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.
One of IPM’s seven offices selects a different charity for the company 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.
IPM recognizes that efforts to improve the lives of those struggling in their communities are more important than ever. The COVID-19 pandemic has made it difficult to serve others in traditional ways. However, in line with IPM’s spirit and values, the Q1 Project Mercy leaders showed true agility and creativity in finding ways to contribute in the face of this unprecedented situation.
Many senior citizens don’t have family to visit with and rely on, which can be particularly painful during the holidays. Wrapping up our philanthropic efforts for 2019, IPM’s Integrated Project Mercy supported Second Wind Dreams, whose tagline is “Changing the Perception of Aging.”
When a child is seriously ill, parents and families will put their lives on hold to make sure they get the care they need. To help both the children and their families stay hopeful and together through such difficult times, IPM made “Protecting the Tiniest Patients” the theme for its third quarter 2019 Integrated Project Mercy effort.
Volunteers from six of IPM’s seven offices participated in the first-ever Bunks Across America event, benefiting Sleep in Heavenly Peace for the second quarter Project Mercy initiative.
To help defray the high cost of training service animals and support the efforts of organizations that provide them, Integrated Project Management Company made service animals the focus of the first-quarter 2019 Integrated Project Mercy project.
Knowing there would be children without holiday presents brought out an extra dose of generosity during IPM’s fourth-quarter 2018 Integrated Project Mercy effort, focused on providing joy to underprivileged families.
There are 16 million children living in poverty in the United States. While parents often try to provide a better life for their children, many are unable to read to them. Recognizing the importance of childhood literacy, IPM volunteers set out to help for our third quarter 2018 Integrated Project Mercy initiative.