GAI 60th-Anniversary Corporate Giving Campaign

2018 marks GAI’s 60th anniversary and we’re celebrating by sharing our success with the communities where we live, work, and play.


Through a year-long corporate giving campaign dubbed ’60 for 60,’ GAI employees have come together to take part in charitable activities ranging from working 60 minutes at a community garden to donating school supplies for 60 local students. Our company has a long history of giving and volunteerism, and the ‘60’ theme of this special initiative represents just a starting point—employee efforts often surpass any pre-set goals. Below you’ll find a sampling of 60 for 60 events around GAI as well as a display of our 60 for 60 Flickr gallery.

While GAI’s 60th anniversary concludes in December, our 60 for 60 campaign is just part of our company’s continuous effort to give back to our neighbors. And the 60 for 60 corporate giving campaign has gone beyond helping charitable organizations: GAI’s employees have gained the fulfillment, gratification, and sense of shared purpose that comes from helping others in need.

GAI has inspired employees, friends, family, and clients to get involved by continuously documenting our 60 for 60 activities on Facebook, Flickr, and Twitter using #60for60. Connect with us on social media to find out more about GAI’s 60th anniversary and our many celebratory giving activities.

GAI’s Administrative Support staff around the company crafted handmade blankets for donation to organizations local to each GAI office.
GAI-Erlanger, KY staff and their families spent a day cleaning up the banks of the Ohio River during the Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission’s ‘River Sweep’ event.
GAI-Jacksonville, FL staff completed a supply drive for K9s For Warriors—the leading organization placing service dogs with veterans.
GAI’s Pittsburgh-area human resources volunteers helped stock and organize classrooms at Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Science Center.
GAI-Palm Beach Gardens, FL staff and their families spent an afternoon gleaning tomatoes for food banks through their local United Way chapter, took part in their local March of Dimes’ ‘March for Babies’ 3k walk, and participated in a Juno Beach cleanup with the Loggerhead Marine Life Center.
GAI staff in Murrysville, PA volunteered to pack food staple boxes at the Westmoreland County food bank.
Cultural Resources staff gathered in GAI-Pittsburgh’s archaeology lab for a ‘Shear the Beard’ event to raise funds for United Way. One staffer grew out an impressive beard, then coworkers collected cash to see the whiskers shaved off!
Volunteers from GAI’s Indianapolis and Fishers, IN offices planted ‘door gardens’ to benefit the Shepherd Community Center in Indianapolis.
GAI Executive and Corporate leaders collected supplies for children attending Barrett Elementary School in Homestead, PA.

 

60 for 60 Charitable Campaign (2018)

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