Community Impact

Committed to Community

We were founded on the belief that giving back helps ourselves as well as our community. We are so proud of the help our service provides to nonprofits around the country while our Transition2Work participants heal. The stories of volunteerism we hear every day inspire us to do more in our own community.

From drives for clothing, food, and toys, to monthly meet ups at local nonprofits doing good in our backyard, ReEmployAbility is committed to serving however we can, because we know volunteering is beneficial to all!

Individual Impact (average hours per assignment)

Community Impact (hours, in millions, contributed to date)

2021 Economic Impact (in millions of dollars)

ReEmployAbility in the Community News

A Lot of Good in the Community

ReEmployAbility supports Not-for-Profits around the country by providing volunteers through our Transiton2Work® Program, and helping injured workers heal through meaningful work. Through our running Not-for-Profit Spotlight campaigns, we hope to shed light on...

Planting Trees for a Greener World

At ReEmployAbility, we know how important it is to volunteer and contribute to the community around you. ReEmployAbility supports nonprofits around the country by providing volunteers through our Transiton2Work® Program, and helping injured workers heal through...

Autism Awareness Shop: Building A Brighter Future

ReEmployAbility supports Not-for-Profits around the country by providing volunteers through our Transiton2Work® Program, and helping injured workers heal through meaningful work. With April being Autism Awareness Month, ReEmployAbility could not pass up the...

ReEmployAbility Sponsors The Spring of Tampa Bay’s 5th Annual ‘Handbags & Happy Hour’

We are proud to announce ReEmployAbility's sponsorship of Handbags & Happy Hour. This charity event will be held on Wednesday, April 6, 2022 at the Bryan Glazer Family JCC in Tampa and all proceeds will benefit The Spring of Tampa Bay. Since they opened their...

Our Team Continues the Volunteering Spirit

Our team continues our spirit of volunteering by contributing to causes important to them in their communities. ReEmployAbility offers several paid volunteerism opportunities each year for every team member to volunteer at a nonprofit they would like to support.

In turn, we get to learn about the many great nonprofits in our community!

Hear What the Team Says About Volunteering

Children’s Board Family Resource Center

Volunteering allowed me to help those parents who need just a bit of extra help with caring for their children. It was a wonderful experience with friendly staff.

Maybelle M.

Administrative Associate

Hope Villages of America 

My church supports Hope Villages of America regularly. They have a food bank, housing, and offer mental health services for people experiencing homelessness. I thought it would be a great opportunity to help my local community.

Nate R.

Resolution Specialist

Humane Society of Tampa Bay

There’s so much that needs to be done and they could use as much help as possible. It was a wonderful experience and I was very fortunate to provide my time and energy to help as much as I could. 

Charaya W.

Community Care Associate

The ReEmployAbility Team Impacts Their Community

Inspiring Hope with Metropolitan Ministries of Tampa

The ReEmployAbility Senior Leadership Team, makes it a mission to encourage their team members to continue to sign up for volunteer opportunities through our company-sponsored volunteer program "ReEmployAbility in the Community". As a Tampa Bay resident, the...

REA in the Community: Bryan Chase Feeds Tampa Bay

With over 40,000 Not-for Profit Partners within our network, ReEmployAbility is happy to have the opportunity to feature yet another one of our local nonprofits, Feeding Tampa Bay. Feeding Tampa Bay is part of the national Feeding America network that focuses on...

REA in the Community: Maybelle Mellum visits Children’s Board Family Resource Center

ReEmployAbility continues to work alongside our Not-for-Profit partners to aid in the recovery of injured workers who go through our Transition2Work® Return-to-Work program. Having an understanding of all the known benefits of volunteering Transition2Work® provides to...

REA in the Community: Nate Ryan Visits Hope Villages of America, Inc.

Recent studies show, that when a company puts forth a sponsored volunteer program for its employees, people are more likely to feel encouraged to participate. Since implementing the new ReEmployAbility company-sponsored volunteer program this year, our team has shown...
One Blood
The Spring
Met Min
Autism Awareness Shop
American Red Cross
The Salvation Army
Habitat for Humanity
Goodwill

Our Purpose

Connecting people to a greater purpose so they can have a better life.

Our Vision

Anyone who is capable of something, can make an impact in the community where they live.

What We Do

We lead in specialty Return-to-Work and transitional employment programs for the workers’ compensation and disability industry. We make strides toward our vision every day by providing innovative services that positively impact workers’ compensation and non-occupational disability claim outcomes for employers, insurance carriers, injured workers, and communities. Our philosophy is based on a strong belief in creating ‘win-win-win’ outcomes – combining benefits for companies, employees, and communities across the United States for real, positive impact.

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