From Caring for Sea Turtles to Supporting Ronald McDonald House Charities, Jackrabbit Shows the Diversity that Keeps Its Community Service Exciting
November 3, 2023 – Charlotte, NC – During September, Jackrabbit Technologies exemplified the best of what Community Service can be. Not only did Jackrabbit participate in three events, it did so in quite diverse areas.
Sea Turtle Walk is Wildly Popular Activity
Jackrabbit kicked off three important community service events with a Sea Turtle Walk focused on learning how to make sure our coastal sea turtles get the best possible care. 120 Jackrabbit employees and their families who traveled to Hilton Head teamed up with the HHI Sea Turtle Patrol to make this exciting evening walk possible. Read more details about the Sea Turtle Walk.
Making Sure Charlotte’s Hungry are Fed
Less than a week later, a team from Jackrabbit worked with Second Harvest Food Bank in its Sort-A-Rama Food Packaging Event – a key event in Charlotte’s community service opportunities – and one that has become a tradition for Jackrabbit. Read more details about the Sort-A-Rama event.
Supporting Children in Need of Medical Care and Their Families
About a week later, Jackrabbit made its support for Ronald McDonald House Charities very visible. Jackrabbit is a corporate champion – along with McDonalds – of the Ronald McDonald House whose focus is on helping children. By participating in the annual fund-raising Jerseys & Jewels event, all Ronald McDonald House supporters have the opportunity to amp up their support even more! The event is incredibly fun, but carries a serious undertone of continuing to improve the opportunities available to children in need of medical care, their parents and their siblings. Read more details about the event.
“These activities mean that our employees are quite busy participating in the diverse community service opportunities available to them,” notes Jackrabbit CEO, Mark Mahoney. “Giving back and being one of Charlotte’s very active community service companies is part of our culture. It’s in our DNA.”
“Community Service is one of the most valuable ways we can support the companies, families, and children that we work with and serve daily. It’s also good for each of us because we grow each time we give of ourselves,” adds Mahoney.