Conversational, a virtual receptionist and virtual assistant provider, enjoys giving back to the community by volunteering and making contributions to local and regional programs that provide services and activities to area youth and local citizens in need.
In 2016 and 2017, Conversational donated to several organizations that are special to the company: Santa’s Angel’s (pictured at right, a renowned MMA fighter, and the U16 Provincial Ringette team (pictured below). Conversational also spent some time volunteering for and working to help raise money for local organizations like Big Brothers Big Sisters.
“Conversational was happy to contribute a free year of phone service to a local charity, Santa’s Angels, this holiday season as they have in years past. The charity rounds up Santa and several of his elves to visit locals who are struggling financially and find themselves unable to provide gifts and food for their children during the holidays. Santa’s Angels is staffed only by volunteers, and together, they fund-raise and collect donations, build custom packages and gifts for families, and hand-deliver them to recipients.” – PRweb, Conversational Gives Back This Holiday Season
U16 Provincial Ringette Team
“Conversational also made a financial donation to the U16 Provincial Ringette team on December 9. For the uninitiated, ringette is a popular game similar to ice hockey that is played with a rubber ring instead of a puck and a straight stick instead of the traditionally curved hockey stick.
An excited ringette team member joined CEO Tanya Lamont at Conversational’s office to officially receive the check in the amount of two hundred and fifty dollars. The donation will serve to help the team with uniform costs, team events and activities, and travel arrangements.” – PRweb, Conversational Gives Back This Holiday Season
Lenny Wheeler, MMA Fighter
Lenny Wheeler is known as “The Show Stealer.” He’s a renowned local and regional MMA fighter, and Conversational is proud to support Lenny through sponsorship. He fights out of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, and he’s had 9 major wins in his MMA career so far.
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Team Conversational had a blast “bowling for kids’ sake” at Big Brothers Big Sisters’ fundraiser, Bowl for Kids’ Sake in March 2016 and March 2017!
The team worked together to raise money for Big Brothers Big Sisters PEI and headed to the bowling alley to show their support for the annual community fundraiser.
“Bowl for Kids Sake is a community bowling fundraiser organized by Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) of PEI. Each year, nearly 250 corporate and community teams across Prince Edward Island come together to raise funds for BBBS of PEI.
On Bowl for Kids Sake weekend (March 5th & 6th), we put on our best summer/cruise/resort wear and headed to our local bowling lanes for a big party to support BBBS of PEI.
“Money invested in BBBS programs generates an average social return on investment of $18.00 for every $1.00 invested. Every dollar raised will have huge impact in the community, and we love to be part of that impact!”