Giving Back to the Senior Community
The Community Engagement team in our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee brought some holiday cheer, togetherness, and gifts to residents of an independent senior living community in Reno. Led by McDonald Carano Accounting Specialist Gerarda Mendoza-Martinez, we organized a gift and wrapping project in our Reno office. Attorney Kelci Binau, Co-Chair of our DEI Committee, delivered her smiles and our gifts to residents of Holiday Sky Peaks.
Our DEI Community Engagement team also inspired McDonald Carano’s participation in many community outreach activities during the holiday season, including the Adopt-A-Family program provided by the Boys & Girls Club of Truckee Meadows, a school supplies and holiday toy drive for students of Howard Wasden Elementary School, and an evening meal service program at the Las Vegas Rescue Mission. Our DEI Committee integrates DEI into how we work every day, conduct our business, and participate in community and philanthropic service.
Pictured, left to right, Enrichment Life Coordinator Jennifer Leon, resident Richard P., Kelci Binau, Community Sales Manager John Murphy, and resident Nancy B.
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