HireLevel Gives Back to Evansville Association for the Blind
Mar 30, 2020
Mar 30, 2020
When it comes to helping the community, HireLevel strives to go above and beyond through their Charitable Giving Campaign.
Since its’ inception, HireLevel has made a point to improve the lives of others. With their staffing services, they do this every day, finding people the jobs that they want and need to be able to thrive. They also achieve this through their HireLevel 2ndChance program, which provides employment opportunities to people with less than perfect backgrounds. HireLevel’s Charitable giving campaign is no different in its purpose- help those in need to make our communities stronger.
Each month HireLevel chooses an organization that they believe makes a difference in the lives of others and, in the spirit of making a #HireLevelDifference, they give a charitable donation. In February they provided support to the Evansville Association for the Blind (EAB).
This organization is very unique in its offerings to the community. With services such as career development, a summer college program, and low vision support groups, the Evansville Association for the Blind really does all it can to help those in their community that can often be overlooked.
The EAB has served the Evansville community since 1923, offering programs to help community members with handicaps the opportunity to thrive. Although they do focus on the visually impaired, they also have programs for a wide range of other handicaps as well, all of which can be found on their website. The EAB has always been a not-for-profit, meaning that they receive no support from the government. Through a strong industrial division and, most recently, a furniture store, the EAB has been able to remain self-sufficient.
With their donation of $980, HireLevel is honored to help the EAB and due to the nature of this not-for-profit organization, HireLevel encourages you to help as well in any way you can. They offer multiple ways to support their cause, all of which can be found on their website at http://www.evansvilleblind.org/.
For more information on HireLevel and their #HireLevelDifference campaign, please visit HireLevel’s blog on www.HireLevel.com or follow the #HireLevelDifference on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@HireLevel).