HireLevel Rolls Out The HireLevel Difference Campaign, Gives Back To Local Women’s Center
Jan 19, 2017
Jan 19, 2017
(January 19, 2017 – Marion, IL) As 2017 brings new goals and programs to the team at HireLevel, one of the region’s largest women-owned employment, payroll, and workforce services companies, one program they are excited to expand on is the The HireLevel Difference charity campaign. In 2016, HireLevel began a Charitable Giving Challenge that allowed their team members to give back to their local communities. Every month they would choose a different local charity, and in their first year raised over $10,000 for local charities. In 2017, HireLevel looks to raise the bar for not only workforce management but for their new charity campaign as well.
For the month of January, HireLevel has chosen to give back to The Women’s Center, Inc. in Carbondale, IL. As one of the first domestic violence centers in the country, The Women’s Center, Inc. was created in 1972 by a group of visionaries who recognized the need for a safe, secure environment for Southern Illinois men, women, and children. They offer 24 hour crisis hotline intervention available seven days a week, 365 days per year. They also offer emergency shelter, food, supplies, referrals, transportation, individual and group support, as well as case management.
“We’ve been a part of the Southern Illinois community for over 20 years now,” said Business Development team member, Dana Dooley. “We feel like it is really important to have a safe place for individuals in crisis to go to that offers the services and help that our community and neighboring communities need in order to have a better life.”
For more information about The Women’s Center, Inc. or to volunteer, please visit http://www.thewomensctr.org/ or give them a call at (618) 549-4807. For more information on HireLevel’s new charity campaign the The HireLevel Difference, visit us online at www.HireLevel.com.
Follow their hashtag #HireLevelDifference on social media for more information.
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