Community Service Reaps Rewards
NEFF’s Community Service Program enables our full-time employees to participate in paid volunteer time with a nonprofit charitable organization. One of our veteran Technical Sales Representatives recently used his time for a great cause that is close to his heart – elementary school education. It turns out he actually went to college for this! Our representative was able to work alongside teachers, para-pros and other volunteers, serving up delicious cider and donuts a local apple orchard donated. It sure looked like a fun change from his normal days, for the educational professionals and kids as well!
While industrial distribution, or any manufacturing based occupation, is tough in today’s environment, after observing all our teachers do for the kids, its important to remember that “our jobs are a piece of cake when you see and hear what teachers go through every day.”
Thank you all who for contribute to your community to make a difference! We especially thank our educators and volunteers who work with tomorrows leaders, today.
Do you have a volunteer story you want to share? We are always looking for opportunities and ideas on how to assist our communities.
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