Our company’s commitment to the community is core to who we are. Having a service culture attracts servant-hearted people to our company, who take great care of our customers.
The Service Wall
Our customers invest in us and we invest in the community. Every employee is given paid time off dedicated to serve – any way they want. After serving, each employee signs a “brick” for our Service Wall. This brick wall shows the number of days we devote to community service and the variety of projects we do. We have cross-departmental participation which helps us work more cohesively as a team. In the end, we’re all working together to better serve customers.
2018 COMPANY-WIDE SERVICE DAY
One of the favorite service opportunities is at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA), a leading pediatric hospital in Atlanta. Volunteers dress up as superheroes and do arts and crafts with the children.
MUST Ministries’ Summer Lunch program provides lunches for children in need in the summer. Employees make sandwiches in the office while their children decorate the bags.
Easterseals provides services to people and families challenged by disability. Our group of volunteers coordinated and managed a fun-filled carnival, game day and lunch for the deserving staff.
enAble of Georgia provides a nurturing home and quality support services for adult children with developmental disabilities. Our employees spend time working on home improvements.
HomeStretch guides homeless families toward permanent housing and lasting stability. Our employees spend their time performing jobs such as landscaping and home improvements.
The WSB Care-a-Thon raises money for children’s cancer research, fellowship, and family support at the Aflac Cancer Center. Our crew volunteered to answer phones and take donations.
Every internal department competes to see who can collect the most food for those in need. In the most recent food drive, employees donated 9,500 lbs of food to two local food pantries.