From the previous clues, “pay attention to the key words on the home page” and “an organization that fits with our message and branding”, which non-profit would you have chosen for SGES to support? With any familiarity with our company, or one read through of our website, this one would have been at the top of your list. SGES is thrilled to announce the support of our new non-profit of choice : Lighthouse, officially Lighthouse International.
Lighthouse, a non-profit that is based in Manhattan, was started by two women, whose mission was to help the blind. Since that time, the organization has grown substantially to offer a full range of services aimed at improving the quality of life for people who have low vision and blindness.
Lighthouse was an appealling choice because its headquarters was in our hometown, it was started by women and it focused all its work on sight, a recurring theme related to our work and our brand. SGES pledges to support the organization financially, also hoping to spread the word about the wonderful organization so that its marketing and its services can reach more people. You can read additional information about Lighthouse by visiting its website, www.lighthouse.org and learn more about SGES view about giving back and its dedication to Lighthouse by visiting the “giving back” section of our website: www.susangoldbergsearch.com/givingback.php . You can also follow Lighthouse on Twitter at @lighthouseintl and at Facebook at Lighthouse International. We hope you will help us support this wonderful non-profit.
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