Inner City Health Center, has entered into a “Win-Win Partnering” relationship with one of Colorado’s top private employers, All Copy Products. The win-win partnership delivers financial benefits to both partners on top of the impact they are making within our community.
Not only is All Copy Products providing financial support to ICHC, but All Copy Products employees will be joining more than 20 volunteers from the Lions Club of Denver at Inner City Health Center at 3800 York in Denver to help support the Center’s first free vision screening for community members who need eyesight testing. This vision screening, scheduled for August 20th 9 a.m.-5 p.m., was setup and made possible by The Denver Lions Club/Centennial Project, in partnership with Inner City Health Center’s Congregational Health Ministry.
At the free vision screening, patients of all ages can have their eyes refracted with electronic equipment, and optometrists and bi-lingual volunteers will be on-site to assist with vision services and distribute recycled glasses to attendees from all over the Denver Metro area.
“Denver nonprofits need partners like All Copy Products that take this collaborative and organized approach to corporate giving,” said Kraig Burleson, CEO of Inner City Health Center. “This partnership is a game-changer for our organization because it allows us to plan for and use contributions in the most strategic manner possible, ensuring that we’re delivering quality healthcare, vision, dental and behavioral services to as many Coloradans as possible. It’s also helpful to have a pool of volunteers who’s support we know we can depend on.”
“Corporate citizenship is at the very foundation of our culture,” said Brad Knepper, president of All Copy Products. “Employees – particularly the newest generations to join the workforce – are actively seeking employers who take community giving seriously, and win-win partnering takes us well beyond writing a check to staff engagement with programs like the upcoming vision screening.”
This year, All Copy Products’ contributions to Inner City Health Center will be approximately $35,000 and are expected to grow to nearly $60,000 in 2017