HOUSTON (November 2, 2020) – Volunteer Houston, a program of Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, offers a variety of customized volunteer experiences for companies large and small. One popular offering during the pandemic has been Volunteer Houston’s Service Projects 2 Go.

Sustaining employee engagement and morale during the COVID-19 pandemic, when many workers are fulfilling their duties remotely, can be challenging. Volunteer Houston offers creative ways companies can keep their employees engaged, while giving back to the local community during a time of great need.

Service Projects 2 Go are geared toward companies with limited resources, as a practical way to meet their Corporate Social Responsibility goals. Each Service Project 2 Go consists of any number of themed kits developed by Volunteer Houston in collaboration with hundreds of partner nonprofits serving the Greater Houston area. The kits are designed to meet the specific needs of each nonprofit – serving children, families, the elderly, animals, the homeless, and other vulnerable groups.

Volunteer Houston has successfully managed corporate volunteer projects for businesses ranging from small, family-run local businesses to international Fortune 500 corporations with thousands of employees participating.

Companies can partner with Volunteer Houston on customized Corporate Volunteer Projects – a concierge program where Volunteer Houston manages every aspect of the employee experience from start to finish. This service is ideal for team building, corporate retreats and conventions, and more.

For more information on Corporate Volunteer Projects and Service Project 2 Go, visit www.volunteerhouston.org/companies or contact Gayla Wilson at gayla@volunteerhouston.org.