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Community Relations

Well hey there neighbour. A wise man once said, community relations is food for the soul of the organization. To this we say, well put my friend! Making a positive difference in our community has only served in fostering cohesiveness within our organization and great friendships with the outside world and there’s nothing wrong with that!

Just a few community relations program and giving initiatives we meddle in include:

  • Peace Arch Hospital and Community Health Foundation
  • Food Drive for White Rock South Surrey Food Bank
  • Clothing Drive for Atira Women’s Resource Society
  • Adopt-a-Street in Coquitlam
  • Food Drive for Coquitlam Share Society
  • Sponsorship for KidSport Canada
  • Various local minor sports leagues and high school events
  • A Nite of Hope Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation

Waste Management

Most, if not all of us here at Schill recycle at home, so continuing the practice at work isn’t a big leap.

With recycle bins throughout the office and our very own recycling guru Carol, we save the landfills everything from coffee creamer containers to toilet paper rolls… we do our best to recycle what we can.

What can we say, it feels good to do good.

Sustainability

Sustainability in the workplace is easier than you think. Even in an industry overwhelmed by paperwork we’ve managed to reduce our footprint.

As technology has evolved and improved, reducing our paper-use was the first step. We have significantly cut down by storing files electronically, printing less and printing double-sided when possible. We also reuse paper and recycle what we can.

Another step we’ve taken to reduce our impact is cutting out our mail reminders and switching to an old fashioned telephone call.

Essentially, aside from the mandatory glove-box papers and mandatory letters, we have become a paperless insurance broker. Nice!

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