We love bringing you good news stories and here at “Doing More” we thought what a better way to kick off the new decade than by honoring our fellow heroes, our veterans!
Cox Southwest Employee Resource Group Salutes Veterans
On this episode, we had the privilege of chatting with some Cox employees, also veterans, who shared their experiences as part of Cox’s Veterans Employee Resource Group also known as the Southwest Region Veteran’s ERG Program.
This program is very special as it honors the strength, courage and commitment of those who served (and still serve) our country. Take a look!
Thank you Cox Communications for continuing to actively and genuinely support our veterans and active duty servicemen and women!
Capitol School Toy Drive
And speaking of Cox employees, this next story is such a wonderful example of how one person can truly spark hope ablaze. Created 24 years ago by a Cox employee who saw a need in the community, the Capitol School Toy Drive continues to create smiles on the faces of thousands of deserving students in the community.
As you may already know, “Doing More” not only celebrates those here at home locally but throughout the country as well.
Salvation Army Food Drive
And this next story comes from Las Vegas where for the 20th year in a row more than one thousand Cox employees have collected food to donate to The Salvation Army as a way in furthering the organization in continuing to assist those in need.
You’re going to love this story! I sure did. Such a great example of giving a ‘hand up’!
You’ll find many more stories like these in the most recent episode of “Doing More”, now airing. We invite you to tune in and watch on Sundays at 6 pm, Mondays at 7 pm, Wednesdays at 11:30 pm, and Saturdays at 8:30 pm. Check your Cox Cable Yurview guide for the channel number in your city.
You can also subscribe on YouTube for more inspiring stories like these, because working together for a better tomorrow matters. It’s exciting work, it’s purposeful work and there are so many stories to be told!
Let’s also remember that recognizing those who have served, and are still serving, our great country can be a year-round act of gratitude. Whether it’s a family member, friend or a stranger who crosses our path, a simple ‘thank you’ really can make a world of difference.
Stay encouraged, friends!
Erica Cardenas (@ericacardenas1)