The So Cal Group Gives Back! Helping children prepare to go Back 2 School!

The So Cal Group gives back! Volunteers teamed up with the NCJW in support of the annual Tools for School/Back 2 School Community Day. The event provided children living on or below the poverty level with the supplies they needed to feel excited, motivated, and proud to start the new school year.

The So Cal Group Gives Back- Volunteering for Back 2 School Day

The So Cal Group Delivers Hope for the Holidays

At The So Cal Group, when team members are not busy learning, or helping out clients, they focus on serving the community. Looking to make an impact during the holidays, the team volunteered at Grandma’s House of Hope for the organization’s Annual Christmas Party event on Dec. 20, 2014. Team members spent the day helping the less fortunate, in Santa’s Workshop. Grandma’s House of Hope, a nonprofit organization located in Orange County, continuously inspires others with their encouraging message and vision for the future. The organization offers three assistance programs to aid the community’s impoverished population.

The So Cal Group team members, eager for an opportunity to help, spent the day participating in the event’s two shops. Working in two shifts, The So Cal Group successfully offered both parents and children the chance to select and wrap gifts for one another. Excited parents and children filled Santa’s Workshop, hoping to provide loved ones with holiday cheer. The So Cal Group’s efforts allowed guests to feel welcome and built lasting relationships.

After the event, The So Cal Group’s, Lindsay Brogan explained, “Volunteering was both fun and rewarding, overall. “Working with the families allows us to recognize and appreciate the opportunities we’ve been given.”

Moving forward, The So Cal Group will continue their philanthropic endeavors, while maintaining their commitment to professionalism and integrity.

 

 

The So Cal Group Gives Back in a Charity Dodge Ball Tournament

The So Cal Group, The Boys and Girls Club and several other local businesses held their First Annual Charity Dodge ball Tournament on December 19th, in Venice, Calif. The tournament consisted of 13 teams who participated in hopes of becoming dodge ball champions. Over 20 local businesses who attended this event made contributions to help raise funds for The Boys & Girls Club and Operation Smile. A surfboard painted by youth members of The Boys & Girls Club was auctioned off as well…

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