Registry Partners – Christmas Giving Campaign
“Making Spirits Bright”
This time of year, there is hustle and bustle everywhere you go as people prepare for the holidays. It is easy to get caught up in the Christmas craze; but so often we lose sight of the true meaning of Christmas as it becomes buried under all of the holiday chaos going on around us.
At Registry Partners, we believe in the spirit of Christmas and for the third year in a row, have provided an opportunity for our employees to take part in something that keeps the Christmas spirit alive through our Christmas Giving Campaign.
Our Christmas Giving Campaign was started in order to provide help to those who have fallen on hard times or those who may be experiencing a difficult situation in their lives … we focus on “making spirits bright” for those who have a true need.
This year, our team selected the following people/organizations to support through their generous, heartfelt donations:
- The Wounded Warrior Project – to help veterans and service members who incurred a physical or mental injury, illness or wound while serving in the military on or after September 11, 2001.
- The Cool Kids Campaign for Kids with Cancer and Their Families – to help improve the quality of life for pediatric oncology patients and their families by focusing on programs to address the academic, social and emotional needs brought on by a cancer diagnosis.
- A fellow Registry Partners employee whose family was directly impacted by Hurricane Michael.
Here at Registry Partners, we are blessed with a special team of people. Their hearts are big and the care and compassion they have for others is palpable. When asked about this year’s campaign efforts, Donna Reynolds, President and CEO said, “The dedication and giving hearts our employees have to help others can only make you thankful to be a part of our work family”.
Thank you to our amazing team for “making spirits bright” for others in need and keeping the spirit of Christmas alive in your hearts. We appreciate the kindness, love and compassion you have shown again this year for our 3rd annual Christmas Giving Campaign.
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