At Intouch, we are incredibly proud of the amazing businesses that we get to call our clients. Early on in the pandemic, we wanted to do our part to share some good news. That is why we started to share #ExperiencesThatMatter.
Our clients and partners continue to astound us with their commitment to their employees and communities. We’ve rounded up some recent highlights to showcase their stories.
And don’t forget! We want to hear from you. If you have a story you’d like to share, please let us know at email@example.com.
Papa Murphy's Pizza partnered with No Kid Hungry to help feed kids during school closures. From April 20 to May 20 a portion of the proceeds from online sales of their Cheese or Pepperoni Mini Murph Make ’n’ Bake Pizza Kits went towards providing emergency grants to help schools and community groups feed kids during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
High’s Stores donated 1,000 care packages to local hospitals as well as extended their “Free Coffee for First Responders” program to all medical professionals in uniform as a token of appreciation for their incredible support during the pandemic.
Greenrock Resident Services
Greenrock Resident Services pledged $1.5 million towards their COVID-19 relief fund to aid residents and community members who have been impacted by the pandemic. $600,000 dollars went towards grocery gift cards for their residents in order to help with household expenses during these trying time. Along with input from their residents, Greenrock has identified non-profit organizations around their community that will receiving the remaining $900,000.
Parker's have launched an amazing program called "We Care Call". If any of their staff members are sick or at home in self-quarantine, for any reason, their human resources department will conduct regular calls to check-in, offer support and see if there is anything they need.
Deerfoot City has been working hard on initiatives keep their community vibrant and positive. Highlighting some of their frontline workers on social media, providing essential service workers with meals and snacks as well as free coffee and donut coupons on customers' windshields.
Midwest Property Management
As a thank you for complying with social distancing guidelines, and for all of the daily acts of kindness observed around the community, Midwest Property Management gave each of their residents a gift card to a neighbourhood business to help with the purchase of food, coffee, and essential goods.
It is especially important to work together during times of crisis. We continue to be inspired by businesses that are adapting to serve and support their customers and communities.
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