Businesses have found an original solution for the problem of employment for employee’s children during the summer vacation.
Instead of bringing the child to their working place and let them get bored to death in office until the end of day, these workplaces offer a voluntary framework for employee’s children.
They are working in a nonprofit organizations for those in need, that seek helping hands
In return, the children gets working fees from their parent’s working place.
An example to this collaboration, is the cooperation between “Adama” farming solution company that produces soil crop protection, with charity organization Yad B’yad headed by R’ Yaakov Gloiberman, sustaining the project “schoolbag for every child”.
Dozens of youth have already packed more than 3,500 schoolbags, stationary and study books.
The packages will be sent to kids from low income families.
Adama employee’s children have joined that operation as part of the overall cooperation between Yad B’yad and Adama, in which they also volunteer in preparing food packages for those in need. Especially during Jewish holidays.
Rachel Levi, community relations manager for Adama Company: “One of the cornerstones of Adam’s involvement in the community, is instilling values. We are educating our children to excellence. Project “schoolbag for every child” surely reflects this approach. The youth learn values of giving to others. They are exposed to the plight of the populations they do not encounter in everyday life.
At the same time, the charity organization receives financial contribution from Adama Company that allows the purchase of school supplies. Packaging and so on are done by the company – free of charge.”