HomeTask Places Charity Board at Headquarters As a Reminder of Their Greater Mission

As the holiday season approaches, HomeTask CEO Jerrod Sessler has been
rallying the community and his staff around the greater mission that undergirds everything they do at HomeTask. To assist in achieving those ends, a charity board now sits at the entrance to HomeTask’s headquarters in Burien, WA. HomeTask currently contributes to many local charities and started its own ‘HomeTask Cares Foundation’ in 2006. Sessler hopes that this charity board serves as a continual reminder that HomeTask exists to serve a mission greater than its own profits.

Sessler recently shared the motivation behind the charity board and his desire to serve, “I was thankful when HomeTask finally got to the point where we could generously support charities because that has been my heart since I founded HomeTask nearly twelve years ago. As a long-time resident of Burien, I see this community as my home and the members of this community as family. I wanted to put up this board as a daily reminder to me and my staff that we exist for something more than our profits. We want to see the people of our community grow and that is why we primarily support local charities. Sessler also hopes that the charity board will encourage the community and other local business members to learn about and support local charities.

HomeTask has these charities listed currently on its board, but is interested in adding additional local charities as well: Highline Schools Foundation for Excellence, Youth Experiential Training Institute, New Futures, Highline Area Food Bank, Community Animal Resource and Education Society, the Northwest Chapter of Paralyzed Veterans of America, the Burien Little Theatre, and Orphan Relief and Rescue. If any companies are interested in partnering with HomeTask, for the purpose of local charitable giving, as the holiday season approaches then call 206-763-6800 or email pr@hometask.com

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