/PRNewswire/ — ColorComm, Inc., the nation’s leading women’s platform addressing diversity and inclusion from across the communications, marketing, media, and advertising industries, will hold its first ever ColorComm Service Day on Saturday, March 3, 2018 in seven network chapters across the nation.
ColorComm Service Day will take place in each ColorComm chapter city with the purpose to spend Saturday giving back to local communities and provide resources to those who are in need. The cities that will come together to participate are as follows: New York, Washington, D.C., Chicago, Atlanta, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Dallas.
Several times a year, each ColorComm chapter participates in a community service activity. However, this is the first year that each ColorComm chapter will come together on one day to give back their time and resources.
“In honor of women’s history month, I wanted the women of ColorComm to come together on one day and give back. There is power in numbers and we believe it is so important to use this time and this month tending to those who are in need,” said Lauren Wesley Wilson, President and CEO of ColorComm, Inc.
“ColorComm Service Day hopes to bring greater awareness and impact to the various shelters, homes, and services in our local communities throughout the nation,” said Wilson.
ColorComm Service Day will see members assist with the homeless, provide resources to residents in nursing homes, mentor youth in STEM education, and help growing families in need.
ColorComm Service Day will be held in the following locations:
- New York City: Bloomberg International Women’s Day Summit
- Washington, DC: A Wider Circle
- Chicago: Estates of Hyde Park Nursing Home
- Atlanta: Open Hand Atlanta
- Los Angeles: Los Angeles Regional Food Bank
- San Francisco: Excelsior Community Food Pantry
Dallas: Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas