The practice of social responsibility and conscious capitalism is emerging in many different business areas and Wejungo™ is proud to be part of this movement in the community and giving back.
TERI Inc., a 501(c)3 charity, is a California organization serving individuals with autism and other developmental and learning disabilities and their families since 1980. TERI provides educational,
residential, respite, life planning, fitness, equestrian, and many other
programs for individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities.
Recently, the Wejungo team assisted with some landscaping needs at TERI’s equestrian center, toured the facility and the future grounds for their main campus, met other volunteers and heard more about the inspiring work TERI does with their students.
This volunteer flyer on TERI’s website outlines all the different ways you
can get involved with TERI; from administration and school assistance, to equestrian and agriculture support to participating in training and education activities and how to donate.
Being active in the community is good for business for several reasons; it gives employees a sense of purpose and commitment and can help with recruitment and retention when employees know that community involvement is a top priority at their organization.
What organizations in your community inspire you?
To learn more about all the amazing work that TERI Inc. is doing, you can visit their website, https://www.teriinc.org/.
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