LGM says it has been working overtime this year to demonstrate the value of “giving back.”
The extended warranty, group credit insurance, wear protection and automotive theft deterrent products supplier says 2010 has been a banner year for the company to “act socially responsible, engage in charitable campaigns and support employee community work for the good of our world.”
LGM says it has chosen a variety of ways to demonstrate this value of giving back, which included supporting the Daily Bread Food Bank and Habitat for Humanity by scheduling time off for associates to volunteer.
Most recently LGM completed campaigns in support of the Canadian Cancer Society and the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure where over 20 participants generated $11,451 in donations – a number matched by LGM meaning over $22,900 donated to breast cancer research.
Randy Price, president of LGM, said he is proud his associates who have “embraced” the core value of giving back.
“We can make a difference and we will continue to make a difference,” he said in a release.