Corporate Caring Challenge 2023

October 28, 2023

In September 2023, a transformative event unfolded in our community – the Corporate Caring Challenge, where businesses joined hands with local nonprofit organizations to create sustainable projects. Orchestrated by The Volunteer Center, this event was more than just a competition; it was a celebration of compassion, collaboration, and the incredible impact that can be made when corporations and nonprofits work hand in hand. On October 19th, the Evening of Champions was a culmination of efforts, where the results were unveiled, and the champions of corporate caring were honored.

The Corporate Caring Challenge was not merely about corporate social responsibility; it was about forging genuine connections. Companies and nonprofits came together, sharing visions and passions, to create projects that would leave a lasting mark on our community. The Volunteer Center played matchmaker, aligning the interests of companies with the needs of nonprofits, ensuring that the projects were not only impactful but also meaningful and sustainable.

In September 2023, teams from participating companies and nonprofits gathered, armed with enthusiasm and a shared purpose. They collaborated, brainstormed, and meticulously planned their projects. From revitalizing local parks to organizing educational workshops, the diversity of initiatives showcased the creativity and dedication of these teams. The streets echoed with the sound of hammers, laughter, and the spirit of camaraderie as these teams brought their projects to life.

As the autumn leaves painted the town in hues of gold, the Evening of Champions arrived. Nonprofit representatives and company teams, dressed in anticipation and pride, filled the venue. Each nonprofit presented their project via videos, weaving stories of transformation and community impact. The room was alive with the energy of change-makers, each tale more inspiring than the last.

Voting took place, and the tension in the air was palpable. Who would be crowned the Corporate Caring Champion of 2023? The announcement resonated through the room, honoring a company whose project stood out for its innovation, sustainability, and, most importantly, its impact on the community. The People’s Choice Award, a testament to the project that captured the hearts of the attendees, was also presented, showcasing the power of community support.

The Corporate Caring Challenge of 2023 was not just an event; it was a beacon of hope and collaboration. It demonstrated that when businesses and nonprofits unite, incredible transformations can happen. The projects created during this challenge were not mere structures of bricks and mortar; they were bridges connecting people, fostering education, and nurturing the environment. As we reflect on this year’s challenge, let us carry the spirit of corporate caring forward, inspiring more businesses to stand up, give back, and create a future where compassion and community are at the heart of every endeavor.

In the tapestry of our community, the Corporate Caring Challenge has woven threads of kindness, empathy, and change. Let these threads bind us together, reminding us that our collective efforts can create a tapestry of a better tomorrow.

CONGRATULATIONS to our 2023 Winners!

WINNER OF PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD — Bill Lusk Studio, Inc. & Family Room Foster Care Resource Center


  • Ace Handyman Services — YMCA Camp Weaver — “Carpet Ball Tables”
  • Assured Partners — Partnership Village/Greensboro Urban Ministry — “Green Cleaning Kits”
  • Bill Lusk Studio, Inc. — Family Room Foster Care Resource Center — “Marketing Photography”
  • Covanta Environmental Solutions — New Arrivals Institute — “Welcome Bench”
  • CT Wilson Construction Company — Well Springs Solutions — “Much-Need Shelving”
  • Four Seasons Town Centre — North Carolina African Services Coalition — “Shelving”
  • LS3P — BackPack Beginnings — “Marketing Help”
  • New Garden Landscaping — Horsepower — “Creating New Space”
  • Paul Davis Restoration of the Triad-East — Community Housing Solutions — “Minor Home Repairs and Ramp Stain”
  • Pinnacle Financial Partners — Red Dog Farm — “Fencing Repairs”
  • Thomas Built Buses — Operation Xcel —”Building a Library”
  • Volvo Group North America — The Servant Center — “Veteran Housing Beautification”
  • WFMY News 2 — Reading Connections — “Reading Libraries”
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