Welch Allyn volunteers transformed PEACE, Inc.’s Lafayette Head Start on Friday, July 19. As a part of the company’s 4th Annual Beacon of Quality – A Show of Hands event, dedicated and skilled Welch Allyn volunteers repainted the building’s exterior, revamped the site’s landscaping, and remodeled its garden area and playground. Volunteers worked for more than four hours on the projects.
“We had such a great response from employees during the first three years of our ‘Show of Hands’ volunteer day, that we decided to continue it for a fourth year,” said David Allyn, director of Corporate Social Responsibility at Welch Allyn. Welch Allyn employees see this event as a great way of reaching out to their neighbors in Onondaga and Cayuga Counties and giving back to the communities where they live, work and play.
PEACE, Inc. Lafayette Head Start provides comprehensive early childhood programming to 33 low-income three to five year-olds and their families and is located at 2777 Route 11 North, LaFayette, NY 13084.
About Welch Allyn
Welch Allyn is a leading global healthcare company that offers a complete range of digital and connected diagnostic solutions that help reduce risk and enhance workflow in a variety of clinical settings. Founded in 1915 and headquartered in Skaneateles Falls, N.Y. (USA), Welch Allyn is a family-owned business that employs nearly 2,500 employees in 26 different countries. The company specializes in helping doctors, nurses and other frontline practitioners across the globe enhance care by developing innovative products, breakthrough technologies and cutting-edge solutions that improve patient outcomes, safety and satisfaction. More information about Welch Allyn and its complete line of connected products and solutions may be found at www.welchallyn.com. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.
PEACE, Inc. is Onondaga County’s Community Action Agency, serving more than 15,000 people in Central New York annually through 20 different programs. The mission of PEACE, Inc. is helping people in the community realize their potential for becoming self-sufficient.