This holiday season, Vista adopted three foster kids with the hopes of making their Christmas memorable and filled with gifts. Our employees passionately embraced DA Blodgett’s foster families and were able to fill their holiday wish lists with presents they may not otherwise have had. These families live at the D.A. Blodgett residential home - where children and adolescents are provided a safe and loving place to live. D.A. Blodgett’s residential treatment program offer kids caring foster parents and an environment that fosters healing and compassion. D.A. Blodgett goes to great lengths to provide the kids with both emotional and physical support. Their goal is to create an atmosphere where the children can feel at home and experience a real, safe home-life environment.
We deeply value each one of our relationships and try to show that in subtle ways throughout the year. The holiday season has always been a fun time for all of us to spread some extra cheer!
In the holiday spirit, we put our heads together and came up with something really unique this year! We assembled photos of each of our employees and put them together in a family style layout to create our holiday card. We hope that you all enjoy this as much as we did putting it together!
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Vista team held a fundraiser that allowed employees to purchase Vista themed breast cancer awareness t-shirts. It wasn’t easy getting all the guys to wear pink, but it’s for a great cause! All proceeds were donated to Living Beyond Breast Cancer, a charity that provides programs and services to help individuals and families that have been affected by breast cancer. “Donating to this cause and honoring Breast Cancer Awareness Month is very important to us because we all know people who are impacted” said Staci Bryant, the organizer behind Vista’s fundraiser.
Vista is proud to be a sponsor of the Kids’ Food Basket’s Feeding our Future Campaign.
About Kid’s Food Basket
Founded in 2001, Kids Food Basket is a grassroots, community-lead initiative to address childhood hunger. KFB got its start by serving just over 100 kids through their Sack Supper program. Today they provide sack suppers for nearly 7,500 West Michigan children each day.
Vista IT Group is proud to announce our multi-year corporate sponsorship of Western Michigan University’s Haworth’s College of Business Sales Negotiation & Leadership Lab. As a long-time supporter of Western’s Sales and Business Marketing Association (SBMA) program, we are happy to invest in the education experience of so many promising young students.
In honor of the back to school season, Vista IT Group held a back-to-school supply drive and collected school supplies for a local elementary school in our community.
In honor of National Stamp Out Hunger day, Vista IT Group held a food drive to collect food and supplies to benefit Kids’ Food Basket.
Founded over a decade ago, Kids Food Basket is a grassroots, community lead initiative to address childhood hunger. KFB got its start by serving just over 100 kids through their Sack Supper program. Today they provide sack lunches for nearly 7,500 West Michigan children each and every day.
In honor of National Reading Month, Vista IT Group held a book drive to benefit a local elementary school in our community. In a matter of just a few short weeks, the Vista family was able to collect more than 30 books to donate to the school’s library. “It is so rewarding to give back to our local community. Especially when kids are involved, everyone steps up to the plate.” said Melissa Scheidel, book drive coordinator, “It’s just great to know we are supporting a school that might not receive new books otherwise.”
It’s been a tradition for Vista IT Group to be a supporter of Western Michigan University’s Sales and Business Marketing Association (SBMA) program. We are proud to announce our newly formed multi-year corporate sponsorship of Haworth’s College of Business newly opened sales lab.
In a matter of just three short weeks, the Vista family was able to collect more than 150 toys for the U.S Marine Corps Reserve’s Toys for Tots Drive. Our goal was to collect 50 toys. It’s safe to say we’ll have to set our sights a bit higher in 2018! Thank you everyone who helped make an impact in the lives of those in need.