CHICAGO, December 19, 2018 - Fusion92 started their holiday break by giving back. The independent agency worked on three volunteer projects with the Make-A-Wish® Foundation, UCAN Chicago and Sunrise Senior Living to make a difference in any way they could.
“For us, it’s important to be involved within Chicago in ways that go beyond us just being a business,” said Debbie Van Ooteghem, EVP Business Development & Training. “We couldn’t wait to roll up our sleeves and work on these three volunteer projects that support Fusion92’s commitment to community involvement.”
The Make-A-Wish Foundation is supported by tens of thousands of volunteers, donors and supporters who help realize their vision of granting the wish of every child diagnosed with a critical illness. Because of the support they receive, they grant a child a wish every 34 minutes. Find out how you can help here: http://wish.org.
UCAN serves over 11,600 at-risk children, youth and families across Illinois through more than 30 programs that create a healing process for youth who have experienced trauma and provide a continuum of care. Learn more at http://www.ucanchicago.org.
For more than 35 years, Sunrise Senior Living has been dedicated to their mission to champion quality of life for all seniors. Visit them at https://www.sunriseseniorliving.com.
“This was a special opportunity to step outside our walls and positively affect people’s lives,” noted President Doug Dome. “We look forward to continuing our community service in more ways and growing this program in the future.”
Founded in 1999, Fusion92 is a Chicago-based independent marketing innovation agency that focuses on helping growth-stage and Fortune 500 companies across a number of industries including financial services, CPG, telecommunications and automotive. As a full-service agency, Fusion92 partners with its clients on consumer engagement that spans both traditional and digital media, leveraging its talents in creative, user experience, design, technology and media. Learn more at www.Fusion92.com.