BRIDGE is a program designed to encourage CWS employees to volunteer in their communities while earning corporate donations of up to $360 per employee per year. We believe that when we work together and get involved in a worthwhile cause, we can really make a difference.
Each year, our employees contribute thousands of hours of volunteer service in the community. For every hour, up to 12 hours, that our employees volunteer, CWS Capital Partners will donate $30 per hour to help fund various causes that have been chosen by those employees. Since the program began, we have contributed over $1 million to hundreds of organizations. From building homes and beautifying parks to feeding the homeless and providing gifts for underprivileged children, we have invested our resources to break down the barriers that separate communities.
We believe that when we work together and get involved in a worthwhile cause, we can really make a difference in our communities and that, in turn, makes our teams and company stronger. As we continue to recognize the fact that our giving does make a difference, our respect for others will be enhanced, our communities will be united, and progress will be experienced by future generations.
BRIDGE - Connected Hearts, Unlimited Possibilities.
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