Each year Edmonton’s engineering community comes together, in support of the United Way – Alberta Capital Region, to work on a collaborative community impact project. Staff from Morrison Hershfield regularly participate in this “Day of Caring” event.
Our St. John’s office has once again made a difference for local families this holiday season.
The “Microsoft 5K Run/Walk” is an annual event for Microsoft employees, family members and friends who enjoy giving back to the community while having a little fun! This year, a few enthusiastic staff members from our Seattle office had a great time supporting two client organizations by volunteering at the event.
Ramadan is an annual Islamic tradition practiced by a number of Morrison Hershfield staff. This year, to honor the Ramadan tradition of increased charity and generosity, one of our colleagues decided to raise awareness about domestic violence by donating to the Muslim Welfare Home, managed by the Muslim Welfare Centre in Whitby, Ontario.
Morrison Hershfield staff participated in a wonderful day of fun and fitness at the 19th Annual Riverwalk Run, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Hosted by the Junior League of Greater Fort Lauderdale, Inc., the Riverwalk Run is an annual event to raise funds for improving the surrounding community.
For the fifth year in a row, staff of Morrison Hershfield’s Atlanta office, along with several thousand other participants, took part in the city’s “Moon Ride”. It is a 6-mile night time bike ride through some of the city’s most vibrant neighborhoods.
Well, we all know Morrison Hershfield staff are drawn to a challenge!
Sunday, May 7th, started out as a gloomy day that had us dreading the ride ahead. As a team, Morrison Hershfield registered fifteen participants for the CN Cycle for CHEO fundraiser; ten for the 70 km ride, three for the 35 km ride and two for the 15 km ride. While we had trained hard for the upcoming event, none of us were quite ready for the weather that greeted us at the starting line.
“It was a cold, windy, rainy day that didn’t
let up until the very end of the ride.”