At VDart, one of our key goals is to be loved by the communities we live and work in. To that end, we partner with some great organizations to volunteer our time for corporate social responsibility initiatives.
Members of Team Atlanta pitched in to celebrate #InternationalLiterarcyDay this month by volunteering their time at Books For Africa! Volunteers spent a beautiful Saturday morning sorting, organizing and packing books to be shipped to students all across Africa. Books For Africa is a simple idea, but its impact is transformative. For Books for Africa literacy is quite simply the bridge from misery to hope. They believe that education is the great equalizer in the world, and books are at the foundation of a strong educational system. For many children in Africa, the gift of books truly is a gift of hope.
Trichy Marathon organized by CII (Confederation of Indian Industry), Yi and KMC is one of the Cities Annual Premium Event where thousands of runners from all walks of life participate promoting Organ Donation. This Year among the 10,000 who participated in the event VDart CSR-ians rocked with its 150+ strong contingent, not only supporting the cause but also highlighting their 10th Year Anniversary.
The Atlanta VDart team was honored to serve their local community through Meals By Grace on a Sunday afternoon. They engaged in teams preparing meals, packing pantry items, scheduling job assistance and providing life skill training. Meals By Grace works through the local school system focusing on supporting families in peril, it was a great way to celebrate International Youth Day!
Members of Team Trichy participated in their monthly initiative to beautify the neighborhoods surrounding their office. Volunteers collected and recycled trash and swept up after their neighbors.
Members of Team Atlanta spent a beautiful Saturday morning celebrating International Day of Friendship by partnering with Open Hand Atlanta to deliver meals to the elderly and homebound. Going door to door, volunteers not only brought food to those in need, but smiles to their neighbor’s faces!