At the core of community support, collaborations between corporations and non-profits are the unsung heroes. One such heartwarming partnership is between STARS CommunityWork and Cox Enterprises. Together, they’ve created a space for participants to roll up their sleeves and breathe new life into remote controls, power cords, and cables. It’s not just a job; it’s a source of pride and purpose.
Collaboration | When corporations team up with nonprofits, magic happens. Cox Enterprises, a powerhouse in communications, media, and automotive services, knows the power of such partnerships. Their work with CommunityWork is a shining example of corporate social responsibility in action, directly impacting the lives of community members.
Reviving Tech, Reviving Spirits | We might not always think about it, but remotes, cords, and cables are items we use on a daily basis. For CommunityWork participants, these everyday items represent a steady paycheck and a sense of accomplishment. Cleaning and packing them not only breathes new life into the devices but also equips participants with valuable skills for life and employment.
Numbers That Tell a Story | STARS CommunityWork, along with Opportunity Village in Las Vegas, NV, and Eggleston in Norfolk, VA, have joined hands with Cox Enterprises in providing opportunities to those with cognitive, intellectual and other challenges. The impact of these partnerships is staggering. To put it into perspective, in 2022 CommunityWork participants refurbished 898,740 cables and 209,090 remotes!
Building Bridges to Stability | Steady work is the bedrock of stability for individuals and families alike. Thanks to Cox Enterprises’ contract, participants experience the security and fulfillment of regular employment. This partnership isn’t just about business; it’s a commitment to offering individuals a platform to thrive.
The partnership between CommunityWork and Cox Enterprises is a shining example of how corporations can change lives for the better.