Engage2Excel is proud to recognize and support many local charities and national organizations. The company is also proud of its employees who volunteer their time in the community and coordinate in office events to help raise funds for those in need. From the American Red Cross and United Way to the ASPCA and many local animal shelters, food pantries and women’s shelters, we strive to build a culture of giving back throughout our organization.
Below are just some of the philanthropic endeavors we are involved in!
THANK COVID RESPONDERS
Say thanks to the people on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis
While our nation shelters in place, millions of essential personnel put themselves at risk every day to help care for, feed, protect, connect and sustain society.
Express your gratitude to the front-line responders of the COVID-19 crisis. This includes people in healthcare, the food industry, public safety, transportation and logistics, critical infrastructure, government and the non-profit sector.
Visit our Facebook.com/ThankCOVIDResponders page and post a photo, a video or just a heartfelt message of thanks.
Bringing awareness and recognition to cat adoption
Engage2Excel’s KITTY CORRAL began in 2018 to bring awareness & recognition to cat adoption. Since we are in the human capital management field and often hear that “HR is like herding cats,” our initiative is very fitting! Kitty Corral has become a welcomed addition to the HR events we attend, drawing thousands of cat lovers (and dog lovers, too!) for a hug, snuggle or squeeze from a sweet feline. The local organization we partner with receives the well-deserved awareness they need, along with a generous donation to their great cause! Check out recent Kitty Corral sponsors here.
Helping our community thank the first responders who keep them safe
Every day, first responders work under stressful and often dangerous conditions to keep our communities safe. Thank Responders is a community service website developed by Engage2Excel.
The Thank Responders site makes it easier for citizens to say thank you to the first responders who help keep their community safe. Using a computer or smartphone, anyone can express their thanks through a simple 3-step process. Visit ThankResponders.com