Employee Donations Add Up to 4,000 Cans of Food to Benefit Communities in Need
Seattle, Wash. (March 31, 2014) - Employees at Ensocare – a division of CQuence Health Group – collected cash and food donations equivalent to 4,000 cans of food during the company’s annual food drive. That’s enough cans to stretch around the perimeter of an NCAA basketball court three times.
For the past five years, the company has held local food drives in the various regions it serves. This year, locations included Seattle; Omaha and York, Neb.; Des Moines and Davenport, Iowa; Sioux Falls, S.D.; and Andover, Kan. Donations are given to each local food pantry. “The annual food drive creates some friendly competition among the different regions, but in the end it’s about improving the communities in which we serve,” said Ensocare CEO Wayne Sensor. “Together we are stronger than we are as individuals. I’m so proud that our employees took that philosophy to heart by donating a record high number of cans in our 2014 food drive.”
The food drive is part of a much larger organizational effort dedicated to community service. The company established its corporate citizenship program, CQuence Cares, to provide opportunities for employees to be involved in community outreach programs. Employees have participated in programs for Habitat for Humanity, the Salvation Army and the Ronald McDonald House.
About CQuence Health Group Based in Omaha, Neb., CQuence Health Group is a growing portfolio of health-care companies that improves patient outcomes with innovative products and services. With 30 years of health-care industry experience, CQuence works with companies that benefit from the operational and management expertise provided by a parent organization, and a best-in-class culture of employee engagement and development.
Jill Reeves has more than 27 years of experience in the health-care industry and has worked exclusively in the fields of market research, statistical analysis and health-care interactive marketing. Before joining CQuence Health Group as marketing manager, Jill was director of communications and new media for PRC, a nationwide health-care market research organization.
Jill earned a master's degree in health-care administration from Bellevue University and a bachelor's degree in education from the University of Nebraska in Kearney. She is a published author and avid student of social media and emerging communication trends.