100 Days of Giving

Tradehome has been thriving for the last century, with a large thanks to our local communities. Now, it's our turn to give back. In honor of our 100 years in business, we are encouraging our staff to get involved and make a difference. Employees are being encouraged to volunteer their time at any local charity of their choosing. The endless number of opportunities allows each Tradehome employee to connect with an organization that aligns with their passions, expertise, and time. Check out some of our employee's volunteer experiences!

Heaven's Helpers Soup Cafe
in Bismark, ND

"I spent my time helping out at Heaven's Helpers Soup Cafe. It was so rewarding seeing all the happy faces from those less fortunate. "

 

 

- Tim Kaiser (Bismark, ND)

Camp Millhouse of
South Bend, Indiana

“I enjoyed being able to give back to a charity that I feel strongly about. Donating my time and my abilities to an organization my customers and community benefit from is a great feeling.”

 

 

- Tim Wray (Mishawaka, Indiana)

Denver, Colorado

"In the morning, we ran around and organized/filled 10 "Free Little Libraries." We had our daughter donate a number of her books to the libraries as well. In the afternoon, we spent time downtown Denver handing out 50 snack bags to the homeless."

 

 

- Jon Skudlarek (Regional Supervisor)

Minnesota Young
Champions Group

“It was a great experience to get out and give back to the community. Not only did it allow me to meet up with an old friend of mine, but it gave me the chance to meet new faces. I will definitely be back out with this group for their future events.”

 

 

- Cody Beavers (Cottage Grove, Minnesota)

Boys & Girls Club of
Menasha, Wisconsin

"I had a great time chaperoning a track meet for the Boys & Girls Club. I even ran the 200m myself! I look forward to volunteering more often, it was an eye opening experience."

 

- Jeff Yaun (Appleton, Wisconsin)

Community Action Agency of Siouxland in Sioux City, Iowa

"Not only did I get outside on a beautiful day, but being able to landscape an area where kids could run around and play afterward was very rewarding."

 

- Adam Harmon (Sioux City, Iowa)

“At the end of the day it’s not about what you have or even what you’ve accomplished… it’s about who you’ve lifted up, who you’ve made better. It’s about what you’ve given back.”