Melco’s new President and Managing Director, Dale Sanders, is very community-oriented. Under his leadership, Melco will be finding ways to volunteer and help out within the Denver-Metro area more than ever before.
“Community involvement, being a good corporate citizen is one of our key values here at Melco. Investing in others and giving back to the community strengthens us as individuals as well as the community at large and will be part of our organization going forward."
The holiday season brings on the spirit of giving for many people. Operation Santa, a program offered through The Tennyson Center for Children, was a perfect match for Melco to give back to the community.
“They offer a number of ways to support at-need kids”, according to Brittany Speaker, Office Administrator at Melco. “I really enjoyed working with Mikki to get us involved in a meaningful way. We’re so happy to make a difference for these kids.”
To say that Melco is a company filled with generous hearts would be an understatement. Thanks to them, 10 kids will have a brighter Christmas this year. Gifts ranged from cash donations to clothing and toys. The Tennyson Center supplied Melco with a Christmas list for each child. Lists included basic necessities like socks and jackets, to toys, games and crafts that kids had specifically asked for.
The Tennyson Center for Children is a treatment center for abused, neglected and at-risk youth in the Rocky Mountain region, located near Denver, Colorado. Founded in 1904, they’ve played an important part in the community for over 110 years by providing children the treatment and resources they desperately need, and the quality care they deserve.
The Tennyson Center has several different ways for the community to get involved, as individuals or as corporate sponsors. Cash donations, volunteer work, hosting events, non-cash gifts, and programs such as Operation Santa are just a few of the options they offer.
If you’re interested in working with this amazing organization, please click the following link to visit their website and learn more: http://www.tennysoncenter.org/