Goldmark is excited to kick off the Thrive Drive campaign! The Thrive Drive is an opportunity for us and our residents to give back to our community partners by donating critical need items.
In December, all Goldmark Teams were challenged to spread holiday cheer and spruce up our office, shops, and work areas with decorated holiday trees. To add to the fun, pictures of the trees were voted on by our Facebook community and our Thrive Gives program awarded the top three teams with a financial donation to their Charity of Choice!
On Wednesday, August 10th, the Goldmark team in Bismarck volunteered for the United Way's Day of Caring. The team assisted Youthworks by sorting, folding, and sizing clothing for children in need.
The Goldmark Property Accountants spent a day out of the office volunteering for Lake Agassiz Habitat for Humanity. The team worked on the Spartan Build project located in north Fargo.
On June 7th, members of our Payable Team volunteered at Hope Blooms in Fargo, ND. The team assembled flower bouquets of various sizes and colors, and enjoyed being able to use their creative side outside of the office.
The Jeremiah Program believes the pervasive and systemic impacts of poverty can be disrupted. At the beginning of May, the Goldmark Human Resources Team assembled 52 May Day baskets for children aged 2 - 8 years old.
Goldmark has been a long-time partner of the American Red Cross. On April 28th, 2022, Goldmark presented the American Red Cross with a monetary donation to help with their life-saving efforts.
Goldmark is committed to each of the communities in which we serve through fiscal and volunteer support. We contributed to several regional organizations which help to enrich the lives of those in our communities.
Grand Forks site offices collected a over thirty grocery bags filled with food during the Sunshine September Food Drive which ended on October 2nd to support Altru’s Sunshine Hospitality home.
Nine Fargo Team Members took a day away from their offices to help Lake Agassiz Habitat for Humanity at their Women Build Project. The Women Build Project brings women from the Fargo community