Copperleaf’s RAD Initiative Walks for Puppies

October 4, 2017 Barry Quart

Copperleaf’s RAD Initiative Walks for Puppies

We’re proud that our Random Acts of Delight (RAD) program is continuing to grow and provide Copperleafers the opportunity to give back to our local communities. This summer we were thrilled to support the BC SPCA PAWS for a Cause Walk and help to fund animal shelters, cruelty prevention programs, and more.

Our team members found plenty of creative ways to raise money for the walk! Our fundraising initiatives included a ping pong tournament, a foosball tournament, and a Roomba pong tournament. Competition was fierce, but a great time was had by all.

RAD Fall 2017 Fundraising Tournaments | Copperleaf

We also launched our first “Pie in the Face” event, where Copperleafers could pay to pie our brave leadership team and fearless volunteers. Team members could also pay to redirect pies to other recipients – one pie managed to raise over $600!

RAD Fall 2017 Pie in the Face | Copperleaf

The day of the walk was full of sunshine, puppies, and smiles! We loved seeing all the dogs together – from Chihuahuas to Great Danes. Altogether, our team did an incredible job and raised a total of $2000 for the BC SPCA.

Our RAD initiative has accomplished a lot this year, and we can’t wait to see what else we can dream up to give back in 2017!

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Barry Quart

Barry has 30+ years experience in the development, implementation, and marketing of complex software systems. He is currently VP Marketing & Employee Experience for Copperleaf. Learn more about Barry here and connect with him on LinkedIn

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