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HandsOn@Work develops and delivers flexible, team-oriented volunteer experiences for companies large and small by offering customizable, efficient, and meaningful ways to mobilize employees into the community.
HandsOn@Work provides an identification of nonprofits and causes that match the civic interests of each company. Then HandsOn designs a personalized project that meets the company's budgeted cost and scope
HandsOn will then manage all project logistics, from buying nuts and bolts to building vendor relations. They will fully coordinate for corporate team members on the day of the project, and provide an evaluation of the community impact of the project.
HandsOn has seen that their teambuilding days build morale, and develop leadership. Participation as a business lends to a stronger business reputation and a quantifiable community impact.
For more information on HandsOn@Work volunteer projects, contact through the form on this page to begin the conversation.
Custom projects vary in cost, but typically companies should budget $80 per person for a multi-hour custom project. The money goes to buying project supplies and to the logistics of running the project.
"HandsOn is able to identify where the highest need is in the region and allow Genworth employees to address those needs during June and throughout the year." - Genworth
"Working with HandsOn Greater Richmond was a valuable experience for our firm. Playing a part in revitalizing Blackwood Elementary School gave us first-hand experience in helping make a difference to the students and surrounding community." - Troutman Sanders
"Given the time pressures typical in a large law firm, not everyone could afford to take time off-site, but HandsOn arranged for our folks to assemble school supply kits, creatively providing an opportunity for greater participation." - Troutman Sanders