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News : Qualfon Employees Donate 26,366 Hours of Service
US, Feb, 2015 -- Qualfon, a people-driven business process outsourcing (BPO) company and global provider of contact center services, announces that roughly 11,086 of its employees volunteered 26,366 hours of service to more than 45 charitable organizations and non-profit agencies across four countries during the 2014 calendar year.
The 26,366 hours of donated time and volunteer service stem from Qualfon’s Give@Work program, which focuses on building relationships with schools, charitable organizations, and non-profit agencies in the communities where Qualfon operates contact centers. Through these relationships, Qualfon sponsors events and activities that serve the needs of the local people. Some of the 2014 Give@Work activities included building homes and classrooms, rehabilitation projects after natural disasters, environmental sustainability projects, and spending time with children and the elderly.
"We collaborated with partner institutions to help transform communities, working with people of all ages, caring for the poor and sick, and running projects related to education, environment, health and construction. We also invested in our volunteers, helping them develop new skills, increasing their professional experience, growing their self-esteem and improving their personal lives," said Sanchez Mejorada. "This volunteer work illustrates how our Qualfon family fosters compassion, empathy, tolerance, gratitude, responsibility and a sense of community through our STRIDES company values: Service, Teamwork, Results, Integrity, Dignity, Encouragement and Spirituality."
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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Published: Monday, February 2, 2015