Season 15 of Konica Minolta’s Biggest Losers went
off with great success this year! The Biggest Loser is a weight lose
competition, started by a group of employees a few years ago. Yes, the
goal is to loss the most weight, however it more. This special group of
employees have changed their eating and exercise habits. These changes
have and will help them in the long run.
the registration fee is used as prize money for the Biggest Losers.
However, this season, the employees decided to donate all of the
registration fee, to the Volunteer Center’s All Wrapped Up Holiday
Giving Program. They all thought it would be a great idea to help others
while helping ourselves. They donated $425 worth of Target cards which
will go to some of the clients being “adopted” this season.
you to Retarus, a company combining comprehensive IT expertise with an
innovative solutions portfolio focused on managed services for email,
fax, SMS and EDI, for such generous support to our annual holiday giving
program, All Wrapped Up. “Adopting” more than 35 people, Retarus
provided overwhelming support and stewardship, making many children and
teens feel cared and concerned for during this special time of year.
According to Fae Marshall,Marketing
& Strategy Business Development Manager for the company, “Thank you
for enabling Retarus to participate in your program this year. We had
so much fun and we had 90 percent employee participation. We just
delivered the gifts today to the Bergen County Children Protective
Services. We look forward to working with you in the new year with
other volunteering projects.
There is still a little time left for you or your company to follow in the footsteps of this amazing company. Sign up for All Wrapped Up now and make the holidays special for someone else.
A special thank you to Lee Perla Jewelers at the Shops at
Riverside who will be graciously hosting a holiday shopping experience on December
5th and 6th that will be benefitting the Volunteer
Center’s All Wrapped Up Holiday Giving Program.Wanting to give back to the community, Lee Perla chose our Bergen County
based program as a way to support almost 3,500 people in need this holiday season.
Lee Perla Jewelers wants to honor their customers by making
this donation on their behalf.“The All Wrapped Up Program provides tremendous assistance to local residents in need so
it was especially important for us during this time of year to support this
community effort,” said Joanne Lee, owner of Lee Perla Jewelers.“I look forward to a great holiday season and
hope our clients will join us to ensure the program is an even greater success