Pathway Communications team, along with their partners and clients, gave back to their local communities through the Cancer Recovery Foundation of Canada’s ‘Bear-Able Gifts’ program. The drive is part of Pathway’s long-standing commitment to charity and puts new, unwrapped toy donations in the hands of children when they need it most.
This year’s campaign was highly successful and contributed to the Cancer Recovery Foundation of Canada’s ‘Bear-Able Gifts’ program objectives for 2013.
“This donation demonstrates how Pathway’s employees continue to show great enthusiasm and kindness in supporting our community,” said Ashok Kalle – President and CEO, The Pathway Group of Companies. “I’m proud of their commitment in supporting charities. Our employees, partners, and clients have shown us that we can really make a difference,” he added.
Through the ‘Bear-Able Gifts’ program, the foundation provides many of the things children and teens love – board games, hand-held games, dolls, cards, coloring books, crayons, markers, puzzles, stuffed toys – while making them smile and taking their minds off cancer treatment.
“I would like to send a personal thank you for all the contributions Pathway has provided for our Foundation. We truly appreciate the time and effort Pathway has contributed to setting up a toy drive and bringing the donations to our office.” said Elysia Chan – Event Planner, Cancer Recovery Foundation of Canada.
This year, Pathway’s employees committed many hours to champion employee-led campaigns and have participated in volunteer initiatives. Through their volunteer efforts, they provided much needed manpower to community organizations that rely on volunteer support, while becoming more educated on community issues and challenges.
Pathway is committed to supporting the communities in which we live and work, and are proud that the entire company came together in this campaign.
To read more:
- See the Cancer Recovery Foundation of Canada Facebook page.
- See our post: Pathway Partners with the Cancer Recovery Foundation of Canada