During this pandemic season, ESOP companies are making a difference, and Blue Ridge wants to recognize those companies and their impact.
Belcam Inc. has pivoted from making perfume to making hand sanitizer for their local community.
Big G Express had one of their truck drivers highlight their ESOP at the White House last week when President Trump recognized all of America's truck drivers.
Harpoon Brewery is turning beer into jugs of hand sanitizer and donating to The Boston Resiliency Fund.
King Arthur Flour has launched an intiative call Goodness Bakes: "a program to keep bakeries running during financially challenging times". To that end they've directed tens of thousands of dollars to purchase bread and other baked goods from King Arthur Flour bakery customers, which they then distribute to ares of need within their local communities - including food pantries, organizations that support unemployed food service workers, homeless populations and more.
McCreary Modern who is normally upholstering furniture has now started production of medical facemasks to support healthcare providers battling the virus’ spread.
Wawa has donated a combined $30,000 to Food Banks through their new foundation which is supporting nonprofit organizations during this season.
If your company has found ways to make a difference during this pandemic season, let us know and we'll share! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or your Blue Ridge ESOP plan administrator.