Franchising Gives Back
“Our veterans, no matter how much time they spend in uniform, devote some or all of their lives looking out for us. It’s time we help take care of them. Many are elderly and for medical reasons are unable to do things for themselves,” said Angela Olea, Assisted Living Locators CEO RN.
Assisted Living Locators senior care advisors are strengthening and supporting the veteran’s community by offering free services, resources and guidance to help senior veterans and families find the best care solutions. Here are some of the inspiring ways they are giving back.
For Mother’s Day 2020, RNR Tire Express in Tampa, Florida decided to go the extra mile to spread kindness and hope during these chaotic times. RNR Tire Express, the nation’s fastest-growing tire and custom wheel franchise, began accepting submissions for a contest to give away a brand-new car to a deserving mother.
Premium Service Brands Donates 200 Backpacks of Food to Local Families in Albemarle County Public School District Amid COVID-19
Through the home services franchisor’s charity Kids-Lift, franchisees across the network are encouraging their respective communities to give back through the non-profit to supply food to the families who need it most during these difficult times.
Leaping Above and Beyond for the Community – Big Frog Custom T-Shirts & More Gives Back Amid COVID-19
In a blink of an eye, a quick bite to eat at a favorite locally owned pub or visiting a loved one in an assisted living facility became impossible activities amid stay-at-home orders, while personal protective equipment became a part of our wardrobes. For individuals and businesses alike, the COVID-19 pandemic has shaken up our communities and redefined our day-to-day lives.
Camaraderie Amidst Pandemic
Just outside of Chicago in Mokena and Frankfort, the team at J&J’s Creative Colors has been giving back to local police and fire departments. They have provided free vehicle sanitizing for patrol cars and ambulances, which will help to provide a safe environment for their community heroes. So far, they have made four rounds of cleanings, and will have more planned.
When we started the franchise back in 2007, my original partners and I mutually agreed that giving back was an important investment to make in our neighborhood and our business. We lived in the best city, enjoyed the best staff and a growing clientele, and had access to the best community partners, so it was an easy decision.
Clifford Davison’s Massage Envy in Winchester, VA, closed because of COVID-19 and state-wide mandated closures, is still providing for his business’s employees and the wider community, in acts of franchising giving back.