PerkinElmer’s Fourth Annual Impact Day

Volunteers harvested butternut squash, beans, tomatoes &
cherries at Drumlin Farms.

Every year, employees around the globe from ViaCord and its parent company, PerkinElmer, participate in Impact Day. Impact Day focuses on local projects supporting areas of disease research, food, the environment, and newborn health.

Sorting donations at Project
Just Because

Continuing tradition, September 12th marked PerkinElmer’s fourth annual Impact Day. 200 employees from Massachusetts alone contributed over 500 hours of volunteer time for different outreach projects benefiting a range of social causes. Projects included harvesting produce for local food pantries, lending a hand weeding and watering at farms and gardens, sorting donations for families and individuals in need, and helping prepare nutritious meals for homebound individuals and families with chronic illnesses.

“Working at PerkinElmer, throughout the year you hear about the global impact our work has on other people’s lives. But being able to have a day where you can personally give back and make a difference for those in your community is extremely rewarding.”

Building dental kits for Room To Grow which supports low-income mothers & their kids.

PerkinElmer is committed to creating better outcomes in the community by making a difference through volunteering, philanthropy and employee engagement. Employees being able to have the opportunity to participate in this companywide initiative plays an important and critical role in building a strong camaraderie between employees and in advancing the company’s mission.

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