by Stacy Collins July 26, 2017   /   Community | /   Culture

On a beautiful Saturday morning in June, nearly 50 Epsilon/Conversant associates dedicated their time, energy and sweat to making a difference by participating in Chicago’s largest day of community service – the Chicago Cares Serve-a-Thon. Each year, Chicago Cares mobilizes 5,000 volunteers throughout Chicagoland to make an impact in communities through beautification projects in Chicago Public Schools, parks and senior assisted living centers.

Epsilon/Conversant volunteers spent the day at Johnnie Colemon Elementary Academy, painting the auditorium, building and staining benches, creating a tile mosaic to promote school pride, and sprucing up the school’s blacktop by painting a map of the world and the U.S., as well as Twister and hopscotch games.


See more Serve-a-Thon photos on Facebook.

It was a fantastic day that fostered communication, collaboration and teamwork among colleagues from different offices, all while contributing to a great cause.

This is my fifth year organizing Epsilon/Conversant’s corporate participation in the Serve-a-Thon. I’m proud to work for a company that not only cultivates a culture of volunteerism, but is also active in supporting corporate social responsibility across all offices.

Thanks, Epsilon/Conversant and Alliance Data!


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