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August 2, 2013
After attending United Way's State of the Community event in June, employees from Loveland-based Hach Company were inspired to take action. They reached out to two United Way nonprofit impact partners working in the areas of self-sufficiency and financial stability with one simple question: what can we do to help?
The result is a new partnership with Project Self-Sufficiency and Homeless Gear's Hand Up employment program with an inspiring vision: Help to break the cycle of poverty and improve the community we live in, while also gaining incredible Hach team members.
Hach will provide a streamlined application process for participants and graduates of the nonprofit programs, as well as ongoing coaching and mentorship. They will also provide feedback to the nonprofits about the skills and abilities needed for program participants to succeed in their careers.
“At Hach, we believe that actions speak louder than words,” said Chris Westlake, Director of Service at Hach Company. “It was time for Hach to step up and increase our support to help break the cycle of poverty in our community. We want to do our part to empower people to change their lives and the lives of their families.”
Thanks to the employees of Hach Company for all they do to LIVE UNITED!
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