ATSSA Blog

Pam
/ Categories: The Foundation

Every bit helps Foundation programs

Workplace Giving enables everyone to participate

Workplace Giving programs provide a way for companies and their teams to enjoy the satisfaction of helping support people impacted by roadway work zone tragedies.

Participants can experience the joy of seeing a student pursue career goals thanks to a college scholarship, help a child work toward healing after the loss of a parent in a work zone incident through an Experience Camp, feel the gratification of knowing children are being taught about work zone safety through the use of activity books, and know the grave risks of roadway work zones are being communicated through the National Work Zone Memorial.

Those are just some of the ways The ATSS Foundation carries out its mission of promoting roadway safety through charitable giving and public awareness.

“We know our members are committed to the mission of preventing work zone tragedies. Workplace Giving provides a tool not only for a company but for every employee to feel they are contributing to both public awareness and support for families directly impacted,” said Lori Diaz, associate director of The Foundation. “We greatly value every contribution, including support for people who enjoy volunteering at our events.”

Companies can support the mission in three easy ways through Workplace Giving:

  • Establish a payroll deduction program that enables employees to donate to The Foundation
  • Agree to match employee contributions
  • Support employees who wish to volunteer at Foundation events

 

Every bit helps The Foundation raise awareness of the risks of roadway work zones and support families impacted by work zone tragedies.

Getting started is easy with this step-by-step guide.

Previous Article FCC sets Nov. 18 vote on safety spectrum reallocation
Next Article Election Watch: ATSSA’s Government Relations Team is monitoring election results
Print
410 Rate this article:
No rating

Please login or register to post comments.

x