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Get Your Employees Hands On!

I had the pleasure of meeting two wonderful women (Patty Neuswanger & Rachel Orlowski) representing HandsOn Suburban Chicago’s Business to Community Initiative-Get Your Employees Hands On!

Looking for a great way to develop or expand your business’ community initiative, but don’t have the time or connections?

HandsOn Suburban Chicago (HOSC) is a nonprofit volunteer center devoted to inspiring, equipping and mobilizing people to take action in their communities. Our  Business to Community program works with companies and businesses to strategically coordinate volunteer opportunities for their employees.

 HOSC is the ideal resource for businesses  who are  interested in planning a one time employee volunteer project or looking to develop an ongoing employee volunteer program. By partnering with over 180 nonprofits in the Northwest Suburban Chicago region and beyond, they assist in matching companies to nonprofits whose missions align with the company’s interests and to volunteer projects that truly make an impact in the community and provide meaningful experiences to employees.

 Individuals or groups can visit our volunteer opportunity portal at hoc.volunteerinfo.net or speak to one of our passionate staff about coordinating a more customized volunteer project. For more information about HandsOn Suburban Chicago’s corporate programs, please visit volunteerinfo.net or contact Corporate and Community Coordinator, Rachel Orlowski, at rachel.orlowski@volunteerinfo.net or 847-228-1320.

I honestly cannot think of a greater resource when you are aiming to direct your employees charitable energy towards a particular core value or sentiment! Give Rachel a call and she will be sure to take your intiative to the right audience. Be it a one time event or an ongoing charitable exchange your employees are sure to be pleased to get involved and your organization will feel even better for giving back to the community!

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