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The Selected 2023 Cohort of the Caring Workplace Partnership Program

The Chapman Foundation for Caring Communities Announces Partner Organizations for the Caring Workplace Partnership Program 

[Clayton, Missouri] – The Chapman Foundation for Caring Communities is proud to announce the partner organizations selected for the 2023 cohort of the Caring Workplace Partnership Program. The selection process was extensive and thorough, with the Foundation seeking partners whose values and vision aligned with the ethos of a caring workplace. 

The selected organizations are the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, the Michigan Works Association, Increasing H.O.P.E. (North Charleston, SC), Habitat for Humanity of Kent County, Michigan, the North Charleston Fire Department (North Charleston, SC), and Capital Credit Union (Greenbay, WI). These organizations exemplify a deep commitment to focus on people and performance to make an impact. 

“We are thrilled to collaborate with these forward-thinking organizations,” said Misty Janks, CEO of the Chapman Foundation for Caring Communities (CFCC). “Their dedication to creating a caring workplace and prioritizing employee well-being aligns with our vision for this program. We believe this partnership presents a unique opportunity for personal and professional growth while making a positive impact on each organization and its community.” 

The Caring Workplace Program offers guidance and resources to participating organizations to foster a culture of care in the workplace. This partnership represents a transformative journey ahead of each organization, promoting a culture that extends beyond the workplace and positively impacts the communities they serve.  

“The long-term nature of this partnership ensures sustained growth and development, enhancing the capabilities of each organization,” said Micki Gibbs, CFCC Director of Caring Workplaces. “We are committed to making a positive impact on our partners, our communities, and the world at large by helping to create caring workplaces.” 

Organizations will be able to earn a Caring Workplace Designation by integrating critical behaviors that exhibit caring leadership and illustrating accountability and impact by their team members. Members of each organization become pioneers in a new era of leadership defined by care, service, and authenticity. We are excited to witness the positive changes this partnership will bring to each participating organization and community.  

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