A JKJ Service Initiative.
JKJ servitude to our greater community.
In January of 2017 JKJ launched our community service initiative “Passion with A Purpose”. As insurance and risk management professionals, our mission statement “Our Passion is your Protection” has become the guiding principle on how we serve our clients and protect their valued assets.
Passion with A Purpose is an extension of our mission statement. Our clients serve across business sectors and our employees become entrenched in our client’s organizations. The Passion with a Purpose initiative allows our employees to take paid time off from work to give back to our community, our client’s community or causes that they are passionate about.
In addition to our financial servitude, this program encourages time and support. Giving to others can improve and protect our mental and physical health in many ways. When we share our time and our talents, we can help solve problems, strengthen communities, connect with others and transform our own lives. The parameters of the program include partnering with co-workers and building service teams. An in-office bulletin board and social media campaigns will highlight our community involvement to inspire others to get involved in ways they may not have imagined.
Synergy Project and the Valley Youth House – January 20, 2020
The Johnson, Kendall and Johnson “Passion with A Purpose” team honored MLK Day with their day of service to the homeless youth in Bucks County. JKJ was able to team up with Synergy Project and the Valley Youth House to support their effort in their outreach to the homeless youth.
Through the generosity of JKJ, its employees and the additional items generously donated by the Aetna’s CVS partnership , we assembled over 200 care packages for homeless youth which were delivered by the JKJ employees to the @Valley Youth House shelter in Warminster. The JKJ Team was also able to assist the shelter with painting, clean up and organizing of their storage space, which is essential to the shelter operating efficiently.
This was a great opportunity to make a difference for many youth that are in need in our area. There are 800 homeless youth in Bucks County alone!
Elmwood Park Zoo/Montgomery County SPCA – January 20, 2020
The JKJ Passion with A Purpose team joined the Montgomery County SPCA and the Elmwood Park Zoo in celebrating MLK Day with a day of service. The team had a great day making toys for the zoo animals, as well as the dogs at the SPCA!