For employees at CQuence Health Group, lunchtime is far more than just time to eat. It’s time to look through the list of charitable TAGG businesses that cater.

In fact, at a recent team retreat, CQuence TAGGed a breakfast order from Smoothie King and a lunch order from Greenbelly.

“Not only do we enjoy the delicious food they provide, but we feel really good about our non-profit beneficiary receiving a percentage back on our orders,” a representative from CQuence Health Group said.

CQuence Health Group is involved in TAGG’s Workplace Giving Program that provides companies a hassle-free way for employees to support community causes.

Every quarter, the company asks CQ Cares Committee members and other employees for their suggestions of organizations that are important to them and that they believe make a difference in the community.

Then, after reviewing the nominations, they select one and encourage employees to visit TAGG’s participating businesses in order to support that organization.

Choosing a new nonprofit to support every quarter has become something that they continue to look forward to.

Just recently, CQuence Health Group employees decided to support Grief’s Journey (formerly Ted E. Bear Hollow), a local nonprofit that provides free peer support, training, and consultation.

On March 10, CQuence Health Group posted a picture of a card they received in the mail from Grief’s Journey on Facebook. Individuals from Grief’s Journey wanted to thank CQuence Health for their efforts and thoughtfulness.

So, not only did CQuence Health Group show their corporate citizenship, but they also helped out Grief’s Journey in the process.

If you want your company to maximize its impact in Omaha, check out TAGG’s Workplace Giving Program. Email for more information.