LTC Partners Employees Embrace Volunteerism Through the United Way's Annual Day of Caring
Portsmouth, NH: Employees from LTC Partners came together to give back to the community by participating in the United Way of the Greater Seacoast's 28th annual Day of Caring held September 11.
A total of 32 LTC Partners employees gave nearly 170 hours of community service at two different Seacoast locations: Seacoast Charter School in Dover and Cross Roads House in Portsmouth. They tackled everything from building playground equipment, sprucing up grounds, cleaning, and organizing.
"LTC Partners continues to pave the way as a top corporate leader in philanthropy, knowing what it means to be an engaged and dedicated community partner," said Sarah Tremblay, director of corporate engagement for the United Way. "Through their participation and sponsorship of Day of Caring, their efforts yielded incredible impact at the two local nonprofit agencies. LTC Partners is a shining example of a local Seacoast company that makes a difference every day."
This was the third year LTC Partners participated in the Day of Caring, which brings hundreds of volunteers together from local companies and organizations, giving them the chance to give back by participating in community projects throughout the Seacoast. Most projects take place at area nonprofits, schools, and libraries.
"We are fortunate to have passionate employees who embrace volunteerism and look forward to the Day of Caring each year," said LTC Partners' Executive Sponsor of Corporate Giving Brian Frankenfield. "Time and time again, our employees come together to make a difference in the community."
"It was a joy having LTC Partners at Cross Roads House for the United Way Day of Caring," said Kristina Siegenthaler, volunteer coordinator for Cross Roads House. "The enthusiasm felt from the volunteers was contagious, and they did an amazing job of helping to maintain and improve the facility for our residents and staff."
Sheila Shea, development director at Seacoast Charter School, echoed Siegenthaler's sentiments.
"We are all so grateful for the volunteers from LTC Partners," Shea said. "Their hard work paid off the minute they finished with students running to the natural playground to enjoy their new equipment. With LTC's support, we were able to finish the playground, which didn't seem possible until the LTC Partners team showed up."