If you work in an office that is normally business attire, host "Dress Down Friday. Employees pay a fee for the chance to come in casual attire.
EVENTS YOU CAN HOST
This idea is perfect for those that can't make time to host an event. Simply collect everyone's spare change!
Host a garage sale in your community or at your agency. Employees can donate items and help work the event. All proceeds can be donated to the charity of your choice.
Below are several examples of ways you can give on June 1-8. From giving a gift of reading, to volunteering an afternoon a local animal shelter, to hosting a community wide event, we want to encourage Trusted Choice Independent Insurance Agents to participate in some fashion.
Dress Down Friday
Collect Spare Change
BIG OR SMALL
YOU CAN MAKE
Skip Your Espresso
Are you a coffee lover that makes a stop on the way to the office every morning? How about forgoing your morning coffee routine and instead donating that money!
Fundraising Ideas from St. Jude
Energize fundraising in your organization with these fun ideas from St. Jude Children's Research Hospital - Click Here.
Have your agency sponsor a shred event for your community. Your agency pays for the shred truck. Anyone that brings items to shred can make a donation to the charity of your choosing.
AGENCY CAR WASH
OTHER WAYS TO GIVE BACK:
Do Yardwork for the Elderly
Donate your time to helping clean up the yards of your neighbors who unable to do it themselves.
Clean-Up the Community
June is a perfect month to go around the community and help clean-up. Whether it's picking up trash or branches, your efforts won't go unnoticed.
Read to Children at the Library
Contact your local library to ask about setting up a reading session with kids.
Be a Collection Site
Try collecting items for the local animal shelter, women & children's shelter, Goodwill, Salvation Army, or collecting books at your agency.
Plant a Tree
Planting trees is one of the easiest and most sustainable ways to positively affect the environment.
Donate to Your Local Food Pantry
Food Pantry donations are always needed. Contact your local food pantry or bank and ask what items are needed. Peanut butter, canned tuna or chicken, nuts, snacks, condiments, baby needs, and hygiene products are all best bets when donating. These items won't cost you much, but will make a big difference to those in need.
Animal Shelters are always in need. You could walk the dogs, help clean the shelter, or donate food, litter, etc.
Help at Your Local Animal Shelter
Host a car wash in your parking lot. Most kids will be out of school for the summer. Recruit them to help.
Hosting a Walk/Run event is a great way to raise awareness.