AKT announced two separate donations in the sum of $1000 to the Children’s Cancer Association and the Southern Oregon University Volleyball Team on behalf of the AKT Charity Bowling event competition winners.
The winning team of Erick Gillam, Geoff Horton, Daryl Knox and Steve Tatone, elected to donate their winnings to the Children’s Cancer Association.
High scoring individual, Angela Spiekler, elected to donate her winnings to the Southern Oregon University (SOU) Volleyball Team. Angela, an SOU Alumna, played on the volleyball team during her college career.
AKT is committed to supporting the community and honoring foundations that make a difference. The firm seeks to balance personal values with professional challenges and opportunities to benefit the community. AKT is organized by industry focus, however, employees come together to work towards a single purpose: serving the community.
“Social responsibility is an important component of our values at AKT. We encourage our employees to attend charity events in an effort to build teamwork and elect a local charity of their choice. It is a fun way to participate in some friendly competition and I am thrilled to see how many of our employees came out to support one another,” said Steve Tatone, managing partner and CEO.
AKT encourages opportunities to stay involved in the local community. Education in AKTion is a company program that allows employees to use up to 16 work hours annually for volunteer opportunities of their choice. Additionally, each year AKT employees participate in AKTion Day, a special volunteer day dedicated to serving a select non-profit.