This past weekend Businessolver had the honor of sponsoring an event that helped shed light on and raise money for Iowans impacted by blood cancers. The second annual Blood, Sweat & Beers 5k Run/Walk was held at the Iowa State Fairgrounds and 25 Businessolver employees participated.
Businessolver continues to focus on supporting AHeinz 57 Pet Rescue in Des Moines and Freedom Service Dogs in Denver for our Q3 charities. Throughout the quarter we have been able to talk with many employees about their pet adoption experiences and the positive impact it’s left on them. These organizations are making a huge difference in our furry friends’ lives.
Throughout Quarter 3 this year, Businessolver and its employees are supporting dog rescue and two organizations making a difference in Des Moines and Denver – AHeinz57 Pet Rescue and Freedom Service Dogs. Today’s Solver Story comes from Andrew Foley, Businessolver Client Relationship Specialist. Andrew shares his personal dog rescue story and encourages others to foster dogs as a way to help the community and furry friends.
Throughout Q2 of 2016 Businessolver and its employees have been supporting JDRF, an organization focused on finding a cure for Type 1 Diabetes. We want to share meaningful stories that will inspire and engage people, as well as heighten awareness of our quarterly charity. Understanding our mission, Kevin Christopher, a Client Relationship Specialist at Businessolver, wanted to share his story!
The temperature was low but spirits were high as thousands walked or ran at the JDRF One Walk this past weekend at the Iowa State Fairgrounds. As most people know, when you’re supporting a cause close to your heart, temperature doesn’t matter. That was exactly the case as a team of almost 50 Businessolver employees worked to turn Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) into Type None.
Juvenile or Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) is a life-altering disease. It’s serious and affects more than just the person diagnosed. As Businessolver continues to support JDRF in Q2, we want to share Lauren Levis’ story. Lauren is a Professional Development Program Representative and shares how she discovered she has T1D.“May 9