08 Apr AC&M’s Corporate Citizenship Spells Success for Children
Last month, we heard how AC&M launched its 3XP initiative, which encourages employees to giveback to the communities in which they live and work.
In this same vein, AC&M’s passion and dedication to giving back has fueled our involvement with Child Care Resources Inc. (CCRI). This non-profit child care resource and referral agency works with families and communities to ensure all children have access to high quality, affordable, early learning opportunities and experiences, enabling them to succeed in school and in life.
Since 2012, AC&M has helped CCRI produce creative assets to promote Little Wonders, a live and silent auction event that draws high profile patrons from across the Charlotte-metro area.
This year, CCRI wanted to step it up a notch, so they once again enlisted the help of AC&M. We created a custom-built website for Little Wonders, which enables visitors to buy tickets online, browse silent auction items, and more.
Our involvement with CCRI stems from the leadership and commitment of AC&M Founder & CEO, Jaime Cardenas. Jaime has served as a long-time member of the Board of Directors, and not only has his business expertise helped guide the board, but Jaime has chosen to utilize AC&M’s talents for the benefit of the organization and their largest fundraising event, Little Wonders.
“AC&M has built countless blogs, websites, and digital marketing solutions for our clients, but the Little Wonders project was one of the most rewarding,” says Jaime Cardenas. “This is a cause I am truly passionate about, so to be able to take our skill sets at the agency and use it give back to an organization that does so much good for our community is truly remarkable.”
“Everyone loves the site,” says Carolyn Hazeldine, Senior VP of Institutional Advancement for Child Care Resources. “Jaime has the best team in the business. From web design to the company account managers, the marketing team at AC&M definitely exceeded our expectations.”
For more information on CCRI and its Little Wonders event slated for May 29, visit www.CCRILittleWonders.org!