Changing Corporate Culture:
Biking For Orphans Across the World
Genetics Institute of America (GIA) takes pride in the community we are a part of and has created a corporate culture that aims to play a greater role in community solutions. Local communities are suffering and, without support from their businesses, will continue to decline and waste away in paralyzing cycles of homelessness, childhood trauma and hunger. Genetics Institute of America refuses to stand by. We are convinced that by putting in the work, we help contribute to the revitalization of our local community, specifically within initiatives that focus on the individuals and families we serve. This series will delve into the philanthropic efforts of Genetics Institute and how we strive to change lives every single day.
DELRAY BEACH, FL – To take another needed step towards every child having a loving home, Genetics Institute of America was a presenting sponsor at the Ride for Orphans on Saturday, April 22nd bringing light and hope to orphans all over the world. This event is a vital fundraising opportunity for organizations who work with orphans and foster children: church locations in Chad, Malawi, Haiti, India and local South Florida foster care organizations, 4KIDS of South Florida and Place of Hope at The Leighan and David Rinker Campus.
No matter if they were a cycling aficionado or just a casual rider, riders and volunteers had the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of orphans around the world and children in foster care right here in the local community. Last year, the Ride for Orphans had over 900 riders, spectators and volunteers join to raise over $100,000.
Genetics Institute of America and their team would love to have you join us in supporting the Ride for Orphans! Find out how you can make a difference and get riding at the next one at http://www.ride4orphans.com/.