More than 50 volunteer hours and 10 bags of supplies contributed
BINGHAM FARMS, Mich., April 20, 2012 – Bingham Farms, Mich.-based Identity, an integrated public relations agency driving strategic communications programs across the United States, partnered with Ronald McDonald House of Detroit for the agency’s spring corporate giving initiative. Identity Managing Partner Mark Winter made the announcement.
The firm collectively donated 54 hours of time preparing lunch for residents, cleaning, and maintaining the yard and gardens on Tuesday, April 17, at the Ronald McDonald House of Detroit. Identity employees also worked together to contribute nearly 10 bags of cleaning supplies for the house, along with pillows and pantry items.
“Ronald McDonald House is a wonderful organization and we are very proud to support them,” said Winter. “We are fully committed to our corporate giving initiative, both as a means to give back to the local community and to build camaraderie amongst the Identity team.”
Volunteering at Ronald McDonald House of Detroit is part of Identity’s yearlong corporate giving program, during which the agency will support four local nonprofits. The 2012 initiatives will include a backpack drive for The Samaritan House, participating in The Michigan Humane Society’s Mega March fundraiser and working with Starfish Family Services to Adopt-A-Family over the holidays.
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Identity is an integrated public relations firm driving strategic communications programs for a diverse portfolio of clients across the United States. Comprised of a unified team of discipline specialists, the company provides strategy, counsel and execution in the areas of branding, media relations, marketing, social media and creative design. Identity was founded in 1998 and is based in Bingham Farms, Mich. For more information, visit https://identitypr.wpengine.com.