P1 Cares

9
Mar

PrincetonOne RPO—Freezin’ For A Reason

On March 3, 12 members of our Indianapolis RPO team and their families participated in the Polar Plunge to benefit Special Olympics Indiana. Raising more than $1,700, our colleagues joined hundreds of Hoosiers and took the plunge in Eagle Creek Park to support sports training and athletic competitions for more than 13,000 Special Olympics Indiana athletes.

7
Mar

PrincetonOne RPO—Cycling For A Cause

27 enthusiastic and energetic members of the PrincetonOne RPO team recently participated in a 50-minute indoor cycling class at CycleBar® in Northwest Indianapolis. The event raised nearly $1,000 for Camptown, an organization providing outdoor adventure and nature programs designed to change the lives of under-privileged youth. Serving more than 3,000 young Hoosiers annually, Camptown’s mission is to challenge and mentor

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2
Mar

PrincetonOne RPO—Raising Awareness of Rare Diseases

On February 28, members of the PrincetonOne RPO team in Indianapolis helped raise awareness of Rare Diseases and the National Organization for Rare Disorders. Wearing the organization’s colors of pink, blue and green, team members shared facts, information and resources about various rare diseases. An annual event taking place on the last day of February each year, the main objective

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25
Dec

PrincetonOne Austin – Helping Curb Hunger in Central Texas

Our PrincetonOne colleagues in Austin recently held a food drive which resulted in more than 300 pounds of food for the Central Texas Food Bank. Their donations will help provide 213 meals for fellow Austinites at risk of hunger. On December 14, the team delivered the food and enjoyed a gratifying day of sorting, packing and stacking nearly 11,000 pounds

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25
Dec

PrincetonOne Philadelphia – Giving Back to Neighbors in Need

Several of our colleagues accompanied by members of their families spent a rewarding evening earlier this week volunteering at Philabundance’s Hunger Relief Center in South Philadelphia. By the end of their shift, The PrincetonOne team and several other volunteers inspected, sorted and packed 5,000 pounds of peanut butter and jelly which will be distributed to local neighbors in need. The

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