|By PR Newswire||
|April 2, 2014 02:55 PM EDT||
MILLERSVILLE, Md., April 2, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Travel Advantage Network, a vacation accommodations program, gave back in a big way in 2013 through a monthly employee charity program. Each month, a Travel Advantage Network employee chooses a charity for the company to support and comes up with creative activities to help raise funds for that cause.
"I am happy to work for a company that allows employees to choose a charity that is close to their heart and supports them in raising funds. Every month, we see true selflessness in our company as employees give of their time and finances," said Lauren Lombard, Training Coordinator and December 2013 charity sponsor.
In 2013 employee charities included; Cancer FREE Kids, Wounded Warrior Project, Mended Little Hearts, Operation Christmas Child, Emmaus Center, Connor Cares Foundation, Casa Charity, Bella Bully Buddies, Alimayu Ministries, Almost Heaven, 4K4 Cancer, and the ALS Association.
All the hard work and generous giving by Travel Advantage Network truly paid off! In total, employees raised over $15,000 for the local and national charities. Along with the monetary donations, employees also collected six cases of canned goods, 10 bundles of paper products and 142 Christmas boxes for children in need.
Travel Advantage is not stopping there! The 2014 pace is off to a great start with the Alzheimer's Association and Mended Little Hearts of Greater Baltimore both receiving record donations for the months of January and February.
Travel Advantage Network has been dedicated to charitable giving since its inception. In 2013, the company raised more than $15,000 for various local and national charities. For more information about Travel Advantage Network and its monthly charitable efforts, please visit PlanWithTAN.com or TANCharity.com.
Since 1992, Travel Advantage Network, a vacation accommodations program, has helped families and individuals create lifelong vacation memories. Travel Advantage Network is the proud recipient of the Better Business Bureau of Maryland's prestigious Torch Award for exemplifying high business standards and professional integrity, as well as the Maryland Chamber of Commerce's Philanthropy in Business Award for outstanding and innovative commitment to local and national charities. Travel Advantage Network is a recipient of SmartCEO Magazine's 2008 and 2009 Future 50 Award, recognizing the fastest growing companies in the greater Baltimore area. For more information, please visit PlanWithTAN.com.
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Phone: 800.223.0088 x 2152
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