Jeans for Charity, an ongoing philanthropic program at ConServe in Fairport, allows employees and the organization as a whole to support their diversified community investment plan.
The program allows employees to participate in monthly charitable donations in exchange for wearing jeans to work.
ConServe seeks “to improve the human condition,” as included in its mission statement, and the concept of paying it forward and giving back to those less fortunate is infused into the corporate culture.
In March, the ConServe team made donations to the Ibero-American Action League as well as Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Rochester, and of Erie, Niagara and the Southern Tier.
“We are delighted by the generosity of ConServe,” said Dorothy Kelley, development officer at BBBS of Greater Rochester. “Because of this contribution, more children will now be able to experience the incredible benefit of having a mentor in their lives.”
“We believe that children have incredible potential, and the money donated will help defend and ignite that potential,” said Thomas Guagliardo, CEO of BBBS of Erie, Niagara and the Southern Tier. “Together, we can help clear the path to the biggest and brightest possible futures for more children facing adversity in our community.”
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