The latest Government Shutdown lasted 35 days and was recorded as the longest partial Federal Government shutdown in U.S. history. The shutdown created a sense of uncertainty and unpredictability for many workers. More than 90 ServiceSource employees—77% of whom have disabilities–were impacted by the shutdown at 11 contract sites. Throughout the shutdown, ServiceSource rallied to […]
ServiceSource is continually looking to build our media relationships and increase our visibility in the communities we serve. With this goal in mind, the Community Engagement Team has started a partnership with 495 Digital, which will give ServiceSource access to a public relations platform, Cision PRWeb. The Cision PRWeb platform will help increase our mission awareness […]
Check out this article about Friendship House Fayetteville from the January/February 2019 Edition of CityView Magazine. CityView Magazine is a North Carolina-based publication that highlights the people who “work, live, and play” in Cumberland County. CityView Magazine is published eight times per year with two special issues.
ServiceSource is proud to announce our participation in the 43rd Marine Corps Marathon 2018. Begun in 1976, the Marine Corps Marathon (MCM) was founded to promote community goodwill and to give Marines the opportunity to qualify for the Boston Marathon. Four decades later, the MCM, known as “The People’s Marathon,” is one of the largest […]
At the annual Abilities Foundation meeting, Tiffany Washkewicz presented the board of trustees with a $30,000 check in support of ServiceSource Warrior Bridge―a comprehensive suite of job-placement, home renovation, community reintegration, emergency assistance, and homeless services that’s helped hundreds of veterans with lifelong disabilities transition successfully from military to civilian life. “My family foundation is […]