This month the employees will be collecting and donating children’s coats. There are many kids in the area that are without proper coats for the cold temperatures. VanDevere will match the employees donations for the Coats for Kids.
Each month the employees are given the opportunity to wear jeans and to donate to a charity in our own backyard. This is just one of the ways that the VanDevere Bunch gives back to the community!
This month the VanDevere Bunch is collecting money for the Community Volunteer Group. The Community Volunteer Group raises money for Transitional Housing Units shelter for young adults who are in the process of aging out of the foster care system. These young adults are at high risk for early pregnancy, unemployment, incarceration, homelessness and many other risks. So they need all the support they can get from their community.
This month on September 21st, VanDevere will be holding their monthly Jeans Day to help support the Ronald McDonald House. Employees will be permitted to wear nice jeans to work in exchange for a donation to this great organization. The Ronald McDonald House is a home environment providing support and resources that help keep families close. VanDevere will match every dollar donated by employees in these Jeans Day fundraising efforts.
This month on August 17th, VanDevere will be holding their monthly Jeans Day to help support the Akron Battered Woman’s Shelter. Employees will be permitted to wear nice jeans to work in exchange for a donation to this great organization. The Battered Woman’s Shelter provides emergency services and support to victims seeking to end family violence. As usual, VanDevere will match every dollar donated by employees in these Jeans Day fundraising efforts.
Employees are invited to wear jeans in support of this great charity on April 27th. Remember, VanDevere matches every dollar donated by employees during these events. Our last Jeans Day we raised over $500 for Akron Pregnancy Services. Thank you to all of you who continue to support these Jeans Day organizations.
On Thursday Feb 16th VanDevere will be holding their monthly Jeans Day. Employees will be permitted to wear jeans to work in exchange for a donation to this great community organization. Items needed are listed on flyer below, or, monetary donations are also accepted. Thanks to everyone who continues to make a difference every month and taking part in these Jeans Day fundraisers.
Adding to the list of 2016 VanDevere Thrive & Drive program participants is the Akron Soap Box Derby. This great community organization is selling raffle tickets to raise money for their own cause. These tickets are then entered into a drawing with other participating Thrive & Drive community organizations giving a lucky ticketed individual a chance to win a brand new car from VanDevere. Just another way VanDevere gives back to a supporting community since 1946.
Participating this year in VanDevere’s Thrive & Drive program is Tallmadge Force and Tallmadge Fury Baseball and Softball teams. These teams will be selling tickets with all of our other 2016 Thrive & Drive participants in efforts to raise money for their teams. All money from raffle tickets goes to the teams themselves. All tickets from participating organizations are them pooled together in a drawing for CHEVY CRUZE donated by The VanDevere Bunch.
VanDevere is back at it again with Thrive and Drive! VanDevere has donated a car to Hoban High School in Akron so that they can sell raffle tickets to raise money for numerous needs within school. If you wish to purchase a $10 raffle ticket for your chance to win this car, please contact the Hoban school office for purchasing opportunities.
June’s Jeans Day has been announced. On Thursday June 16, employees will be permitted to wear jeans to work in exchange for a donation to Good Neighbors Inc. Good Neighbors has been helping families and individuals in the community since 1957. In times of crisis and need they prodive clothing, emergency food, and support. As usual, every dollar donated by employees will be matched by VanDevere.