...doing good, feels good...
Logoplaste's West Virginia Team is collecting school supplies to support Boys & Girls Club of America, in this case the Eastern Panhandle, Martinsburg.
Helping out the local community is one of Logoplaste's Core Values and it always feels great to help out.
For more information please visit www.bgcepwv.net
CADIN's waiting area
When CADIn launched the call for help, Isabel Machado, Treasury, and Rita Bento, SAP, took on the task and are helping out with the reception area.
Their challenge is to keep it neat and clean for all the children waiting for their appointment.
The first mission was to sort out books and toys, removing all that was not in perfect condition and replacing it with new items, collected from the team at Headquarters. As they were finishing up, a young child came to play in the newly organized space.
Rita signed up because she was looking for a volunteering experience, and this was the perfect match for she can do it on the lunch break. She wanted to get more involved in Logoplaste's Social Responsibility project and be more active in the company.
Isabel was caught by surprise, for she thought she was signing up just to bring toys and books from home… but she is happy to be part of a project where you know you are truly helping and using "recycled" material.
After the reorganization, the kids reception area looked great.
A4Y :: All 4 YOUth
Helping the next generation by providing tools to jump start their career
Logoplaste is part of the Alliance for Youth, a Nestlé initiative to help youth enter the employment market.
The program gives them tool so they can prepare a cv and a cover letter, build their profile on Linked In, look for a jo in a pro-active and smart manner as well as handle an interview.
In June, Logoplaste HQ hosted Nestlé and the other companies for a work session in Cascais. Participating companies included Sonae, Graphicsleader, Vodafone, The Navigator Company, BPI Bank and BA Vidro.
For more information on the program please click here
CADIN’s III International Congress uses Logoplaste’s manpower
Volunteers from Headquarters - Cascais, are going to help fold the congress’s brochure, which needs everyone’s attention so it turns out well.
Commitment can come from being part of Logoplaste’s Social Responsibility Program.
But that is not all. Other teams will be helping out with:
Congresso Internacional 2016 - available in English and Portuguese