Employees at LTC Partners Team Up to Give Back to the Community Through United Way’s Day of Caring
Portsmouth, NH: In a continued effort to make a difference in the community, nearly 70 employees from LTC Partners joined together to participate in the United Way of the Greater Seacoast's 26th annual Day of Caring held September 13.
The Day of Caring has brought hundreds of volunteers together from local companies and organizations, giving them the chance to roll up their sleeves and participate in community projects throughout the Seacoast. Most projects take place at area nonprofits, schools, and libraries.
"LTC Partners came out in full force for the Day of Caring with the highest number of employees serving in the community," said Sarah Tremblay, the director of corporate engagement for the United Way. "The team at LTC Partners gets it. Each person is all about giving back to their community where their skills, passion, and dedication to excellence will have the greatest impact and be most meaningful for local Seacoast nonprofits."
This was the first year LTC Partners participated in the Day of Caring.
"Unquestionably, Day of Caring is a win-win. In one day, about 20 percent of our workforce gave nearly 600 hours of community service at multiple organizations across the Seacoast, said LTC Partners' Executive Sponsor of Corporate Giving Brian Frankenfield. "Our employees worked hand-in-hand with co-workers from different functions, forming new relationships and stretching their leadership, problem-solving, and communications skills in ways that are outside the norm of a regular day in the office—all while supporting the United Way's mission and helping our local community. The benefits speak for themselves, and we're looking forward to expanding our impact next year."
Employees painted, built, repaired, cleaned, organized, and gardened at four different locations across the Seacoast: Children's Museum of New Hampshire in Dover, Great Bay Kids' Company in Newmarket, Growing Places in Lee, and Kingston Children's Center in Kingston.
"On behalf of the board of directors, teachers, and families, I want to send a heartfelt thank you to the entire team at LTC Partners, who shared their time, talents, and hard work with us at Growing Places," said Deb Cuddahy, the center's executive director. "LTC Partners is a shining example of community support in action and teamwork at its best."