Burns’ Family Supermarkets to Present $10,000 Check to American Red Cross
Donations Collected During 7th Annual Red Cross Month Fundraiser
Nine local Fresh Grocer and ShopRite supermarkets, owned and operated by the Burns family, raised $10,000 for the American Red Cross during their seventh annual fundraiser held in March in honor of National Red Cross Month. The month-long fundraiser was supported by both corporate and customer donations. All proceeds will help the Red Cross deliver on its mission of preventing and alleviating human suffering in the face of emergencies.
Swift Systems’ primary mission is to become our clients’ trusted advisor by delivering best of breed technology solutions that increase organizational productivity and scalability, lower operational costs, and evolve in their ever-changing business climate. Swift Systems’ primary philosophy is rooted in our approach to all those with whom we do business. We view our clients as strategic and professional partners and aim to foster long-term, fulfilling relationships. Each Swift Systems client is delivered a custom set of resources that is designed to employ the IT expertise that our company has accumulated from its long-standing presence as an IT solutions and services provider. These partnerships are formed by Swift Systems’ detailed understanding of our clients’ individual goals and operating environments.
Swift Systems’ three core values are what drive our professional and client-oriented business philosophies:
- Provide the best customer service and support in the industry.
- Commit to a long-term partnership with our clients.
- Employ a personal consultative approach with leading, cutting-edge solutions.
JKLM Energy uses their Economy Big Check 18×36 grants funds to support Coudersport Youth Wrestling
18×36 Big Check Dry Erase
“In 2019, my team and I set a goal to give back to our local community, so we are participating in State Farm’s Quotes For Good campaign. Each month we select a different non-profit organization and via Social Media, word of mouth, networking relationships, etc. we spread the word that for every quote our office completes in that month, we will donate up to $10 for every household we quote. The more we quote, the more we donate. It’s that simple, no purchase necessary.”
“In February, we selected the Community Food Pantry of Murrieta. In March our campaign is focused towards Animal Friends of the Valleys. Each month in 2019 is designated to a different local non-profit. It feels great to educate people on how insurance can protect them and their loved ones, all while giving back to local organizations.”http://www.blackwellsinsurance.com
ImageFirst using their 18×36 Big Check
“Friday, 1/25/2019 we presented a big check to Hospice in Winston-Salem, NC at our ImageFIRST day where we celebrate our associates and the hard work they have done the prior year. It’s in honor for ImageFIRST to be able to give back to the community.”
“As part of the #PraxisGivesBack initiative, Praxis has selected The StewPot as the recipient of the $5000 grant. With this check donation, The StewPot will be able to provide 320 people with one-on-one casework assistance which is essential to get the support and documentation vital to overcoming homelessness.”
”The ALGSA presented Dr. Duc Dong with a 2018 ALGS Champion award as well as a check for $11,745 to his lab at SBP. Duc is leading the way with incredible research, working toward better treatments and a cure for ALGS!”
Clayton Homes uses their 18″ x 36″ Dry Erase Check for a donation to the Food Bank of Northern Indiana.
”A couple of us college folks decided to start a company and donate parts of our profits to bees. The check was our first donation to our university’s beekeepers club. The bees are dying at an alarming rate and we hoped this check would help fix such an important environmental issue.”
National Corn Growers Association (NCGA) award recipients holding their 18″ x 36″ Roll Up Checks from the Consider Corn Challenge.