We’re so honored that the Duluth, Minnesota chapter of the American Red Cross chose us to receive the 2018 Disaster Cycle Services Partner of the Year award.

We are grateful, but humbled because we know we were acknowledged based on the hard work of the injured workers who are participating in our program and the remarkable work they are doing with their Disaster Assessment Team.

Fifteen years ago, we created our company in order to give injured workers a way to return to work quickly and safely all while giving back to the community.

Since we opened, we have partnered with over 35,000 non-profit organizations nationwide, and we are proud to call Red Cross a partner.

When we founded the company, we based it on our strong passion for community service. It is the cornerstone of what we do.

The ability to help the community motivates our team to work hard every day.

Photo provided by Dan Williams.

We would also like to shine a light on John Keith and congratulate him on his award of Rookie of the Year. We recently featured John’s story and his continued dedication to his assignment exemplifies what our program is all about. It is inspiring to hear all of the great work he has done here at the Red Cross and your community.

We would also like to say thank you to Dan Williams, and the rest of the Red Cross team for facilitating such an impactful, meaningful avenue for giving back.

Through our partnership, we have able to maintain the foundation of our philosophy in which we continue to help injured and disabled employees return to work and give back to the community.

When we think of all of the great things that the Red Cross and all of our other not-for-profit partners accomplish on a daily basis, we are reminded of a quote by DeAnn Hollis, “The heart of a volunteer is never measured in size, but by the depth of the commitment to make a difference in the lives of others.”

Thank you to all of our program participants, you inspire us with your passion and commitment to making a difference in the community. Thank you for all that you do.

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