On Friday, Dec. 12, more than 100 volunteers from across the company supported UTC's $80,000 donation to the 2014 Marine Corps Toys for Tots campaign in Connecticut. As UTC celebrates 34 years partnering with Toys for Tots, this year set a record for volunteer attendance - with three opportunities to help - leaving many employee participants feeling they got more than they gave.
Cash, Sweat & Tears Award Recognizes Passionate Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Volunteers
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The Cash, Sweat & Tears Awards honor the passion of your most extraordinary volunteers – the people who take on physical challenges, overcome obstacles or raise huge sums from friends, family and colleagues for your cause. Each year we invite athletic event fundraising programs in the US and Canada to nominate one inspiring participant for the Cash Sweat & Tears Award.
HARTFORD, Conn., Sept. 10, 2014 /3BL Media/ – More than 150 supply management employees and executives from across all United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX) business units gathered today for an uncommon meeting. Dressed in jeans and bright blue t-shirts, colleagues gave back to the community with a day of scaffolding, framing and other work in support of Hartford Area Habitat for Humanity. During the day, UTC employees worked at all Hartford Area Habitat for Humanity build sites, including its ReStore warehouse facility in Bloomfield.
At UTC, we make modern life possible,” says the global website of United Technologies Corporation (UTC). With topnotch brands such as Otis, Pratt & Whitney, Sikorsky, and Carrier under its fold, the $62 billion multinational conglomerate sure has a profound impact on billions of lives. This impact, however, does not come at the cost of the environment or ethical practices.
Every company has different social responsibility (CSR) objectives, but the primary motive is the same: create a positive impact on society while doing business. This motive is right in line with the philosophy behind #GivingTuesday, a worldwide movement promoting giving, in which more than 10,000 organizations in 46 countries participated last year.
You’re invited to join Major League baseball players and Volunteers of America as we recruit and train thousands of high school students to make an impact in the lives of their neighbors in need.
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There is no surprise why so many high school students want in on the Action Team national youth volunteer program. When you join the Action Team, you’ll be joining forces with thousands of students and Major League baseball players who are all dedicated and passionate about getting involved in causes close to their hearts and important to their communities.