Koozie Group Making an Impact by Giving Back
Koozie Group, Clearwater, Florida, announced that it is committed to making a difference by giving back to its communities and employees through cash donations, product donations and more, as part of its social impact and sustainability vision called Keep It. Give It.
Last year, Koozie Group donated over $250,000 to more than 100 nonprofit organizations, including the United Way and Junior Achievement. Among the various product donations to different groups, Koozie Group provided more than 500,000 items for educational purposes, including backpacks and school supplies such as pens, pencils, water bottles, and lunch coolers.
“Giving back is one of the four key areas of our Keep It. Give It. initiative, along with environmental stewardship, safety and social responsibility, and fostering diversity and inclusion," said Melissa Ralston, chief revenue officer for Koozie Group. "We are always looking for ways to give back and make a positive impact in people’s lives.”
When it comes to selecting which causes to support, the company looks to its employees to identify the groups and organizations that are closest to their hearts. Based on their feedback, Koozie Group then partners with 501(c)(3) charitable organizations to make the donations happen. Additionally, each Koozie Group employee can give back individually to a charity of their choice through a donation of time, money or products.
In 2021, Koozie Group made a difference when it comes to giving back to the community and its employees:
- Donated 100 laptops to A New Direction for Women and Men Inc., a well-established residential facility for drug and alcohol recovery.
- Supported college scholarships through the Promotional Products Education Foundation.
- Provided 300 backpacks filled with school supplies to the United Way in the Red Wing, Minnesota, area and 200 backpacks to employees’ families.
To learn more about Keep it. Give it. and the positive impact it made in 2021, view the program’s annual report here.
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