What do you think? As always, we update the Participants tab on our site on a quarterly basis. This quarter, there’s something new. For the first time, we’ll have TWO logos in our DIAMOND section!
And yes, technically, there could be three logos, if DePaul University allowed us to use their overall logo rather than strictly their DePaul Alumni logo, but we’re still impressed with the two!
Now, the two up there have similarities, but also some differences. First, here’s the current breakout for the amount of cards made as of 7/1/2016:
· Kforce – 1,138
· AAFCS – 1,139
Here are some comparisons:
- Record Setting. Until last quarter, Q2 2016, Kforce had the record for the most cards made in a quarter, 675 cards (Q2 2014). Now the record is owned by AAFCS – 915 cards (Q2 2016).
All For One. The main reason we decided to acquire a hospital in Tampa, FL is because that’s where the Kforce office is located that produced all the cards. We wanted to say thanks and make sure their community was positively impacted. With AAFCS, they had at least 15 different chapters join in, and the most any one chapter made was 177 cards. When everyone pitches in, a lot can be accomplished.
Need Consistency. Kforce was one of the early groups to participate in Cardz for Kidz! and held its first event in Q2 2014. Equally impressive, even when the gentleman who started the first event at Kforce moved on, they continued making cards! AAFCS was able to reach the Diamond level within 3 quarters, Q4 2015 – Q2 2016.
Now what do you think is MORE IMPRESSIVE, one office originally being the only group dedicated to making over 1,000 cards OR a group of people inspiring other small groups of people across the country to join in in making cards? We think both models accomplish our goal – to make more cards and uplift more spirits.
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