Boeing’s Global Month of Service (GMOS), held every July,demonstrates how employees can play a significant role in our global communities beyond our performance as a corporation. Every year thousands of employees around the world give their time and talents to support hundreds of projects that help communities thrive. This year Jeppesen employees from Denver teamed up with their Boeing colleagues from Colorado Springs to work at the Black Forest Fire Restoration project.
The Guadalupe River Park is only a short walk away from the Jeppesen office in San Jose, Calif., and many employees visit there to get steps in for Boeing on the Move, so it seemed the perfect spot to volunteer. The team volunteered their time as part of Boeing's Global Month of Service in July.
Once again, the Jeppesen team in Poland supported the next edition of English Summer Camp 2015, a regional educational charity program that allows the Jeppesen employees to work with young orphans from the area as they create a lively atmosphere to learn English.
Jeppesen employees not only work hard at the office, but take time out from their busy schedules to give back to their community. Recently several teams in the Denver office volunteered at local non-profit organizations.
As a way to support "Reading is Fun Week" and to create a fun competition between colleagues, the five Finance functional groups were given a challenge to raise money for the literacy organization "One Book 4 Colorado."