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Local impact

Our caring counts® philosophy begins at home. Our activities committee is charged with developing programs that engage colleagues, foster teambuilding, and generate goodwill. They create valuable leadership opportunities, bring our teams closer together and allow us to positively impact our communities – all while benefiting local charities. Our committees organize colleague activities that support organizations and people in need. Some examples include:
  •  Mid-Ohio Food Bank – Every year, the CompManagement Partner Companies generously supports the Mid-Ohio Food Bank to help local residents struggling with hunger. During the 2017 Operation Feed campaign, we were pleased to be able to donate $5,329 and an additional 311 pounds of food to help support Operation Feed.
  • American Heart Association – In support of the American Heart Association's Heart Walk, our colleagues walked either one or three miles, and with the assistance of other fundraising activities, we raised $1,000 to the Heart Walk for 2017.
  • Other local efforts – Our colleagues assist with many other efforts throughout the year

National efforts through our Sedgwick family and colleagues

  • Holiday giving – Sedgwick’s 2017 holiday campaign demonstrated our gratitude to first responders around the world for their generosity of spirit and commitment to showing how “caring counts” during the most uncertain times. We also profiled colleagues and their family members across all of our brands who served as volunteer first responders. We donated $50,000 to Gary Sinise Foundation’s First Responders Outreach program in the U.S. and charities assisting first responders in Canada, Ireland and the U.K.
  • Getting active for a cause – Sedgwick supports a culture of health and well-being and is committed to fostering a healthy workforce. In May 2017, Sedgwick colleagues participated in a 70,000 mile wellness challenge to support the Given Limb Foundation. Participants walked and ran throughout the month and tracked their mileage and Sedgwick donated $15,000 to the cause. The organization is dedicated to improving the lives of individuals with amputations or diminished use of their limbs, particularly our wounded military, through program support, adaptive accommodations and outreach.