Corporate Partner Volunteer Profile: Glick Cares

With nearly 400 team members attending the company’s 2019 leadership conference in Indianapolis, the Gene B. Glick Company saw an opportunity to act. One of Glick’s core values is social responsibility and the company wanted...

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Employee Coordinator Volunteer Profile: Meet Jami Burdine

United Way’s employee coordinators (better known as EC’s) wear a couple of different hats – not only do they have day jobs that take up most of their time, they have a desire for helping...

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Employee Coordinators of the Month: Carrie Patterson and Jena Halcomb

Sometimes inspiring change isn’t a one-person job: that’s why we are highlighting the teamwork of two employee coordinators at Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance (IFBI), Carrie Patterson and Jena Halcomb!   Carrie is the communications and...

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Kits for Kids: OneAmerica Associates Turn Auditorium into an Assembly Line

  The annual OneAmerica® sales meeting brings their Employee Benefits division’s national field staff together to Indianapolis to share best practices and strategies as it grows its disability insurance and group life insurance business.  ...

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A Year of Work Accomplished in Just One Day

As Elaine Dillahunt walked around Hawthorne Community Center, she couldn’t believe her eyes. “I felt like we had won Extreme Makeover,” said Elaine, Hawthorne Community Center’s Executive Director. What would have taken her staff more...

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What Does 2,223 Hours of Volunteering Look Like?

What did you do the week of September 10-14? For hundreds of employees at OneAmerica, it was quite the week to remember. September 10th marked the kickoff of their fifth annual Week of Caring, which...

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Creating a Safe Haven for Children at Flanner House

The sounds of shovels striking dirt and brooms sweeping sidewalks ricochet through the air at Flanner House. The fresh, earthy smell of mulch greets your nose the second you step outside. For employees of Citizens...

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Beyond Typical Tracking: The Value of Measuring CSR Program Impact

Written by Nancy Ahlrichs Today, metrics are king: they drive planning, strategy, and often, investment. It is important to know what to measure in order to document Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program outcomes and impact.   Every glossy CSR report features photos of employees reading to students, picking...

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Jumping in to Support Education: Spirit United Winner Hachette Book Group

When Hachette Book Group opened its Central Indiana office in Lebanon in 1996, they had only 10 employees. Yet they knew those 10 employees could make impact in their community — so they began a...

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Strengthening Our Community: Spirit United Winner The National Bank of Indianapolis

“Greater Indianapolis is our home, and we believe in being able to contribute to our community,” says Morrie Maurer, President and CEO of The National Bank of Indianapolis. Yet the bank does much more than...

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