Continued success with ACHIEVEability
In our continued efforts to support philanthropy and community service, US team members from Qube Global Software lead an energetic group of nearly 20 volunteers, participating in the 18th Annual Philadelphia Cares Day. Once again, our chosen benefactor was ACHIEVEability, a not for profit association rehabilitating homes located in west Philadelphia. Facility managers, service providers and high school students painted side by side with ACHIEVEability staff and family, working diligently to prepare a 3 bedroom home for immediate occupancy by a well deserving family returning to the working community after shelter living.
“We continue to support ACHEIVEability because it reaffirms empowerment of family and education to improve one’s situation,” stated Sharon G. Miller, US Marketing Manager. “It feels good, being a catalyst of positive change in our own backyard. We hope our continued efforts to work with ACHIEVEability will encourage more facility managers and their families to join us in the spring for 2012’s World FM Day.”
About ACHIEVEability: ACHIEVEability, based in Philadelphia, is an agency that permanently breaks the cycle of poverty for low-income, single-parent and homeless families. ACHIEVEability provides housing and supportive services so parents can pursue higher education and become self-sufficient. Everything we do promotes accountability for our families. This year, ACHIEVEability is celebrating 30 years of helping families achieve self-sufficiency.
On 11 September 2016, HR Director Jacqui Adams, HR Administrator Sarah Eite and Account Executive Darren Gould will be participating in the Great North Run to raise money for charities that are close to their hearts: Alzheimer’s Society, Breast Cancer Care and Farplace Animal Rescue.
Five of our staff are to run the second ever 10k London Winter Run to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
Bartram Gardens is the home to the famous horticultural collections of John Bartram (1699-1777). This site remains one of Philadelphia’s preferred urban garden, sequestered just outside of West Philadelphia, boasting a clear view of the city skyline. The Greater Philadelphia Chapter of IFMA (International Facility Managers Association) selected this worthy community gem as this year’s recipient of […]