CCC Employees Support Hospice Organizations Around the World with Walk Honoring Memories of Family Members, Friends, and Colleagues
Sept. 17, 2020 – Danvers, Mass. – Copyright Clearance Center, Inc. (CCC), a leader in advancing copyright, accelerating knowledge, and powering innovation, announces its first virtual ‘We Not Me’ global event as part of its year-round We Not Me charity initiative.
On Sunday, Sept. 20, CCC colleagues will put on their ‘We Not Me’ t-shirts and walk to help hospice organizations around the world, honoring the memories of family members, friends, and colleagues. For every team member who participates, CCC will donate to hospice organizations in the United States, Spain, Romania, and England. U.S. team members’ participation will support the annual Care Dimensions Walk for Hospice.
In 2019, hundreds of CCC employees volunteered on behalf of 20 charities around the globe, serving economically disadvantaged persons, assisting victims of domestic violence, helping people with disabilities and working in support of environmental causes. CCC staff members also engaged with programs for kids entering foster care and other children’s services organizations.
“Although work is important, it is never more critical than taking care of people,” said Tracey Armstrong, CEO, CCC. “At CCC, we view this as an essential social responsibility, especially during a global pandemic. Our We Not Me program is a way we collectively give back to our communities – and it continues every day in the personal choices we make.”
With a history of innovation and growth in a dynamic market, a passionate and dedicated team, and a deep commitment to building next-generation content and licensing solutions using the best technology and talent, CCC offers its employees a plethora of opportunities for growth and mission driven work, while providing very competitive benefits. The CCC team is always learning, developing new skills, and exploring new and better ways to help society clear a path to information, discovery, and the next ‘big idea.’