P1 Cares

19
Jul

PrincetonOne is Taking a Stand Against Bullying

To help further their “Year of the Children” mission, our Cleveland office raised money to support bullying awareness. Their contributions were donated to Stand for the Silent, a program that addresses the issue of school bullying with engaging, factual and emotional methodology.  Stand for the Silent was founded in 2010 by a group of high school students in Oklahoma who

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3
Jul

Taking a Stand to Raise Alzheimer’s Awareness

Our RPO team in Indianapolis went purple in June to support Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month, and to honor the 50 million people living with Alzheimer’s and other dementias worldwide. A degenerative brain disease that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior, Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia. To learn more, please visit https://www.alz.org/abam/overview.asp. #ENDALZ

29
Jun

Leading Under-Privileged Young Hoosiers To A Better Path

For the second straight year, our Indianapolis associates spent a rewarding day volunteering with approximately 40 inner city students at Camptown. This local organization helps build confidence, character and hope for children through outdoor adventure and nature programs. Our team had a great time canoeing, hiking, playing games and fishing with the students. To learn more about Camptown, visit their

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26
Apr

PrincetonOne Cares About Plastic Pollution

On Saturday April 21, associates from our PrincetonOne RPO team, accompanied by members of their families, participated in an Earth Day 5K run/walk in downtown Indianapolis. The race was part of the Earth Day Indiana Festival, which is the largest one-day environmental event in the state. The theme of Earth Day 2018 was to end plastic pollution. Racers were encouraged

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23
Apr

PrincetonOne Making a Positive Impact on the Environment

In celebration of Earth Day, home office employee, Kristin Resinski, participated in Clean Ocean Action’s annual Beach Sweep in North Wildwood, New Jersey with members of her family. Over 30 volunteers spent the morning filling dozens of trash bags with garbage collected from the shoreline. The most commonly found item? Plastic in every form: drink bottles and cups, straws, plastic wrap,

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