Honoring National Military Appreciation Month
May has been designated National Military Appreciation month – a time when the nation is given the opportunity to demonstrate their appreciation for the sacrifices and successes made by our service members - past and present.
For our company, this month holds special meaning as many of our employees are veterans or have family members who have served or are currently serving, which is why our employees rally together to Remember. Honor. Support.
Remember. Honor. Support.
Remember. Honor. Support. is a company-wide effort in support of NMAM where we give our employees opportunities to get involved in local charitable events across the country that support our military. From working with veteran organizations to clean up local elementary schools to building homes for veterans, we’re committed to honoring service members. Not only are we providing volunteer opportunities, but our company is double matching any charitable donation our full-time employees make to one of our eight military-focused partner organizations throughout the month.
Spotlight on our employee volunteers
Throughout National Military Appreciation month, we are highlighting some of our employees who dedicate their time and energy to giving back to military-focused organizations. During this month, you will find out what inspired these employees to support the military community, some of their most memorable moments volunteering, and also learn how you can get involved with military-focused organizations.
For Kenneth Thompson there is no better way to give back and to serve those who protect us, than by volunteering.
While she no longer wears the uniform, Amber Donnelly often feels as if she never took it off, since she continues to provide support to the men and women who currently serve or have served.
Dave always knew he had the desire to serve his county and continues to do so through volunteering
For Scott Garrison, volunteering provides him with an opportunity to continue giving back to the military community, even though he is no longer on active duty.