Technology and marketing company PeakActivity united for a cause.
Through its community involvement and philanthropic arm PeakCares, the company united to organize a food and fund drive in support of Feeding South Florida. Remote workers raised $1,450 and collected non-perishable donations for the hunger-relief organization.
Now more than ever, organizations like Feeding South Florida need our help. Due to COVID-19, high unemployment, and a general sense of uncertainty, food insecurity is on the rise. The Food & Fund Drive supported the community in three ways; food donations to be given to Feeding South Florida, monetary donations, and the encouragement for their employees to bring non-perishables to their local food bank as some employees aren’t local to South Florida.
“We are so grateful to work for a company that puts such an emphasis on showing up and giving back to our local communities, and for all of the support shown by our Peaksters during this holiday season,” said Alex Shapiro, who co-leads the PeakCares team.
Since PeakCares launched in 2018, employees have been a part of various fundraising efforts, including raising over $2,500 for the American Heart Association.
Pictured above PeakActivity team members with CEO Manish Hirapara standing far right.