Quench is committed to helping customers across North America become more sustainable by reducing waste and the pollution of water delivery services. While facilitating an eco-friendlier lifestyle, Quench is striving to help improve the environment and the community.
Quench has made a commitment to help improve our local communities by establishing a corporate social responsibility program called Quench Cares.
Quench Cares offers opportunities for Quench employees to volunteer and partner with local governments, programs, and non-profits to help build strong communities together.
Quench Cares launched with its inaugural event on April 27th, 2019 when 100 Quench volunteers joined 60 local teachers, students, and parents from the town of Palmer, Puerto Rico to provide cleaning, landscaping and painting for the Carmen Feliciano Carreras School.
The school was hit hard by hurricanes Maria and Irma and thanks to the support of the Puerto Rico Department of Education, and under the direction of the school’s principal, the school received a thorough cleaning and fresh painting of the front entrance and courtyard.
Refurbishing Carmen Feliciano Carreras School in Puerto Rico is the first of many community service projects that will be part of Quench Cares. Some of the projects planned for this year include cleaning up local watersheds, volunteering at community events, and raising money for local charities.
When we asked our team if they would be interested in performing a community service day while on [our annual top performance trip], the response was overwhelmingly in favor to serve this great cause.