How We're Giving Back - The Rotary Club
Life in the midst of a global pandemic is confusing, to say the least, and has left many of us quickly adapting to a new normal, much of which involves figuring out remote work structures for companies that have historically operated out of offices full of teams and coworkers.
Here at Kelly Klee, though, remote work has always been a big part of our company culture — we’re powered by a group of amazing team members located all throughout the country and we’ll be sharing our time-honed processes and tips next week.
In the meantime, we’re also turning our focus to helping those around us. Working with charitable organizations is nothing new for our team. Our CEO and co-founder, Jon Kelly, is an active member and incoming President of his local Rotary Club and this Thursday and every Thursday for the near future, they’re offering opening up their meetings to the public via Zoom to show firsthand how, with the technology that’s abundantly available these days, we can come together and help one another from afar.
Rotary International is a network of over 1.2 million leaders and problem-solvers who work together to create lasting impact across our globe. Together, members use their passion and connections to help fight disease, promote peace, support education, and more. The organization’s mission statement speaks volumes:
“We provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through our fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders.”
So tune in every Thursday from 7:30 to 8:30am Mountain Time (6:30a PDT, 9:30a EDT) when Jon’s Rotary Club will be hosting their meetings live . In case you’re not familiar, Zoom is a video conferencing platform that’s ultra easy to use — we’ve heard that they’ve even got a filter that will have you looking fresh at all times.
Jon will lead the call in reciting the Pledge of Allegiance, welcoming guests and visiting Rotarians, introduce Aspen Rotary president Shaun Hathaway, and then callers will have an opportunity to do “Happy Bucks,” where everyone can share good news and make a small donation to charity.
Let’s work together to help each other in incredible ways during this challenging time! The best way to tune in is on your computer. If you do, you’ll be able to see Rotarians and any slides used by the speaker. To do that, click this link: https://zoom.us/j/954190724
If you’d just like to listen to the meeting, you can, by dialing 669-900-6833.You will be asked for a Meeting ID. Enter 954 190 724 and then press #. We hope to see you there.