Toronto-area travel firm Voyzant clearly practices what it preaches when it comes to lending a helping hand to others during this season of giving, a season that is now seeing many struggling with the coronavirus pandemic.
Last week saw Voyzant staff distribute face shields and masks to two charities, Jessie’s Centre, which helps teen mothers and soon-to-be teen mothers; and The Table of Mercy in Ajax, Ont., which distributes food to those in need.
The donations were undertaken as part of Voyzant Cares’ Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives, which has a website that states: “We believe that the highest goal that one can achieve is to be of service to your fellow human beings and the world around you.”
Voyzant Cares champions different causes, including environmental protection and gender quality.
Voyzant COO Ravi Kumar — who decided a financial donation was also appropriate and also decided to personally visit Jessie’s Centre with his colleague Chippy Jegathesan — says the company is committed to helping those in need, with Kumar himself contacting Jessie’s Centre in mid-December and asking what was “urgently required” by it.
More on Voyzant’s good deeds can be found at Voyzant Cares – Voyzant Inc.