Corporate Social Responsibility Archives - State and Federal Communications

May 17, 2022  •  

Cookiepalooza 2022!

Cookiepalooza 2022

Cookies make the world a better place. Elizabeth Bartz has once again supported the Girl Scouts in an extraordinary way. This year, she bought 1077 boxes of cookies from girl scouts in six states, helping 86 scouts in the process! […]

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State and Federal Communications remains committed to strengthening our community through corporate philanthropy, community engagement, sustainability, and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We are happy to present our CSR Annual Report for 2021. In this report, you will find not only […]

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Akron Torchbearers Class of 2021

Tell me about Torchbearers. What is the organization? Torchbearers is a volunteer-run organization founded in 2003 to strengthen the connection between Akron-area nonprofits and emerging leaders as well as to further efforts to attract and retain emerging leaders in Greater […]

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How long have you been associated with the Akron Rotary Camp? I have been associated with Rotary Camp for four years now. I started my first summer in 2017 and worked two summers and two off-seasons. This summer, I am […]

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Zoe Wrisley, IT Assistant

What made you decide to try mentoring in the iCARE Mentoring program? It all started when Community Outreach at Kent State encouraged students to become a mentor for the iPromise program, to help high school students prepare for success in […]

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November 16, 2021  •  

Adrienne Borgstahl, a CASA Board of Trustee

Adrienne Borgstahl, Manager Compliance Services

Hi Adrienne! Tell me about CASA. Why is this work important to you? CASA, or Court Appointed Special Advocates, are community volunteers who speak out and stand up for abused and neglected children within the court system. Quite simply, these […]

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With Erin Victor from Akron Snow Angels

Erin Victor from the Akron Snow Angels told us “there are children walking to school without socks. There are homeless people who brave the winter without the proper outerwear.” As a response, State and Federal Communications held its Be and […]

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November 6, 2020  •  

The Great Donut Drop

The Great Donut Drop

This would have been our 11th Donut and Cider Sale where we have raised money for the United Way and have fun with the community. With the pandemic the sale was impossible, but we still love donuts! For all the […]

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June 10, 2020  •  

Cookies Make the World a Better Place

Elizabeth Bartz at Red Oak Behavioral

Elizabeth Bartz, president and CEO of State and Federal Communications, decided 2020 was the year she would buy Girl Scout Cookies from anyone who asked. Yes, anyone who asked! The result was Bartz bought 400 boxes of assorted Girl Scout […]

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State & Federal Communications was a proud platinum sponsor of the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank’s annual Harvest for Hunger Campaign Kick-off Breakfast at the John S. Knight Center on February 26. Harvest for Hunger, the Foodbank’s largest fundraising campaign, helps support […]

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October 25, 2018  •  

We Are for the Child

The CASA Board Volunteer Association of Summit County held its annual fundraiser, “I Am for the Child” breakfast on October 25, 2018. The CASA/GAL (Court Appointed Special Advocates/Guardian ad Litem) Program of Summit County is a trained community of volunteers […]

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One of the great things about my job as Manager of Corporate Social Responsibility is I get the chance to be out in the community right where the action is. Yesterday I was a social justice facilitator at a historic […]

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December 20, 2017  •  

Stocking the Sleigh

We’ve been Stock(ing) the Sleigh with socks for the homeless of Akron. A change of socks is one of the easiest and most profound ways to offer comfort to someone who lives outside and deals with cold, wet feet. I […]

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There are more than 26,000 children in Summit County who experience food insecurity. We have students in the Akron Public Schools who depend on the school meals for their sustenance and must do without during the holiday break. The United […]

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