My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Jewish Family Services, Columbus, OH, USA
While at RedEnvelope, Inc., I was responsible for high volume seasonal recruiting and developing meaningful work relationships with a very diverse workforce. Shortly after my arrival at RedEnvelope, Inc., I had the good fortune of connecting with Lynn Aspey, a true dynamo at JFS. In a series of enlightening meetings, I was very confident that a partnership between our two organizations would be very fruitful in achieving not only my agreesive recruiting goals, but also, JFS could assist in providing cultural awareness and other community outreach services that my employees were in need of. Over the course of two years, Lynn and I were successful at providing over 600 seasonal associates with employment, brideged cultural gaps and even worked on the COTA Mobility Board to bring a much needed bus line to the Rickenbacher area to enable increased job accessibility to potential employees. My association with Lynn has empowered me to recommend Jewish Family Services to my peers. My experience also was such that I can proudly say that throughout my time at RedEnvelope Inc., we were proud donors of JFS. I continue to support the efforts that the organization makes under the guidance of Lynn because I believe in her mentality, connecting the non-profit world with the private sector for the benifit of those she serves.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
I worked hand in hand with Lynn to adminster the programs that were aligned with my organization's needs.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
The core understanding of my business needs while servicing the client needs of the non-profit. It's a great partnership.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
I interacted most with Lynn Aspey and also Karen in the professional placement services. Karen is also a great asset to the team!
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every month
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?