Sat, March 02, 2024

Staffing company keeps employees in the loop by giving back

Families staying at the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Augusta face numerous struggles, but employees with Loop Recruiting found a way to provide those families with a little hope and encouragement.

Loop staffing gives back to a local charity each month. In February, it was Ronald McDonald House.

Donald King, one of the technical staffing company’s partners, said Loop employees are required to give back to the community. King, who leads nine employees on the contingent staffing team, came up with the idea to complete a monthly community service project throughout 2022. Each month, an employee on the team chooses a local nonprofit to serve, and all nine participate in the project.

In January, the team served at Golden Harvest Food Bank, while in February, they provided about 50 grab-and-go bags and St. Patrick’s Day décor for families at the Ronald McDonald House. Each bag contained a drink and snacks.

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“We rate all of our employees at the end of the year on their community involvement,” he said. “It’s pretty much expected.”

For March, King said the team is considering serving Heritage Academy on Greene Street.

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