FirstService Residential: Supporting Deserving Families Through Annual LifeNet4Families Food Drive Donation

We donate to LifeNet4Families every year around Thanksgiving to help those who need it the most. We collect non-perishables or any dollar amount. We will be collecting non-perishables or money donations from  November 1st until the 15th. Please contact Diana Sanchez if you have any questions.

Paul Davis: Joining Together to Support Local Food Pantries through a CANstruction Charity Drive

A friendly contest to build a Can Structure to benefit local food pantries. Once complete, the local offices will submit photos and compete for likes on Facebook page. The photo with the most “likes” and the structure with most cans used each win an office party reimbursed up to $500! This is a great Paul Davis can ban together and support our local communities!

FirstService Residential: Help End Child Poverty by Supporting Red Nose Day

On Thursday, May 24, FirstService Residential will join millions around the world for Red Nose Day.

Launched on Christmas Day in 1985, Comic Relief, the charity behind Red Nose Day, used the power of comedy to start a movement. Since then, millions of red-nose wearing supporters have raised more than $1 billion dollars to end child poverty, one nose at a time.

We are proud to be among that group this year. Which is where you (and your nose) come in!

FirstService Residential will be selling red noses in our New Jersey office from now until May 24 to raise funds for this important cause. Associates are invited to purchase a nose for $1. If you can give more, even better! All proceeds will be donated to the Red Nose Day Fund, which provides meals, safe places to live, essential medical services and life-saving vaccines and treatments for children in need.

FirstService Residential: Help Spread Holiday Cheer with Las Vegas and Reno Project Angel Tree

This great American tradition has been providing children in need with Christmas smiles for many years.  Spread the real spirit of the holidays throughout your organization!

We will make sure you’re all set up with Angel Tags that include a child’s gender, age range and toy suggestion to place in your lobby or office Christmas tree. Employees and customers take a tag, buy a gift and return to collection box that we provide.

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College Pro: Partnering with Lend A Hand Bahamas to Teach Job Skills to Nassau Residents

During the first week of April, College Pro is embarking on our April Conference onboard the Enchanment of the Seas with Royal Caribbean! Our first stop is in Nassau Bahamas, where we have found an amazing opportunity to partner with Lend a Hand Bahamas and share what we know with those who are eager to learn! The mission of Lend A Hand Bahamas is to bring more activities and opportunities to socio-economically disadvantaged areas of the Bahamas through hands-on 4H based programming and enhanced collaboration with local, national, and global nonprofits, corporations, foundations and individuals. We’ll be sitting down with a group of adults and young adults to teach them a few basic skill sets they can use to start their own businesses! This organization helps those of all ages in the community and provides so much support. Please visiting the website to  learn how you can support their important mission.  

FirstService Residential: Lending a Hand to Feed My Starving Children

FirstService Residential: Arizona Annual Meeting Service Project to Support Helping Hands Mission

Helping Hands Mission: To support foster and indigent families at times of crisis or need by providing to them basic essentials such as bedding, clothes, personal effects, holiday and special occasion toys, school supplies and emergency assistance. Service Project FirstService Residential employees to assemble bookmarkers, 1 for each book donated, at the annual meeting will be on March 8, 2019. All associates are welcome to come and donate some of your time to make these bookmarks.

FirstService Residential: Donating food and toys for needy families

Associates at FirstService Residential in Vancouver made a difference for needy families by collecting food, toys and cash for deserving families.
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Super Restoration: Helping prepare 124,416 meals for those in need

Super Restoration helped assemble a team of 650 volunteers who spent a weekend preparing an astounding 124,416 meals for hungry children around the world during a recent mobile pack event for Feed My Starving Children. This was the company’s third year participating in this worthwhile event.
 “This was my first year being a part of a Feed My Starving Children event. I took on the role as the event coordinator and began working on this project back in August 2018,” said Jamie O’Camb, executive assistant to Rene Vargas (CEO). “After all the hard work was done and everything was ready to go, I couldn’t believe the event day was finally here. That morning, I made my way to the back to see all the people packing the meals. It truly brought tears to my eyes to see such genuine people and families, taking time out of their weekend to pack meals for starving children. This was something that made a huge impact on me and I will continue to support this cause for a very long time.”
In addition to packing meals, the team also helped raise $30,000 for this worthy cause.

Feed My Starving Children Event Supervisor Louis Hintz acknowledged the team’s hard work by saying, “Thank you so much for an amazing event. Thank you all for having a heart for the precious kids that we feed day in and day out. We had a great time working with you all this weekend and appreciate all the hard work you put into this event! The core team, volunteers and everyone else were all incredible. Thanks again!”

 

TLS: Join us and donate socks to help homeless through February 15

TLS has taken the 519 Pairs of Socks Pledge and we are on our journey to collect them. 519 Pursuit is a non-profit organization designed to bridge the gap between a working society and those working through homelessness. Through collection of sock donations, we will be able to keep a support system throughout the winter months. Although it is not often thought about, socks are one of the most commonly asked-for items in shelters and other working services. Due to the harsh environment that a London winter can bring and the inability to store personal items; some of our friends can be found wearing the same damp pair of socks for days with no dry space to air out their feet or let their socks dry. When our friends wear black or other socks with dye, the damp material leaves black stains on their feet. We ask you consider white socks, however we are welcome to all donated. The goal of 519 Pursuit is to inspire a mass affect within the city of London to come together as a community, and create a better working support system. Through friendship and conversation, our outreach team takes to the streets year round to provide necessary means of warmth and comfort to get through the night. Our outreach team is volunteer based and designed as a friend-helping-friend system. Our volunteers are encouraged to take part in conversation and build rapport. Through trust and consistency, volunteers aspire to share information of already working local services and work to see an increase of use. Please help us to achieve this goal by bringing or sending white socks to TLS by February 15, 2019.

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