Four winners of the Shareholder Grants were announced at a recent Shareholder Meeting. GZA’s Shareholder Grant Program was established to support employee volunteerism and charity work in their communities and throughout the world.
We are pleased to announce the following winners:
John Osborne (GZA Waukesha, WI) for his work with Hope without Borders (HWB). Hope Without Borders-International (HWB-INTL) is a 501(c)3 charitable non-profit volunteer humanitarian non-governmental organization based in the Midwest USA with a focus on global, regional & local community relief & development impact & outreach. MORE>
William Fortune (GZA Providence, RI) for his work with the Rhode Island Forest Conservators Organization (RIFCO). RIFCO’s mission is to promote the stewardship of Rhode Island's wooded lands and watersheds, aesthetic and recreational amenities, forest products, clean water, clean air, and varied wildlife. MORE>
Jennifer Pisani (GZA Portland, ME) for her work with Community Health and Counseling Services (CHCS) located in Bangor, Maine. CHCS is a nonprofit corporation that provides home health and hospice services, treatment foster care and mental health services for children and adults. MORE>
James Wieck (GZA Manchester, NH) for his work with the Canterbury United Community Church (CUCC)/A Light for Zimbabwe. The CUCC is a church affiliated with the United Church of Christ and the American Baptist Church. The CUCC provides outreach support on local, national, and international levels. This application is to support a water supply development project for the village of Nyagadza, Zimbabwe to be implemented by a charitable organization named A Light for Zimbabwe. A Light for Zimbabwe is a 501c3 founded in 2007 to empower people in Chipinge District, in southeastern Zimbabwe. MORE>