How Boehringer Ingelheim’s volunteering program positively impacts their local community
Seeking a solution to help employees volunteer virtually in the communities where they live and work, Boehringer Ingelheim asked Catchafire to organize three employee volunteer events in one day as part of their annual summit.
Company-wide volunteering with Rapid Fire events
The energy to join was amazing, but it really was seeing the nonprofits wanting to engage with us more that was the best feeling.
Boehringer Ingelheim Employee and Rapid Fire participant
Instant employee engagement
An integral part of Boehringer Ingelheim’s commitment
Volunteering has an array of benefits for employees:
- Builds company morale and fulfillment
- Strengthens team communications and relationships
- Invests in professional development and skill building for employees’ resumes and portfolios
- Provides an opportunity to give back and build relationships with causes, communities, and nonprofits that employees are passionate about
We believe it is our corporate responsibility to care for each other, our communities, and our world. That is why Boehringer Ingelheim Cares Foundation has partnered with Catchafire to launch Skills2Give to provide our employees with the opportunity to make a meaningful impact in the communities where we live and work.
President and Chief Operating Officer, BI USA, US Country Managing Director