Volunteer Spirit of NAVIS Employees Shines with Community Outreach Program

  • NAVIS
  • 09.12.16
NAVIS, a reservation sales and marketing platform for the hospitality industry, not only contributes to the personal development of its staff, but also to the social and economic fabric of the communities where they work and live.

“NAVIS Serves” is a newly launched program that supports employees as they devote their time, energy and passion to inspiring change and making a positive impact.
 
Now, more than ever, communities are relying on the private sector to share resources and help drive meaningful change. With a long history of giving back, NAVIS is now formalizing the spirit of giving, empowering staff with paid time off to lend their skills and talents to meaningful projects. Highlights of the “NAVIS Serves” program include:

  • Each employee receives paid volunteer time off (VTO)
  • Red Cross Blood Drives at least twice per year
  • Monthly lunch preparation at Family Kitchen in Bend, Ore.
  • Annual Christmas dinner preparation at Family Kitchen in Bend, Ore.
  • Monthly partnering with Second Harvest in Orlando, Fla.
  • Giving tree during Christmas to donate toys and clothing to local children in need

“At NAVIS, innovation doesn’t apply only to technology,” said Kyle Buehner, CEO of NAVIS. “One of our core values is serving others. The name of our program sums it up – NAVIS Serves. As a company, giving back is in our DNA, and this program builds on our heritage of improving lives and making the world a better place. We invest in our employees’ commitment to worthwhile causes by giving them opportunities to take action in their local communities.  When we all join forces to create positive change, we are unstoppable. I am proud of our NAVIS family, proud of our communities, and proud that what we do makes a difference.”




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