Access Systems knows the importance of community service and volunteering. Not only does volunteering assist the communities in which we work, but it also allows our employees to support causes about which they’re passionate.
That’s why we provide many opportunities that benefit different charities. Our communities have given so much to us, it’s important that we give back to them through community service, like volunteering and donating.
“As the previous Executive Director of Amanda the Panda, I can personally attest to the value volunteering provides to non-profit organizations in our communities,” Director of Human Resources Charlie Kiesling said. “We are extremely proud to be part of a group of individuals here at Access that give generously our time and talent. We have hosted blood drives, conducted donation drives, served meals at local non-profits, hosted internal fundraisers to benefit employees in need, and participated in walks and runs for charities.”
When you join Access Systems, you have the opportunity to become an agent of change for the community. We’re proud of the many ways we’ve helped improve the cities where our employees work and live.
Access Systems received the 2021 Governor's Volunteer Award from Governor Kim Reynolds. Coordinated by Volunteer Iowa, this award program recognizes dedicated people and companies who volunteer to help fulfill the missions of Iowa nonprofits, charitable organizations, and government entities.
The Access Cares program has made this award possible by sharing their generosity with local communities and giving back to organizations through volunteering and donations. Access Systems actively participates in blood drives, meal packaging, walks for cures, school supply drives, and many more activities to spread kindness. By joining Access Systems, you will be apart of the team that makes awards like these possible. We highly value volunteering our time to make a powerful impact in the communities we are apart of.
Watch the 2021 Governor's Volunteer Award virtual ceremony here: