The Canadian Chapter held its first event #PLUSConnex reception in Toronto. 150 PLUS members met, socialized and connected with 25 of the top Canadian leaders in the insurance and professional liability industry.
The chapter posted some photos from the event to its Instagram account… give them a follow at plus_canada.
On Thursday, November 9, 2017, PLUS North Central Chapter Committee members Zach Freeman, James Sorenson and Aaron Simon presented Urban Boatbuilders with a charitable contribution check for $3,500 from PLUS Foundation.
Urban Boatbuilders is a non-profit youth development program that builds high quality wooden boats with youth in the Minneapolis and St. Paul area. The program hires youth apprentices who qualify as low-income and/or who have employment barriers. The youth apprentices work alongside Urban Boatbuilders’ instructors learning technical boat building skills while earning money. The program is a comprehensive program that seeks to empower youth through hands-on learning projects while working to expand the possibilities and paths they envision for their futures. For more information on Urban Boatbuilders visit their website.
The 2017 PLUS Midwest Chapter Charity volunteer activity took place at Clearbrook on October 19. Clearbrook is committed to being a leader in creating innovative opportunities, services and supports for people with disabilities. 92 percent of every dollar raised goes directly into our programs and services.
Midwest Chapter volunteers spent time helping with the Take A Break Afternoon program. The charity also received a $6,000 donation from the PLUS Foundation.