Business should not just be about making money. It should be about the people being impacted by the business. Most businesses have a physical location. A good company prioritizes the people of that area. Most people do this by making sure that a majority of the employees come from the local area. This is a good way of putting people first in the business. What about those not lucky to land a job with the company in question?
USHEALTH advisors are changing the trend in business. Instead of just impacting the area in which they are by providing jobs, they go an extra mile to help other people. This they do through a program they refer to as H.O.P.E. Helping Other People Every day, H.O.P.E is an initiative inspired by the current CEO and president of Troy McQuagge.
The Idea of H.O.P.E was conceived in the aftermath of hurricane Katrina. Under the leadership of Troy McQuagge USHEALTH partnered with Phoenix of New Orleans to build homes in the areas that were most affected by the hurricane. After the completion of this project, they ventured into another; helping needy babies. Through H.O.P.E, Troy McQuagge saw the donation of millions towards a non-profit organization that rescues children. Using the money donated to them, they bought the babies shoes, clothes and other needed items.
H.O.P.E is not just about the president of USHEALTH calling for corporate mass action. It’s about inspiring others to live a life of helping others as much as they can. For this reason, Troy McQuagge came up with ways to inspire employees to live a life of H.O.P.E. He has created platforms that allow employees to practise H.O.P.E at a personal level. This has seen many employees embrace the culture.
Mr Starke, the chief marketing officer at H.O.P.E says because stuff members are inspired to help others every day, they requested that a container be put at the entrance of their meeting room so they can contribute towards H.O.P.E at will. This has seen them raise money that H.O.P.E has used in donations towards the needy. Read more about Troy McQuagge USHealth at resumonk.com
The whole point of practicing H.O.P.E is that you leave an impact in your area of business; individually and as a corporation. Read:https://about.me/troymcquagge
Keith Mann is a philanthropist and a highly respected businessman. He has been working at finding executives for various companies for over a decade. The company that he founded, Dynamics Search Partners, was started in 2001. For that year, the company was solely concentrating on identifying executives for companies in every industry. In 2002, Mann thought it might be a good idea to narrow their client base. He saw a big opening in private equity and hedge funds. Keith Mann realized that there was not anyone else that was helping these firms to identify potential executives.
Keith Mann jumped into this and in the past 15 years, DSP has successfully match 2 thousand individuals to firms. They are also known for having one of the largest databases of executives and firms in the world. Because of this list, DSP is able to operate globally and currently they are concentrating on North America, Asia and Europe.
The Scholarship is for 5 thousand dollars and any graduating senior is allowed to apply. The application requires a 1 thousand word essay that explains how a college degree would allow them to achieve their future professional goals.
The article from Business Wire explains that the goal of Uncommon Charter schools is to allow low income students to have the same level of education has high income students. They believe strongly that this will change the dynamics of poverty and race and it will also allow people to escape the claws the teeth of poverty and crime. The Uncommon School system now has 44 charter public schools in the northeastern United States area.
As a practicing dentist from Old Bridge, New Jersey, Avi Weisfogel has always had a passion for oral health education. Son of a cardiologist, he has lived in New Jersey his whole life with his wife and six children.
While New Jersey dentists are required to take 40 hours of continuing education every other year, Avi Weisfogel has made a point of always being at the cutting edge of dental treatments and procedures.
“If there’s a better way to do a root canal, I’m gonna learn how to do it. If there’s a better way to place implants I’m gonna learn how to do it,” Dr. Weisfogel said.
Avi Weisfogel’s experience as a father has also leant a deep concern of the well-being of children. As he sees it, it’s our responsibility to see that all children receive proper care as if they were our own. Young people need to have hope that their condition will improve.
This is what makes the GoFundMe campaign for Operation Smile so important.
Operation Smile focuses on raising awareness and providing care for children suffering with cleft lip and palate deformities. Founded by Bill and Kathy McGee in 1982 after a cleft repair mission in the Philippines, they realized a deep international need for their expertise.
Affecting 1 in 700 babies annually, causes for cleft lip and cleft palate are largely unknown. This is why Operation Smile works so hard to establish chapters and foundations worldwide. They strive to make every country self-sufficient in the field of cleft surgeries, providing care for families and administering educational programs. As of now, they have provided over 200,000 free surgeries and over 3.5 million patient evaluations.
Now with Avi Weisfogel’s support through GoFundMe, the organization will be one step closer to achieving their goals. Check out Avi’s educational YouTube video below!