At ImOn Communications, we take pride in being a part of the Cedar Rapids area community. We believe in supporting and giving back to the communities we serve through donations of time, resources, and sponsorships to local organizations.
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2015 EIFFH Award
ImOn Communications was honored at an award ceremony on October 29, 2015, for our effort in the 2015 Eastern Iowa Freedom From Hunger campaign. ImOn received 2nd place among all Cedar Rapids companies and organizations for raising 40,285 meals to support the HACAP Food Reservoir.
The Eastern Iowa Freedom from Hunger Food Drive campaign is designed to benefit area food assistance programs during the summer months when the demand for food assistance peaks, but supplies dwindle. The food drive has both a corporate and community component. Local companies, organizations, and individuals are encouraged to conduct a food or funds drive between June and August. Over all, the 2015 Eastern Iowa Freedom From Hunger campaign raised nearly a quarter-million meals that will assist 95 food assistance programs in the area.
TCR Costume Run
ImOn Communications had a great time participating in the 4th annual Theatre Cedar Rapids Costume Run on Saturday, October 28. ImOn employees provided a water stop for the runner along the race route and at the end of the race.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and once again ImOn Communications was proud to participate in the Especially for You Race 2015 in downtown Cedar Rapids.
The Especially for You Race Against Breast Cancer was founded by Mercy Medical Center and General Mills, and is dedicated to the memory of Sandy Knight, a brave and caring woman who lost her fight against breast cancer in July 1991. The race helps support free mammograms and other breast-care services to area individuals in need through the Especially for You fund.
Click here for more information about the Especially for You Race
Swamp Fox Parade 2015
ImOn Communications was in the Swamp Fox Parade on Saturday, September 26th, in Marion. We had a great time seeing all of our customers and handing out candy to the kids.
ImOn employees donated $7,000 to the 2015 Eastern Iowa Freedom From Hunger food drive, benefiting HACAP's food resevoir. With the help of each and every employees and the additional donations from ImOn partners we were able to over 40,000 meals for those in need in our community. This is the 4th year ImOn has participated in the community food drive and always look forward to helping out this great cause and great organization in our community. Eastern Iowa Freedom From Hunger helps stock the shelves of local food pantries, soup kitchens and emergency shelters in East Central Iowa.
Marion Rotary Marathon for Shoes 2015
ImOn had an excited team of volunteers at the mile 24 water stop for the 3rd annual Marion Rotary Marathon for Shoes. It was a great day to be out on the race course to cheer on the brave teams and individuals that pushed themselves to finish the full 26.2 miles through Marion.
The Marion Rotary Marathon for Shoes is a charitable event supporting "Shoes for Kids" and other philanthropic efforts of the Marion-East Cedar Rapids Rotary Club. To find out more about the marathon click HERE
Junior Achievement Volley 4 Education 2015
ImOn Communications had a team participate in the Junior Achievement Volley 4 Education 2015, June 5th at Volley's. We had a great time helping out another of our great community organizations! Find out more about Junior Achievement at www.jaeasterniowa.org
United Way Day of Caring 2015
ImOn Communications had 14 employees, volunteer and helped support our local community during United Way Day of Caring 2015! One ImOn team helped at HACAP, packing over 1600 healthy summer snack bags for those who participate in the organizations backpack program. The second ImOn team helped clean up the playground and grounds at Bridgehaven Pregnancy Support Center to get ready for the summer.
A record number of people volunteered in the community for United Way’s Days of Caring on Thursday, May 14 and Friday, May 15. This year marks United Way’s 22nd Day of Caring event, and more volunteers signed up than ever before. ImOn employees were a small part of the roughly 1,370 employees and volunteers from 53 businesses that were out in the community on 130 volunteer projects at 45 local nonprofits.