When Mitch Eiting, global philanthropic and corporate giving manager for medical, dental, and animal health firm Midmark Corp., heard about a Meals on Wheels program in his hometown of Versailles, Ohio, he thought it would be a great way for Midmark employees to give back to the community, the Dayton Daily News reports.
And that's exactly what they've been doing, with Eiting recently announcing the launch of Midmark Cares, a newly formed committee that includes employees (teammates) from Midmark's 12 US-based locations.
The committee was formed to organize team-building events, provide strategic oversight of activities, and further expand Midmark's community outreach and philanthropic efforts nationwide and globally.
"Our teammates live our mission and values each and every day, making a positive difference in the lives they touch," Eiting says in a press release.
"Giving back to the communities we serve is one of the several ways we address quality healthcare and educational needs globally."
Midmark has been a long-time partner with World Vision, helping to bring better healthcare to communities in need around the world and in the US through product donations and the building of caregiver kits.
The company's collaboration with World Vision began in 2005 when Midmark began Read the Entire Article
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