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In the spirit of Giving Tuesday, Bishop-McCann’s San Francisco office spent an afternoon at their local Humane Society and ASPCA chapter. The team volunteered for a cause they all care deeply about and did what we do best: create JOY.

As a company, Bishop-McCann is dedicated to giving back to the community, its people, and our furry friends in any way we can. We’re guided by a commitment to donating time, love, and money to organizations and individuals who are creating positive impacts to critical community needs. The SF team came up with the idea to support this organization and spent their time making boxes to prepare for the chapter’s upcoming “Santa Claws” workshop where volunteers come together to make the holidays special for shelter pets.

SF Team Giving Tuesday, create joy, volunteer, community
SF Team Giving Tuesday, create joy, volunteer, community

Cathy Mariano, Director of SF Operations, said “We couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate Thanksgiving than to do a little giveback at the Peninsula Humane Society and ASPCA on Giving Tuesday.”

We agree, Cathy! Thank you and your team for putting Bishop-McCann’s best foot forward during the holiday season.

About Bishop-McCann

Bishop-McCann is one of the industry leaders in producing meetings, incentives, and events worldwide. Headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri, with offices in Chicago and San Francisco, Bishop-McCann’s mission statement is we create JOY!

The Just Right Projects

Here at Bishop-McCann, we spend most of our time producing meetings, incentives, and events for clients, but we also invest our time and money by giving back to the community through The Just Right Projects. These projects are a part of the charitable division of Bishop-McCann dedicated to providing just the right resources at just the right time. Our dedication to providing these resources aid efforts that empower youth, foster hope in healthier living, and reward and encourage passion for the arts.

Giving Tuesday was last modified: November 6th, 2020 by Zach Bowman