HomeServe Donates More Than $18,000 To The American Cancer Society

Friday, January 23, 2015
From left, Jackie Leach - Accounts Payable coordinator, HomeServe USA; Tom Rusin - CEO, HomeServe USA; Kristen Welton - community manager, American Cancer Society; Isobel Bonar - senior analyst, Compensation and Benefits, HomeServe USA and Michael Szarpa - senior analyst, Finance, HomeServe USA.
From left, Jackie Leach - Accounts Payable coordinator, HomeServe USA; Tom Rusin - CEO, HomeServe USA; Kristen Welton - community manager, American Cancer Society; Isobel Bonar - senior analyst, Compensation and Benefits, HomeServe USA and Michael Szarpa - senior analyst, Finance, HomeServe USA.

Employees from HomeServe USA offices in Norwalk, Ct. and Chattanooga, made donations in support of the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Westport walk.

Employees purchased "Jeans Passes" in increments of $25, $50, $75, or more this past fall for the opportunity to wear jeans to work through the end of 2014.  

HomeServe, a provider of home emergency repair service plans, matched each employee donation.  In total, $18,270 was accumulated and donated to the American Cancer Society to support the fight against breast cancer. 

HomeServe USA’s CEO and employees who participated in the ACS Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk in Sherwood Island Park in Westport, Ct. this past October presented the funds to the American Cancer Society in HomeServe’s Norwalk, Ct. office on Thursday.


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