At InfoTrust, we believe in leveraging our success to give back to the communities in which our team members live and work. Through our nonprofit organization, the InfoTrust Foundation, we create miracles centered around these causes. As part of this effort, we recently formed a partnership with Boys and Girls Club (B&GC) in our Cincinnati office with the goal to improve the health of underserved youth by showing them fun and easy games they can play together and bringing healthy foods.
Over the course of several weeks, InfoTrust employees hosted field games for kids in grades K-3 at the local Boys & Girls Club center. The kids played jump rope, participated in relay races, and other fun and engaging activities all while nibbling on healthy snacks and interacting with various InfoTrusters. The second week, InfoTrust hosted a kickball game for kids in grades 4-12. The older kids loved the chance to compete against not only their peers but also InfoTrusters.
Throughout both events, the kids and InfoTrusters were excited by the opportunity to get to know each other and play games.
Overall, the event was a huge success and the Foundation hopes to repeat it in the future.
“My time at Boys & Girls Club reminds me why I was attracted to InfoTrust in the first place,” said Data Integration Engineering Team Lead Adam Warniment. “It gives me a social purpose beyond business objectives.”
VP of Social Impact and Massive Transformational Purpose Stacey Shiring added, “In a world where every action echoes through time, InfoTrust is committed to shaping a legacy of purpose and impact. We believe that businesses must not merely exist, but thrive with a sense of responsibility toward their team, clients, and community. Our journey is a testament to our dedication to becoming the gold standard of an impact brand, leading by example, and inspiring others to join us in crafting a future that uplifts rather than diminishes generations to come.”