Helping people…in the Community
Since its inception, AliCares has delivered thousands of masks to Friends of Boston Homeless, and donated volunteer hours to over 200 employees so they can serve these local organizations, including the Dedham Food Pantry, Friends of Boston’s Homeless, Community Servings, Cradles to Crayons, City to Saddle, Rescuing Leftover Cuisine, 110 Fitness throughout the year.
AliCares is a natural extension of AliMed’s commitment to “helping people help people” in the healthcare community, formalizing its longstanding tradition of service.
Christian Marten (at left) and the Engineering team show their community spirit after a shift of sorting and packing children’s clothing in the Giving Factory at Cradles to Crayons.
Long-distance giving—Regional Business Director Tom Glass wheels in a newly donated Rollator at the Loan Locker in Simsbury, Conn., a donation and loan center for used medical supplies for patients in need.
CEO Adam Epstein takes charge of re-stocking duties at Dedham Food Pantry.
AliMed’s Senior Leadership Team shows teamwork really does make the dream work as they unload 5,000 lbs. of food at Dedham Food Pantry.
VP of IT Dave Bennett takes a tech timeout to stock up the canned goods area at Dedham Food Pantry.
Helping people help people is no sweat with teammates—volunteers (from left) Eileen Michaels, Zinet Bame, H. Chou, Rich Clemente, Chris Kaye, and Christian Marten strike a pose after a morning of heavy lifting at the Dedham Food Pantry.
Zinet Bame and H. Chou are all smiles as they unpack a shipment of fresh veggies for families in need at the Dedham Food Pantry.
Making a new house a home—MarCom staffer JoAnn Reilly bags up Housewarming Gift Totes for the Friends of Boston’s Homeless.
Food really does heal—just ask our colleagues at EquiFit, who helped prep and package meals for chronically ill clients with the team at Community Servings.