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Revolution Group Participates in Westerville Caring and Sharing 2016

Each year during the holiday season, Revolution Group adopts a family through the Westerville Caring and Sharing Christmas Project.
The Westerville Caring and Sharing Christmas Project provides more than 200 local families with age-appropriate gifts, clothing, gift cards and food baskets for the holiday season.
This year, Revolution Group raised more than $1,000 in toys, clothing, electronics, cash and gift cards for a Westerville family in need.
“Sponsoring a family is a great way to get the whole team involved in making Christmas wishes come true. Westerville Caring and Sharing 2016 gave us the opportunity to sponsor Christmas for 5 children. Our team members selected and purchased items from the children’s wish lists, and then brought their donations to the office where they were placed under our office tree. The response was outstanding, and we were able to donate extra gift cards and items even beyond what the family requested. A big thank you to all who donated. We have a great team.” From Rick Snide, our CEO.
Revolution Group is committed to making a positive impact on our local community through financial contributions, in -kind services and volunteer support. We carefully select charitable organizations with our corporate core values in mind; positive attitude, do the right thing, extraordinary relationships, lifelong learning, work hard have fun.
As a member of the Westerville business community, one of our primary charitable initiatives is to support families and education in the community furthering our commitment to lifelong learning.
Westerville Caring and Sharing is just such an organization.  Founded in 1988, Westerville Caring and Sharing assists students and families that are qualified for the free or reduced lunch program in the Westerville School District (approximately 4,100 students). Many of the families have suffered job losses or layoffs, have been injured, have become ill, are single parent households, or have two parents working at low wages. Their two main projects are Back to School and the Christmas Project.
To learn how you can get involved in the Westerville Caring and Sharing Christmas Project, please visit their website.