December 28. 2017 | Corporate Social Responsibility
As part of our annual volunteer and giving plan for 2017 we set a goal to become a leading corporate partner within our local community. The Globeville / Elyria-Swansea neighborhood in Denver, Colorado has been BAND-IT's home since the mid 1940’s. To help us achieve our goal, we approached Mile High United Way with a unique request: help us help the neighborhood we call home.
December 23. 2017 | Corporate Social Responsibility
Volunteers helped the staff deliver presents to students and their children at the Florence Crittenton High School.
December 22. 2017 | Corporate Social Responsibility
BAND-IT employees held a bake sale to raise money for the Ronald McDonald House and volunteers served dinner to families staying at the Ronald McDonald House.
December 01. 2017 | Corporate Social Responsibility
Over 134,000 meals per day are distributed to Colorado and Wyoming residents via the Food Bank of the Rockies! Our volunteer team came to help with administrative filing – sorting files with intense efficiency and helping the Food Bank achieve over 6 hours of filing in just 3 hours!
November 01. 2017 | Corporate Social Responsibility
BAND-IT volunteers painted, put up frosted glass window film, and cleaned up the front lawn at The Bridge Project. The Bridge Project is a community outreach initiative that helps youth in Denver's public housing neighborhoods graduate high school and go on to attend college or choose a vocation by engaging them in educational opportunities and facilitating the development of life skills and selfsufficiency.
October 31. 2017 | Corporate Social Responsibility
BAND-IT volunteers prepared and served a venerable feast to families staying at the Ronald McDonald House. Honey Ham, baked chicken, corn casserole mash potatoes, salad, rolls and a variety of desserts was prepared and served to families staying at the Ronald McDonald House.
September 30. 2017 | Corporate Social Responsibility
BAND-IT teamed up with over 850 Denver volunteers to help individuals and families who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of experiencing homelessness access vital services. Employment help, medical services, housing resources, clothing, dental care, legal services and much more were available to the over 1,300 attendees at this one-day event. Project Homeless Connect is part of Denver’s Road Home Initiative program aimed at reducing homelessness.
September 29. 2017 | Corporate Social Responsibility
Houston resident and BAND-IT Sales Manager, Jake Lilley, teamed up with local Houston BBQ pit masters to help feed Hurricane Harvey first responders and victims. The BBQ team cooked around the clock, raised over $30,000 to help fund meals, and fed over 15,000 people! The team was featured on a local news channel. Donations to fund BBQ meals on a national scale in disaster stricken areas can be made to OPERATION BBQ RELIEF.
September 12. 2017 | Press Releases
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