ASWB is committed to corporate citizenship through philanthropic giving and sustainability initiatives in the Culpeper area and beyond.
- The Green Team, the Philanthropy Committee, and the Social Committee organized a joint event that got ASWB staff involved in volunteer efforts and giving at the Culpeper Senior Center and learning about raised bed gardening.
- Employee-requested giving totaled $1,300.
In December, ASWB hosted a group of social work regulators from China for a morning of learning and cultural exchange.
ASWB took advantage of the nearby location of the 2019 Education Conference to bring all staff to part of the meeting. Employees sat in on education sessions and enjoyed lunch with ASWB membership.
Green Team members Wendy Oien, Kim Phillips, Gloria Harper, and Cara Sanner headed up the shredding and recycling effort.
Green Team members Kim Phillips, Wendy Oien, Dwight Hymans, Felicia Dennison, Cara Sanner, and Gloria Harper packed bags to share at the Culpeper Senior Center.
Green Team members Dwight Hymans and Wendy Oien filled donated bags with nonperishable food and toiletries donated by ASWB staff members.
Dwight Hymans called the bingo numbers to the delight of the players.
Carrie Blevins joined one of the seniors for a game of bingo.
A dozen ASWB staffers visited the Culpeper Senior Center to play bingo and engage in conversation.
Mary Jo Monahan presents a donation to the director of the Culpeper Senior Center, which is located within a mile of the new ASWB headquarters.
The Social Committee hosted several informal Lunch Club events at the pavilion on nearby Lake Pelham.
ASWB staff dontated 29 coats for a community coat drive that provided more than 100 coats to people in need in Culpeper.
Mary Jo Monahan presents a check to Pamper Me Pink’s director. The fund helps provide mammograms to those who can’t otherwise afford the cancer screening.