Take 5 Challenge Accepted: December 2015

Take 5 Challenge Accepted: December 2015

By Lora Phillips, Symantec's Director, Corporate Responsibility

The Oregon HR team volunteers Taking 5 with The Trauma Healing Project include: Top row—Traci Kent (Principal HR Project Specialist), Cathy Sutton (Sr. Principal HR Project Specialist), Laurie Morrical (Sr. Principal HR Project Specialist), Ki Young (Trauma Healing Project), Tyler Mael (HR Coordinator), Dana Castro (Compensation Analyst), Kristin Mahan (Associate HR Consultant); Middle row—Chris Antonetti (Sr. Web Producer); Bottom row—April Wester (Associate Mgr., HR Direct), Laura Howell (HR Consultant), Amanda Kennedy (Associate HR Consultant)

Beneventi (in the middle) Takes 5 with the Pedal for the Cause executive team.

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From Oregon to Dublin, @symantec volunteers accept the #Take5 Challenge: http://symc.ly/1m052f8 @traumahealing2 @Pedalsd @EducateTogether
Friday, December 4, 2015 - 8:00am

CAMPAIGN: NortonLifeLock | Community Engagement


From fundraising for cancer, to facility improvement and cybersecurity training, Symantec employees around the world have accepted the Take 5 challenge and are making a difference in their communities.

Sometimes you just need a little inspiration. And that’s exactly why Take 5 was created. It’s been six months since Symantec introduced our FY16 volunteer challenge, and individuals and teams across the company have joined with nonprofit organizations to make a positive impact in their communities. Today, we’re highlighting three experiences where passionate Symantec employees are helping nonprofits grow and prosper.

Oregon HR Team Tackles Trauma Healing Project  

The Trauma Healing Project, based in Eugene, Oregon, was launched ten years ago by a coalition of survivors, community members, professionals, students, and researchers concerned about the negative impact of trauma on individual and community health. The nonprofit organization believes that in order to improve the quality of life in our communities and to end violence and abuse, healing and recovery must be understood, promoted, and accessible.

Continue reading on Symantec CR in Action blog.