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Making A Difference

Blog-Header-ScottThis November, R&D Events is looking back on a year of giving back to the community through our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) events. We asked each of our team members about their favorite CSR events and also to tell a little bit about their favorite moments during a CSR event. Because giving back through team building is pretty much one of the coolest things that we do at R&D Events.

Scott, which CSR event is your favorite and why?

Mission Charity – While I think all our programs are fantastic, I enjoy the opportunity to share the message of multiple organizations that are striving for and achieving greatness in building a platform to give back to people or animals in perhaps unfortunate circumstances.  Whether it is for children battling a disease, animals in need of a home, women in distress or protecting our wildlife, I like how Mission Charity exposes multiple causes in one event.

Learn more about Mission Charity here.

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What are three words that you think define team building through CSR events?

Making a difference.

What is your favorite CSR event memory?

While hosting an Operation Impact, we had the great honor of introducing (3) active Military Representatives in Minneapolis who were to kindly spread the message and value of being able to receive care packages while serving over-seas.  Upon introduction and stepping in front of over 150 participants, these humble soldiers received an intensely strong, heart-felt standing ovation for nearly three minutes – there were very few dry eyes (if any) in the crowd and the immense support, admiration and respect filled the room without any political agenda or motivation…..pure appreciation!!!

What are you thankful for this Holiday season?

Family, friends and good health!!!!  Not to mention, working with a great team of wonderful individuals.

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