North Central Chapter Chair Aaron Simon (Meagher Geer) presented a $6,000 donation to the Ronald McDonald House Twin Cities. The Ronald McDonald House was selected by the PLUS Chapter to receive the 2020 $5,000 Chapter Charity grant and a $1,000 Amazon gift card, both funded by the PLUS Foundation.
Thank you to the North Central Chapter and to the PLUS Foundation for supporting this great cause! Visit the PLUS Foundation website for more information about how the Foundation supports tomorrow’s professional liability workforce through outreach, education, mentoring and giving back.
The North Central Chapter recently supported the Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans by collecting and delivering move-in kits to veterans and their families. The Chapter and the PLUS Foundation donated move-in kits with household items, and volunteers from the Chapter delivered and organized the kits. These kits will help five veterans get settled into new homes.
Erin Singmaster, RPLU+ and Managing Director at Travelers, was one of these volunteers. She said:
Supporting our veterans, especially our local veterans, is incredibly important to our chapter. We continued our partnership with MAC-V for the second year in a row, and this year added a volunteer event to show our support. It was humbling purchasing all of the household items that go into a move-in kit, knowing the positive impact a kit would have on a veteran. We can all relate to the stress of moving into a new place, but imagine the additional stress of it after struggling with homelessness or the risk of becoming homeless. Putting these kits together as a group was positive, powerful and fun. It was easy to picture a veteran moving into a new place, and having all these items already there for him/her. I would recommend organizing a move-in kit to anyone looking to give back to our veterans. Brian Peterson, Shaun Riffe, and the entire team at MAC-V made this an easy, impactful event for our group.
Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization that has been serving Veterans and their families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless across the state of Minnesota for over 25 years. Their mission is to End Veteran Homelessness in Minnesota by providing housing, employment and legal services.
Thank you to the PLUS Foundation, the Chapter, and the volunteers for supporting such a great cause!
The North Central Chapter held a social this past Tuesday, June 25, co-hosted with Gamma Iota Sigma Alumni. Over 50 people connected at this event, including several students from St. Thomas University GIS.
Thank you to the Chapter for organizing this event and to the generous sponsors of the North Central Chapter!