Hallmark's Elizabeth Bordenave Utilizes Skills-Based Volunteering for Nonprofits

Hallmark's Elizabeth Bordenave Utilizes Skills-Based Volunteering for Nonprofits

Utilizing Work Talents to Aid Nonprofits
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Tuesday, August 28, 2018 - 11:25am

CAMPAIGN: Hallmark | Caring In Action

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Year over year, many Hallmark employees donate their time and talent to nonprofits in the Kansas City area. Elizabeth Bordenave, Lean strategy and implementation manager, Hallmark, is one of them. She has been volunteering to help a number of nonprofits in the company’s hometown of Kansas City, Missouri. Using her skillset within Lean methodology, an organizational practice of eliminating waste and maximizing efficiency, she helps teams operate more effectively by making continuous improvements toward their goals.

In 2017, Bordenave worked with two specific groups:

  • Jewish Family Services, which connects families in need with services and resources.
  • Samuel Rodgers Health, which provides high-quality, affordable healthcare for more than 90 percent of the refugees that come to Kansas City.

Download and read more from our full 2017 Caring In Action Report here.