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Our Employees Proudly Served in the Name of Dr. King

January 23, 2020 | Our Company
Our Employees Proudly Served in the Name of Dr. King, CDC Small Business

From refreshing the grounds around a historic landmark to providing food and necessities to dozens of homeless people, the employees at CDC Small Business Finance stepped up to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. this week.

Multiple times a year CDC Small Business Finance gives employees the chance to band together to complete projects that benefit local groups in need. 

“CDC hires employees that value giving back to the communities we serve,” said Erin Hebert, executive vice president of administration and human resources. “Volunteering is a cherished part of our culture and we love working together as a group making a difference for others.”

Take a look at some of the scenes as CDC Small Business Finance employees did their part on MLK Day 2020:

Balboa Park in San Diego

Our Employees Proudly Served in the Name of Dr. King, CDC Small Business

Rich Kraus, Laura Grasse and Kurt Chilcott.

Our Employees Proudly Served in the Name of Dr. King, CDC Small Business

April Vercammen and Natalie Moreno lift a tarp filled with brush and pine needles.

Our Employees Proudly Served in the Name of Dr. King, CDC Small Business

Hannah Snowden, Nader Damerji, Natasha Barragan, Capree Waters and Jerralyn Davis plant a flowerbed.

Our Employees Proudly Served in the Name of Dr. King, CDC Small Business

James Toomey doing some heavy lifting.

Our Employees Proudly Served in the Name of Dr. King, CDC Small Business

Letting off steam after a rewarding morning.

Parade for Dr. King in Los Angeles

Our Employees Proudly Served in the Name of Dr. King, CDC Small Business

Marsel Watts with Naleisha Webb of Nay’s Tacos at a Los Angeles King Day parade.

Bags for Homeless People in Riverside

Our Employees Proudly Served in the Name of Dr. King, CDC Small Business

Some of our Riverside team with their families and the boxes of food to be shared. Left back, Kisha Gant, and Natalie Visk; center back, from left to right, Amy Vasquez in stripes, Patty Diaz, Kelly Kincade; back right, April Mitchell. Kneeling, on left, Dina Springer and Denise Garcia; kneeling, on right, Evangelina Vargas.

 

Our Employees Proudly Served in the Name of Dr. King, CDC Small Business

Families joined in to lend a hand in Riverside. (Note: the featured photo on the post shows the team distributing the bags.)

Support for the Orange County Food Bank

Our Employees Proudly Served in the Name of Dr. King, CDC Small Business

Faces in the crowd, er, tree, at the food bank. From left to right: Shelli Hayman, Amy Du, Maribel Avena, Noe Castillo, Tina Henry and Stacey Sanchez. Watching over the tree: Mark Hogan, standing.

Our Employees Proudly Served in the Name of Dr. King, CDC Small Business

Amy Du, front, with Maribel Avena, ready to pack some boxes.

 

Our Employees Proudly Served in the Name of Dr. King, CDC Small Business

No tree for Mark Hogan – he stands alone as Captain Nutrition instead.


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