Volunteer Spotlight: American Airlines Brings Holiday Spirit to Madison Fields
Madison House Autism Foundation would like to thank the American Airlines Sales Team for their day of service at Madison Fields. According to the American Airlines website, the airline fosters a unique corporate culture of service, where every employee is encouraged, supported and recognized for the active role they play in making their community a great place to live and work.
Here are two of their amazing programs:
1. Do Crew is American’s group of employee and retiree volunteers. Their service to the community is the cornerstone of the airline’s community programs. Volunteers participate in community-based projects benefiting a variety of nonprofit organizations.
2. American supports employees volunteering in the community. Employees who complete 50 hours of volunteer time with nonprofit organizations are supported with in-kind travel to the benefiting nonprofit organization. The organization can use the in-kind support to offset travel expenses or as a fundraising tool.
It is so encouraging that businesses, like American Airlines, are stepping forward to become champions for adults with autism and their families. Browse the photos below for a glimpse of American Airlines’ day of service at Madison Fields.