CGI was awarded Corporate Volunteer of the Year for the Salvation Army Chicago Metropolitan Division for 2016. Salvation Army representatives attended an award presentation ceremony at CGI’s Oak Brook headquarters on Wednesday, June 28, 2017.
CGI employees have volunteered more than 400 hours with the Salvation Army through events such as the Good Neighbor Radiothon, Midway Citadel restoration painting, donation drives and making fleece-tie blankets for the Chicagoland homeless and young women in their Anne’s House program. The nomination for CGI was submitted by Divisional Planned Giving
“One of CGI’s core company values is Good Corporate Citizenship and our employees truly take that to heart,” said JoAnna Sohovich, CEO, Chamberlain Group. “The Salvation Army is an organization renowned for making a difference in all of our communities. We are honored to receive this award and look forward to continuing our partnership with the Salvation Army and service to the Chicagoland area communities.”
The Salvation Army’s Volunteer of the Year award recognizes volunteers who have partnered with the Salvation Army to Do The Most Good in the communities they serve.