Philanthropy & Culture: PF Partners with Project Helping and Int’l Society of Automation

PF Assembles Kynd Kits at International Society of Automation Networking Event 

As a patient-focused delivery team, we are committed to connecting our team members to patients and their families. Connecting our team to the patients has fostered a culture within our organization that is focused on providing solutions, meeting deadlines, and getting results.   

Project Helping organizes volunteer events specifically designed to make an impact — both on you and your community. First, Project Helping carefully selects partner organizations to build their signature Kynd Kits for. Inside each Kynd Kit contains hand-picked items that will have a lasting impact on the recipient. For Chemo Care Kynd Kits, this could be an herbal tea or a gratitude journal. For their Homeless Support Kits, this could be a travel mug or cold care items. Since their founding in 2014, Project Helping has hosted over 2,000 volunteer events, built over 25,000 Kynd Kits, and impacted over 250,000 people across the globe.  

Our Project Farma team in Colorado partnered with industry leaders at this International Society of Automation networking event to build Kynd Kits for attendees. At this event, Kynd Kits were catered towards autism sensory support. Together, our team made an impact on multiple children across the globe with autism sensory challenges.  

To learn more about Project Helping and how you can organize a Kynd Kit event of your own, click here!