Employees at LTC Partners Roll Up Their Sleeves and Give Back as Part of the United Way's Annual Day of Caring
Portsmouth, NH: Employees from LTC Partners once again embraced giving back to the community by participating in the United Way of the Greater Seacoast's 27th 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.
"As with all of their philanthropy efforts, LTC Partners knocked it out of the park again with their participation and sponsorship of United Way's 27th Day of Caring," said Sarah Tremblay, director of corporate engagement for the United Way. "LTCP is a prime example of a local Seacoast company that makes a difference every day, with the causes they support and the dedicated volunteers they engage, to help United Way's mission become reality."
This was the second year LTC Partners participated in the Day of Caring.
"Our employees once again stepped up to give back to the community through Day of Caring," said LTC Partners' Executive Sponsor of Corporate Giving Brian Frankenfield. "Volunteerism is at the core of our giving program at LTC Partners, and our employees, time and time again, work together to make a difference."
A total of 32 LTCP employees gave 247 hours of community service at two different locations across the Seacoast: My Friend's Place in Dover and Albacore Park in Portsmouth. They tackled everything from outdoor cleanup, to organizing storage spaces, to painting, and prepping for an upcoming event.
"We thank you most graciously for the job well done,” said Patricia Violette, executive director of Albacore Park. "The effort your crew put in surpasses anything I have ever seen from a volunteer group. It was truly amazing, and the final product is outstanding. It is because of groups like yours that nonprofits can thrive."