Philanthropy

Philanthropy

Integrated Project Mercy

Giving back is a core principle of Our Mission & Beliefs, the ideals we live by every day. Through Integrated Project Mercy, our employees dedicate their time and talents to their communities while strengthening their relationships with each other. 

Each of IPM’s seven offices selects a different charity to support every quarter, generally focusing on children, education, or the underprivileged. Through these efforts, IPM employees have raised thousands of dollars while contributing hundreds of hours to help those in need.

Recent Project Mercy Initiatives

IPM Volunteers for Q3 Project Mercy Autism AwarenessAutism Awareness

One in 68 children have autism spectrum disorder (ASD), which affects their ability to communicate and interact with others, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Because autism is typically diagnosed in the first two years of life, awareness is critical for getting early treatment. For our third-quarter 2017 Integrated Project Mercy initiative, IPM volunteers tackled the issue of Autism Awareness. Read more...

 

IPM 2017 Q2 Project Mercy VolunteersConnecting People to Nature

During the second quarter of 2017, our IPM volunteers focused on helping to nurture their local outdoor environments, with projects ranging from cleaning up invasive plants in nature preserves, to assisting at a therapeutic horse camp for the disabled. Read more...

 

 

IPM Q1 Project Mercy VolunteersHelping Homeless Veterans

According to the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans, about 1.4 million veterans are at risk of homelessness due to poverty, lack of support networks, and overcrowded or substandard living conditions. To help address this need, IPM employees voted to focus first-quarter 2017 Project Mercy efforts on organizations in their regions that assist homeless veterans. Read more…

 


IPM Q4 Project Mercy volunteer photoRe-Engaging for Good

Fourth-quarter 2016 found IPM volunteers working with charities that directly affect their communities—including helping one of their own. Read more...