At Innovize, we are committed to corporate social responsibility and giving back to the community. Recently, we had the privilege of assembling art therapy kits for patients at the U of M Masonic Children’s hospital, our long-term philanthropic partner. We are proud of our company’s philanthropic efforts and the positive impact we are making on the lives of others.
Art therapy is a valuable form of therapy for children and adolescents who may have difficulty expressing themselves through words. By providing patients with art therapy kits, we are helping them to cope with the challenges they may be facing and improve their physical, mental, and emotional well-being.
These kits are filled with a variety of art supplies such as paints, crayons, markers, and modeling clay. Most kits are designed to be used along with the direction of an art instructor who guides the children through a project, but some patients prefer to use the kits independently, fostering their own creative expression.
We had a goal of assembling 150 kits during a seven-hour window when associates could drop in at anytime to participate. Well, our associates assembled 185 kits in just TWO HOURS! We had to halt production when we ran out of supplies.
We delivered the kits to hospital team members last month who were just as excited as us to make a difference in the lives of patients and their families.
We believe that giving back to the community is an important part of being a responsible business. Our partnership with the U of M Masonic Children’s Hospital is just one example of how we are making a positive impact on the lives of others. We are committed to continuing to support the hospital and other organizations that share our values.
Thank you to our associates for their dedication and hard work in assembling the art therapy kits! Our partnership with the U of M Masonic Children’s Hospital is an important part of our company’s commitment to social responsibility, and we look forward to continuing to support the hospital and other organizations in the future.
Learn more about our partnership with the hospital HERE.