Rossiter, who had heard about 2x4s for Hope in his morning meeting, asked his shift supervisor for permission to save the “load bars” that come in on the rear or some inbound loads to save for the charity’s next tiny home build.
Meet Patricia. Administrative Clerk. Community Advocate. Family Superwoman. After 15 years of being a hairdresser, Patricia felt it was time for a career change.
Meet Elly. Director of Pricing. Former Teaming with Local Charities (TLC) Committee Head. Community Advocate. Volunteerism Role Model.
2019 wrapped up Dot Foods’ fifth year partnering with the Alzheimer’s Association. In 2019, Dot ranked number 1 among all companies on per capita fundraising!
For the past two years, Dot employees Caden Miller and Kenzie Brocksieck have participated in the Quincy to Peoria St. Jude run. The run is an annual charity event benefiting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Dot has a presence in many communities across the country. But we don’t just have a business presence—we also have a charitable presence in the way we interact and participate in the community.