May 21, 2018
This coming August will mark Equity’s 29th anniversary. Four years ago, as it came time to celebrate our 25th anniversary, we challenged ourselves to complete twenty-five acts of service as way of celebrating. This has continued throughout the years with the acts ranging from volunteering at Amos House, participating in First Book Campaign, The Walking Bus, and any other event or charity we’ve felt passionate about. After all, what better way is there to celebrate nearly thirty years of success in the title business than by giving back to the community that helped get us here?
We’re not just in business for the sake of business. We want to have a transformative effect on our people and the people with whom they come in contact with. We don’t lack for those willing to do the work. In most cases, there’s even a surplus. That’s why instead of pursuing a set number of acts of kindness, everyone at Equity will continually volunteer their time throughout the year. With the only goal being to help better our community and hopefully inspire others to take up the call as well.
Equity Cares, as we now call it, is the culmination of the culture of charity that lives and breathes in our office. While there are many reasons that we’ve not only maintained our level of business but continued to improve and innovate upon it, there’s no denying that the heart of the people is the heart and soul of Equity. Each time we embark on an act of service that they themselves choose, whether they’re foundations we’ve already worked with in the past, or entirely new organizations, we’re forming new relationships in the process.
We share these stories and examples of our coworkers in the hopes that it will show both the normalcy in being hesitant, and hopefully inspire others to give back to their community in some way. There isn’t any other feeling like it in the world. And with Equity Cares, this is only the beginning.
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