During Next Level Performance’s HOPE Week 2019 event, some lucky kids got an opportunity for a little better chapter in their Halloween story.
“We are excited to build these Halloween treat bags! The foster kids are going to get a nice bag of fun goodies.” said Stacey Serrano, PMP, our Sr. Client Success Manager. “HOPE Week is all about Helping Others Persevere and Excel.” She was happy to share these photos, taken as company kids put together Halloween treat bags for kids that CASA knows to be in transition.
“Change a child’s story” is an amazing mission statement, yet that is exactly the brave task that CASA sets for itself. “Every child deserves a safe home.” explained Nora Siklosi Szabo, MA, CASA Outreach Coordinator. “I am for the child who still needs a safe home. Lift up a child’s voice. A child’s life.™” added Stephanie Brown, LSW, CASA of Middlesex County’s Executive Director.
Next Level Performance is proud to collaborate with CASA of Middlesex County during our Hope Week 2019 because they are energetic and passionate about the important work they do. Their successful outcomes are apparent, and their mission is in line with our CARES principles. They remind us to be Accountable for the disadvantaged, to show Respect for all, and impress us with the sense of urgency that they bring to Service.
Those interested may engage with CASA of Middlesex County on their website: casaofmiddlesexcounty.org
HOPE Week 2018: Supporting the Community
Every year Next Level Performance gives back to the community during HOPE Week. This year, the company collaborated with three organizations to combat hunger and poverty, helping out hundreds of families throughout New Jersey in the process.
Next Level Performance Gives Back to the Community with HOPE Week, Inspired by the New York Yankees
Next Level Performance has a long history of charitable initiatives, donating time and resources to the community with HOPE Week being the main service event each year. In 2017, the company again put its focus on the local community by working to support the Children’s Specialized Hospital and other local organizations.