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Corporate Profiles: Accuform

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Community service and corporate responsibility are deeply rooted at Accuform.

Accuform believes that making a difference in the world isn’t only a vision – it’s a mission that brings communities together. Facility safety identification is our expertise, but charitableness and volunteerism are a way of life at Accuform. Our involvement assists in building a strong sense of community, which is critical to healthy and safe work environments.

Over the past decade, helping children has been our focus. Every year, the entire Accuform family goes shopping for needy children in our community to provide them with a Christmas they may otherwise not have received.

Sadly, the need is in every community, throughout every day of the year. With that in mind, Accuform is doing its part to make a difference.

This year we’ve mailed out a #lockouthunger donation box. This box can sit in an office or will call area to collect non-perishable foods year-round for local charities.

Doing good works goes a long way and volunteering is a win-win-win activity.

Several years ago, Accuform decided to give back to its community in the style of an extreme school makeover, also known as Operation Upgrade. We made upgrades to two local schools. With supplies in hand, employees added graphics on doors, windows, brick walls, front gates and hallways.

The upgrades transformed the educational experience for the students. At the beginning of the transformation process, one of the schools was rated as an “F” school. Since Operation Upgrade, the school has improved to a “B” rating.

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