Corporate Social Responsibility

 

At KLAS we are passionate about creating a positive impact within healthcare, and we are also passionate about creating a positive impact within our community. We strive to become responsible, contributing members of our neighboring community, and communities across the globe. Whether it includes volunteering at the local shelter, or planting gardens in Cabo, KLAS feels it has the potential to create change in people’s lives.

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KLAS 2015 Service Blitz

To celebrate a great year, all KLAS employees served at several local organizations including Deseret Industries, TURN Community Services, Utah Valley Family Support and Treatment Center, Orem Rehabilitation & Skilled Nursing, and Hidden Hollow Care Center. We had a great time sorting inventory, cleaning facilities, playing with children, and doing crafts with adults with disabilities.

 
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TURN Community Services

We love partnering with TURN Community Services. In February, several KLAS employees participated in their Valentine’s party, dancing and crafting with TURN clients. Employees also attended the annual Miss Inspiration Pageant, cheering on contestants and being inspired by their stories of compassion and determination. We look forward to doing more activities with TURN in the future.

 
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Way Cool Angels

In January, several KLAS employees traveled to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, and participated with the nonprofit organization Way Cool Angels. Employees planted gardens, constructed an irrigation system, donated school supplies, and laid a cement foundation for necessary structures in an area greatly affected by a hurricane in 2014.

 
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Days for Girls

As a company, we took on a project to complete 100 Days for Girls hygiene kits to go to girls in an employee’s hometown of Grande Rivière du Nord, Haiti. These reusable hygiene kits make it possible for girls on their menstrual cycle to continue going to school without inconvenience or embarrassment. We spent several weeks purchasing fabric and supplies, cutting, sewing, and ironing. A day was dedicated to completing and assembling the kits. Employees brought their families, and with their help, we were able to meet our goal of completing 100 kits. These kits were sent to Haiti in August.