Group 1001 Employees Making a Difference in Waltham

For Group 1001 employees, volunteering is part of their DNA. They volunteer their time to improve the communities where they live and work.  

In December, theWaltham, MA,office conducted a fooddrive tobenefit Healthy Waltham, a non-profit organization focused on addressing the food insecurity needs in the City of Waltham. Healthy Waltham’s vision is to foster a community of wellness where all people have the opportunity and support to thrive and prosper. An impressive20 boxes of food donations were contributed by Group 1001 employees to Healthy Waltham and delivered to the organization for their December 22 foodpantry.  

In addition to the food contributions, Group 1001 employees and their family members volunteered at the food pantryon that day, and also coordinated a $1,000 donation.  

Building on December’s efforts, in February, nine members of the Law & Compliance team volunteered at Healthy Waltham. The team helped check people in, track carts, distribute food, and replenish tables. In March, to celebrate Employee Appreciation Day, the Waltham office volunteered at the Healthy Waltham food pantry, packing pantry items and distributing them to families in need. 

“I amproud of our employees who contributed their time and generous donations, and I think at the end of the day we all benefited from everything that was accomplished for such a good cause,” said Jayne Korowski, Group 1001 Vice President, Human Resources and Talent Acquisition. 

About Healthy Waltham  

Healthy Waltham focuses on improving the health outcomes of the city’s most vulnerable through the development of nutrition improvement programs, as well as programs that encourage physical activity and provide access to healthy foods. 

For more information, visit https://healthywaltham.org/

search
date filter
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat

Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation and Group 1001 Partner with Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County to Open Youth Development Park

On Tuesday, May 16th, the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation (CRSF) and Group 1001 proudly cut the ribbon on a new Youth Development Park in West Palm Beach, Florida, in partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County. The state-of-the-art facility is equipped with synthetic turf and provides an outdoor recrea...

Celebrating Mother's Day

The story of how Nick Sanchez became a race car driver starts with his mom, Shanie Sanchez, and a Google search. From the time Nick was a small child, he wanted to drive anything with four wheels and an engine: the family's John Deere, ATV, golf cart, etc. So, as Nick tells it, Shanie got on Google and searched, “...

Group 1001 President and CEO Dan Towriss commits $2 million to YMCA of Muncie

YMCA of Muncie has kicked off the public phase of a $28.5 million capital campaign. The organization plans to build a new facility on the campus of Muncie Central High School in partnership with Muncie Community Schools, IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital, and Ball State University, among others.

It was a $2 million donat...

Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation’s Hosts Annual Aspire Gala; Group 1001 CEO and President Speaks at Event

The Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation (CRSF) held its 19th annual Aspire Gala at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront on March 25. The event honors leaders from the fields of sports, entertainment, and business and continued the tradition of honoring those who are truly making a difference in the lives of others. This was the fo...

Group 1001 and Indy Women in Tech Sponsor the Indiana Robotics State Championship at Lucas Oil Stadium

Group 1001 and Indy Women in Tech (IWiT) were proud to sponsor the Indiana Robotics State Championship on March 25 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. The competition is the largest state championship in the country, gathering over 300 robotics teams from elementary, middle, and high schools across the state.

Joe Hog...

EMPOWERIndy

Women in Tech Hosted Their Inaugural EMPOWERIndy Expo

Indy Women in Tech (IWiT) kicked off Women’s History Month by hosting the inaugural EMPOWERIndy Expo, presented by TechPoint. EMPOWERIndy is an event aimed to provide women currently in or interested in the tech sector with better access to jobs, leadership, and workshop opportunities.

Women from all around Indiana spe...

Max Siegel, the CEO of USA Track & Field and Owner of Rev Racing, Speaks About Black History Month

This February during Black History Month, we’re making it a priority to spotlight our African-American partners and employees that are making a difference! Max Siegel, the CEO of USA Track & Field and Owner of Rev Racing, has had a long and distinguished career that has taken him all over the world representing eli...

Sanchez Rev Racing Car

Gainbridge Sponsors Rev Racing’s New Full-Time Truck Entry in 2023

Gainbridge, a Group 1001 company, will increase its financial commitment to Rev Racing as it expands into the 2023 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series. Nick Sanchez, the current 2022 ARCA Menards Series Champion and driver in Rev Racing’s NASCAR Drive for Diversity Driver Development Program, will pilot the new No. 2 Gainbri...

CRSF and Group 1001 Open a YDP On the Grounds of Gainbridge Field at McCulloch Park

Muncie, IN. (August 17, 2022) – Yesterday, the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation (CRSF), in partnership with Group 1001 and the City of Muncie, announced the official opening of the Foundation’s Youth Development Park (YDP). This multi-purpose turf park is located on the grounds of Gainbridge Field at McCulloch Park in Muncie...

Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation and Group 1001 Open Four STEM Centers for Nashville Public Schools

Four Nashville schools received state-of-the-art STEM educational products, technology, furniture, and more

Nashville, TN (August 1, 2022) – Last week, the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation, in partnership with Group 1001, announced the opening of new STEM Centers at four Nashville schools. In addition to Group 1001 initiating...