this will give them the liberty to take on a leadership role within the organization during the normal work week.”
The firm will also financially support a limited number of fundraising events each year, based on the merit and personal commitment of the organization and CCG employee involvement.