Atlanta Habitat for Humanity: IDology’s Latest Philanthropy Initiative

Giving back to the community is an essential part of the IDology culture. Because of this, we have integrated philanthropy into our core business model. This includes leveraging IDology’s people, technology and resources to help improve communities both locally and around the world.

Our goal is to promote a culture of caring and help our team members give back in meaningful ways. On top of company-wide philanthropic events and initiatives, IDology team members are entitled to paid time-off for volunteer projects of their choice. These programs enable our team members to become agents of change, spreading our culture of care throughout the communities in which we live and work.

Recently, IDology team members endured the grueling Atlanta summer heat and humidity to help a much deserving family in our community.

Volunteers met early to receive their assignments from their build leader. This build was different than previous builds volunteers have participated in; Habitat has recently begun renovating homes alongside with building them. One group of IDology volunteers were tasked with taking out all of the drywall and insulation and placing it into appropriate roll-off containers. Another group was tasked with taking out the hundreds of drywall screws that were left in the ceilings and walls.

The best part about the day, along with doing something truly meaningful for a family, was the comradery between IDology team members. Four departments were represented. Not only did they help out a family in need, they were able to connect on a more personal level outside of the office (and enjoy some delicious and well-deserved pizza at lunch).

“It’s great that I can combine my time at work and use it towards a philanthropic cause that benefits a family,” said Cindy Holeva. “It’s important to always give back to the community. Habitat is one of my favorite philanthropic initiatives because it does something extremely personal for a family. Spending time with my co-workers, having fun and working together while doing something meaningful for a family were the highlights of my day!”

To learn more about how you can get involved with Habitat for Humanity in your area, please visit Habitat.org.

If you take philanthropy as serious as we do here at IDology, be sure to check out our current openings.

 

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