VoYA Nominee 2017 – BakerRisk

BakerRisk was nominated for the United Way of San Antonio’s Volunteer of the Year Award (VoYA) in recognition and gratitude for our long time support with educational events for homeless children as part of the SAMMinistries program. These events are aimed to inspire children to take an interest in science and engineering, in hopes of motivating them in school and eventually into a career path; ultimately a way out of poverty.

BakerRisk also regularly volunteers in programs such as the Tour De Cure event by the American Diabetes Association, the Walk MS event, the Rock and Roll Marathon, and construction projects for Habitat for Humanity. It is our hope to increase our outreach participation worldwide.

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