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Our Canton Service Center found a new way to give back to the seniors in their community this holiday season. When they heard that the Cherokee Recreation & Parks Agency was collecting donations of socks and blankets for the Cherokee County Nursing Centers, they knew this would be the perfect opportunity to serve as a team.
Our team was able to collect and donate two baskets worth of items. While it may seem like a small way to support this cause, we are proud of our team for always continuing to look for way to make a difference.
The holiday season can be tough on many people, but these small acts can help make someone’s day. We are so grateful for our Canton Service Center joining together to collect donation items, especially when it is for such an extraordinary cause.
By being in the people business, Northwest is always looking for ways to honor our customers. We put them first by honoring their time, health, investment, and most importantly, trust in us. Our Canton office recently demonstrated this when a teammate noticed a customer’s gutters; he brought what he noticed back to the office, getting everyone together to go out and clear this customer’s gutters as a team.
One of our customers had an issue with ants that our teammate Chad G. was helping treat. Chad noticed that the gutters were starting to overflow, and when he brought it to the customer’s attention, he learned that there was no one to help him keep up this part of his home. Since this customer is wheelchair bound, Chad saw this as an opportunity to show our customer how much we care about him. Shortly after, our team scheduled a time frame during the day for our group of Managers, Administration, and Service Professionals to go out and help.
All of our Canton team was happy to go out to support our customer. While this may seem like a small act of kindness, we were able to give this customer an extraordinary experience while giving back to them in a way that created an overall healthier living environment, always our mission for any home. We’re thankful for teammates like Chad and our Canton office, who, while it’s not part of their “job,” continue to keep their eyes open to serve the customer in a way that keeps them first!
Our Canton office is always looking to make a difference within their local community, and with a heart for our pets, the team came together to support the Georgia Animal Project. The Canton team collected hygiene products and towels to donate to the local non-profit.
The Georgia Animal Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to ending companion animal overpopulation by providing high quality-low cost spay and neuter services for dogs and cats throughout North Georgia. Their mission is to reduce animal suffering and shelter euthanasia by confronting companion-animal overpopulation through effective education programs and by offering high quality, low-cost spay and neuter directly to the public at cost.
Our local community shares their homes and businesses with their furry loved ones, and the Canton team sees how important it is to care for animals. We appreciated seeing the entire team come together to support the donations. A teammate personally delivered them to Georgia Animal Project one Saturday.
Thank you to our Canton team for finding opportunities to serve where you have a passion. If you would like to learn about the Georgia Animal Project and how you can help, please visit their website.
This pandemic has shown us now, more than ever, that we need to come together and support the people around us. This is why Northwest keeps our eyes open to serve. While we are not able to gather in large groups right now, we still have the opportunity to think of those around us and do what we can to spread joy and a helping hand. Our Canton office has shown how we are able to make a difference with small acts of kindness.
They are currently in the process of making 25 gallons of laundry detergent for Hasty Elementary School in Canton. The school has partnered with MUST Ministries to help those in their local community. The focus is to provide an essential and everyday product that everyone needs, especially during this pandemic. By making this detergent, we are able to maintain a socially distanced gathering while being able to help out the community and catch up with coworkers.
MUST Ministries helps address the basic needs of individuals, families and children in Cobb and Cherokee county. If you need assistance or want to volunteer through MUST Ministries, you can visit their website.
At Northwest, we are always trying to make a difference within our community. Recently, our Canton office went out to make a difference as they volunteered their time at Bethany’s Equine and Aquatic Therapy Services. The team came together and helped install rubber mats into each of the horse stalls. These mats help level the stalls out for the horses, while also making them easier to clean.
Along with our volunteers, there were others helping out at the barn. The BEAT Horse Farm Team was very grateful to the Canton Service Center to take time out of their Saturday to give back. This was just a small way our Northwest team could say thank you to our communities.
Bethany’s Equine and Aquatic Therapy Services is a nonprofit organization that is located at a farm in Canton, GA. They specialize in the use of hippotherapy and aquatic therapy as primary tools of treating children and adults with disabilities. To learn how you can donate, volunteer or sponsor a horse, please visit BEAT’s website.