Lighthouse commits to improving lives and developing relationships through monetary contributions, donation drives, and collaborative events and opportunities. We have established a lasting partnership with an international nonprofit company, The Ronald McDonald House Charities, as well as hyper-localized nonprofits in each of our office locales.
Lighthouse recently launched a new community engagement program to drive awareness, increase employee engagement, and make a greater impact in our communities across the globe. Lighthouse has established a lasting partnership with one international nonprofit, Ronald McDonald House Charities, as well as a hyper-localized nonprofit in each office location. Every year the company commits to improving lives and developing relationships through monetary contributions, donation drives, and collaborative events and opportunities.
-Brian Anderson, Manager of Pike Market Food Bank
lighthouse volunteering spotlight: Jamie’s Story
In honor of International Youth Day on August 12, 2018, Lighthouse donated more than 25 bicycles to The Chelly Foundation on behalf of the children of Chumkuri, Cambodia. The Chelly Foundation is a non-profit charity providing educational and health services to Cambodian youth. Earlier this month, Lighthouse’s Jamie Brown, Vice President of Advisory Services, who serves on The Chelly Foundation Board, spent two weeks in Cambodia to experience life in the village in hopes of better supporting the Foundation’s mission. Here’s an article describing her experience.
Lighthouse Volunteering Spotlight: Sarah’s Story
Last month my wife’s father passed away after a 9-year battle with Alzheimer’s disease. Before I met my wife and got to know her family, I didn’t personally know anyone with Alzheimer’s and didn’t know much about the disease or how it impacts so many Americans. There are no words to describe the tragedy of watching a loved one slowly deteriorate, with no viable treatment options available to slow the progress of the disease and no cure on the horizon.
LIGHTHOUSE VISITS UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST OF ENGLAND TO DISCUSS EDISCOVERY AND DIGITAL FORENSICS
Lighthouse London employees and UWE alum, Amren Gill and Kevin Burridge, visited the University of the West of England, Bristol (UWE) to give a presentation to the second and third year Forensic Computing and Security students. Amren and Kevin discussed the differences