Giving Back

In honor of Earth Day, the Interrupt team took a detour on the way to the office and spent some time with Mother Nature. On April 21, we spent the first half of the day volunteering with Metroparks Toledo for its reforestation project at the Fallen Timbers Battlefield in Maumee, OH.The project began in 2014 and aims to replace more

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We recently stepped away from our keyboards to spend the day at Helping Hands of St. Louis, a local outreach center for our low income and homeless neighbors. Some of us helped to prepare and serve a meal—including cutting 118 pounds of potatoes! Others sorted clothing donations, helped patrons shop the food pantry and pulled weeds in the community garden.

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The demand on soup kitchens and other groups fighting hunger has never been greater. Join us to help ensure these organizations have the funds to continuously provide meals to those in need.   Help us Feed our Community For our Rock the Bowl event, the King Pins and Alley Aces of Interrupt head to the lanes to raise funds for the Toledo

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At Interrupt, giving back to the community is a core part of what our agency does. But many of us also give back outside of work. We wanted to take a moment to highlight our staff members that make volunteering for causes close to their hearts a part of their personal lives as well! We asked our volunteers to let

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Every summer, a group of Interrupters, spouses and friends don their helmets and pedal up to 150 miles for a good cause. The two-day Bike to the Bay event is sponsored by the Northwest Ohio

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Each Valentine’s Day, Interrupt aims to help heal hearts in need with our Have a Heart auction. The whole team contributes a variety of handcrafted items, including beautiful glass heart designs made at Firenation Glass

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As a thanks to Bill and other employers all over Ohio for their support of the “Citizen Airman”, the 180th Fighter Wing and the 121st Air Refueling Wing of the Ohio Air National Guard, teamed

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When Bill first introduced the concept of a Building Materials University to train Interrupters on the ins and outs of construction, the team thought the best way to learn would be to get hands on

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One afternoon in March, Emily received a call warning of her pending arrest. She was going to be “locked up” to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association and only had so many days to raise her

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Bill will be the first to tell you that though he graduated Notre Dame, he’s never lost touch with the “Fighting Irish.” Every semester, Bill returns to class so he can speak to MBA students

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Make-a-Wish of Northwest Ohio came to Bill when they wanted to take a bolder, more eye-catching approach to the promotion of “Wine & Wishes,” a charity dinner that uses its proceeds to make the wishes

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Locks of Love is on a mission to return a sense of self confidence to children suffering from hair loss. And Interrupt’s own Rose is helping the cause, donating her lengthy locks to contribute to

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The need for blood transfusions is constant and great, yet only 3 in 100 Americans donate, according to the Red Cross. To help grow that 3 percent, Interrupters organized a blood drive in the office.

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