ConServe Employees enjoy casual dress for a good cause.
Fairport, N.Y. – Continental Service Group, Inc., d.b.a. ConServe, one of Rochester N.Y.'s Top 100 Fastest Growing Companies, raised more than $100,000 for charities in need by offering a Jeans for Charity Program to their employees.
Since this programs inception in 2008, ConServe employees have consecutively gave back regularly to the local community by participating in a monthly campaign benefiting a diverse group of non-profit organizations in the Rochester area. In exchange for a monthly donation of $10.00 to ConServe's designated charity of the month, ConServe employees receive a free pass to wear jeans during their work hours for an entire month. Charities are selected based on their need and their overall impact in servicing the community. "Our Jeans for Charity program provides our employees with the opportunity to enjoy dressing down while making a difference in our community," said Mark E. Davitt, President of ConServe. "Good corporate citizenship is at the core of our company's mission statement; ConServe is dedicated to satisfying the needs of clients while improving the human condition, fostering the development of successful, long-term relationships with clients, employees, vendors and the community as a whole. "
There have been dozens of charities selected since this program began including: Daystar, Perinton Volunteer Ambulance, CDS Unistel, Egypt Volunteer Fire Department, Financial Literacy - ACA Foundation, Advent House, Lifespan, Children Awaiting Parents, Dream Factory of Rochester, Make a Wish, Hillside Special Santas and Open Door Mission to name just a few.
ConServe plans to continue the program and is proud of its employees and the contributions this program has made in our community.