This quarter, the Sawtooth United Football Club was chosen by top
Previously, the Animal Shelterhas been chosen to receive donations from the Redfish One for One program.
“We are so honored to be receiving this donation from Redfish!” stated Brooke Bonner, Director of Development & Communications at the Animal Shelter. “We really appreciate local companies choosing to give back to the community. It's such a great way to do business.”
One for One Community Service Initiative
How does the 'One for One' program work?
For every professional placement made by a Redfish recruiter, the company will give $100 and at least one hour of volunteer time to a local community or charitable organization.
The executive recruiter who has made the most placements for the quarter will have the honor of awarding the accumulated funds to the organization of their choice. The volunteer hours will be donated on an on-going basis, in addition to each individuals current volunteering efforts.
Who is feeling the love?
Beneficiaries of the 'One for One’ program include: Higher Ground (formerly Sun Valley Adaptive Sports), the Animal Shelter, the Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation, Rhode Island Vegan Awareness, Idaho Steelheads Youth Hockey, Sun Valley Youth Hockey, Blaine County Recreation District, Sawtooth United Football Club, the Girl Scouts of Rhode Island, Girls on the Run, and The Papoose Club.
History of the 'One for One' program
As a socially responsible company, Redfish values investing in our communities and has long attracted employees who volunteer their time and money in local community organizations. We have a long philanthropic history. The 'One for One’ initiative formalizes the company values by donating money and on-the-job volunteer hours for each professional job placement that the company makes.
For more 'One for One' slideshows/videos, see our video page (second part).
Each quarter, Redfish Technology designates a community organization to receive funds from the “One for One” Community Service Initiative program. This quarter the Animal Shelter of the Wood River Valley is again the chosen beneficiary. Redfish recruiters gave $1600 earlier this year, and this quarter are awarding $900 more to the Animal Shelter.
The 'One for One' Community Service Initiative surpassed 500 volunteer hours given by the Redfish Technology staff. Recent volunteering has been with the Sawtooth United Football Club, Girl Scouts, Girls on the Run, and Steelheads Youth Hockey.
The first quarter tally is in on the ‘One for One’ Community Service Initiative! Redfish has donated over 160 hours to local organizations. Recipients include: Girl Scouts, Girls on the Run, Higher Ground Sun Valley, The Papoose Club, and others.
$100 and one hour of community service will be donated to a community or charitable organization for each professional job placement made by executive search firm Redfish Technology. The program formalizes Redfish’s commitment to community service.
Official Launch: September 15, 2012
Total Hours Donated since launch: 501 last updated 6/27/2013