Throughout the month of June, Copyright Clearance Center employees took part in the company’s second annual ‘We Not Me’ charity event. More than 500 employees across four countries participated in 24 events over five days.
CCC staff volunteered for a wide variety of charities in the U.S., U.K., Spain, and Romania, including those that aid victims of domestic violence and individuals and families living in poverty, as well as those that work to support the environment, and so much more. Participating organizations included: Ability Beyond, Alzheimer’s Association, ARC Northeast, Beverly School for the Deaf, Boys & Girls Club, Catie’s Closet, Cradles to Crayons, El Olivo, Endicott Park, The Food Project, Habitat for Humanity, HAWC, Ipswich Watershed, Ironstone Farm, Life Bridge, Massachusetts Trustees of the Reservations, Societatea Ornitologica Romana, Stave Ecological Park, WellSpring House, Windrush Farm, and The Wish Project.
Check out some of our favorite moments captured on social media below:
— Alzheimers MA/NH (@alzheimersmanh) June 11, 2019
— The Wish Project (@WishProject) June 11, 2019
— BGC of Lawrence (@BGCL) June 20, 2019
@copyrightclear volunteered at our build site & ReStore as part of the 2nd annual ‘We Not Me’ event where >= 500 employees across 4 countries participated in 24 events over 5 days. We are grateful to have been part of it. TY. You are making a difference in MA. firstname.lastname@example.org pic.twitter.com/T5IOEkJA5P
— MV Habitat (@mvmahabitat) June 18, 2019
As part of its 'We Not Me' charity initiative, members of the @copyrightclear team volunteered @c2cboston More than 500 employees across four countries participated in 24 events over five days. #CCCWeNotMe #TheGivingFactory pic.twitter.com/f6LV9DliYE
— CCC (@copyrightclear) June 13, 2019
“Individual action is tremendously powerful. Positive change is brought about through the aggregation of individual actions. The cumulative result of each person contributing to the common good applies to every aspect of our lives, both in and out of the office.”
– Tracey Armstrong, President and CEO, CCC.