Leading up to eMoney’s Annual Holiday Party on Saturday, January 27, employees participated in a food drive benefitting Philabundance, a non-profit food bank, which serves families suffering from hunger.
At 12:30 p.m. on Friday, February 5, eMoney’s multi-use staircase was packed to the brim with employees eager to watch their colleagues take part in eMoney Wing Bowl 2016, a wing-eating competition inspired by a similar, longstanding event hosted by a local sports radio station.
On January 27, eMoney Advisor employees in our San Diego office hosted a collection drive where we assembled 40 care packages for some of our servicemen and women abroad. When all was said and done, we were able to sponsor two units – both of which include friends and family members of eMoney employees.
With eMoney’s move in late 2015 from Conshohocken (Montgomery County) to Radnor (Delaware County), it was important for us to get involved in the local community as soon as we could! That is why seven members of our eMoney team (and their four-legged friends) participated in the 2015 Bark in the Park 5k Run/Walk.
The mandate of N3RD Street, and the tech companies that reside on it, is to “promote a positive, diverse community of thinkers.” This is a sentiment we share here at eMoney, which is why we want to continue to foster the innovation that comes out of not just N3Rd Street, but from the entire region’s thriving tech community, of which eMoney is proud to be a leader.
Thanks to donations from eMoney Advisor, the Spring Mills Farmers’ Market was able to donate fresh food to the Colonial Neighborhood Council, a local food bank near eMoney’s headquarters in Conshohocken, PA.
Recently, eMoney’s San Diego office participated in the 2015 EOD Warrior 5k Run/Walk. Not only did fifteen eMoney team members participate in the race, but over $16,000 was raised to benefit the EOD Warrior Foundation, making this year’s event a great way to spend a beautiful Memorial Day in San Diego. Here are some our best pictures from the day.
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