This month, we’re rolling up our sleeves to celebrate the beauty of our planet across our global locations with a few group volunteer activities.
It’s April and we’re celebrating Earth Day with a few volunteer initiatives across our global office locations. We’ve organized virtual and in-person outdoor events packed with ways our teams can go green. From sustainable living virtual sessions, earth-friendly activities like eco-bricking, and more, we’re rolling up our sleeves to build a greener future for our people and planet.
LiveVox Project Manager Rajeev Chandraprakash kicked us off with a virtual session on “The Way Towards Sustainable Living.” The session helped raise awareness about Earth Day within our company and covered ways to take the message out into our broader communities.
An ecobrick is a plastic bottle packed with used plastic to a set density. They serve as reusable building blocks. Eco bricks can be used to produce various items, including furniture, garden walls, and other structures. Rajeev introduced this topic in his presentation and showed attendees how to create an eco brick and what it can be used for.
We invited our teams to get crafty and share some original art celebrating our beautiful planet. Take a look at what LiveVox Senior Designer Jessica Davis created.
Plant a tree
Planting a tree is a classic Earth Day activity because trees improve air quality by producing oxygen. They also moderate the effects of sun and wind, and they clean the air by trapping dust. While many of our teams are still under stay-at-home orders and unable to partake in in-person activities like tree-planting, our Marketing Team didn’t let that stop them. The LiveVox Content Team planted a tree in San Bernardino National Forest in San Bernardino, California through A Living Tribute, an organization that plants tribute trees in national forests around the United States.
Participate in an employee virtual activity
LiveVox employees have been invited to participate in a fun Drawing/Painting Activity showcasing the theme of “Plastic Pollution.” Employees are exploring their own creativity or engaging their children to raise awareness about plastic pollution and have been asked to submit a photo of their drawing or painting.