Helping others and creating meaningful connections are at the core of what we do at LivePerson — not only in our business practices and our workplace, but also throughout our local communities. LivePerson Cares is our corporate global outreach program that supports individual and collective initiatives to impact local communities in positive, meaningful and valuable ways. Our company is committed to helping others, and we support our employees’ efforts to champion causes they believe make a difference in the community at large. Our mission is to create meaningful connections between our employees and organizations or individuals who can benefit from our help, which we hope will yield lasting and mutually-valuable relationships.
The LivePerson Cares initiative was inspired by the success of FeedingNYC, a hunger-relief project founded by our CEO, Robert LoCascio. FeedingNYC’s mission is to provide meals to every sheltered family in New York City during the Thanksgiving holiday.
Each of LivePerson’s global offices participates in local community initiatives that support our mission of creating meaningful connections. Our office in Ra’anana, Israel sponsors multiple projects, including tutoring children through a partnership with the House of Stone and packing meals for families in need during Passover. Our office in the United Kingdom recently completed a 100-mile charity challenge to support Naomi House, a hospice for terminally ill children, and Fat Meir’s food kitchen for impoverished families. Our Atlanta employees volunteer their time with Project Open Hand, which empowers impoverished communities with nutritious meals.
LivePerson recognizes that creating positive change in our world starts by connecting with local communities. We will continue to support worthy organizations and invite our customers, consumers, friends and families to join us in our efforts.
Dawn to Dusk Charity Ride
The 2011 Dawn to Dusk marathon raised money to benefit Naomi House and Fat Meir's Kitchen