Vermont Business Magazine The Hickok & Boardman affiliated companies are pleased to announce the nine recipients of 2020’s non-profit organization charitable gifts. In this annual tradition, each firm contributes to a fund, and then Hickok & Boardman employees and associates are given the opportunity to nominate a charity in which they are involved.
This year, the companies have selected: Frontline Foods VT, Mercy Connections, Black Lives Matter of Greater Burlington, Fairfax Rescue Squad, Fairfax Community Food Shelf, First Step Recovery House, Lamoille County Home & Health Hospice, Courtney’s Allies, and South Burlington Food Shelf.
Nearly 20 years ago, to celebrate the volunteerism and interests of their employees and associates, the Hickok & Boardman Affiliated Companies – Hickok & Boardman Insurance Group, Coldwell Banker Hickok & Boardman, Hickok & Boardman HR Intelligence & Retirement Solutions, Hickok & Boardman Capital Management – formed a Charitable Gifts committee with representatives from each company.
“The Hickok & Boardman Affiliated Companies along with our employees and associates, have long been known for their involvement and generosity in the communities in which they work and live”, says Scott Boardman, President of Hickok & Boardman Insurance. “All four companies recognize our team for their time, expertise, and personal contributions that they contribute to many local charities all year long. The H&B Charitable Gifts program is a way to support their community service and their passions.”
The origins of Hickok & Boardman date back to 1821 beginning with the Hickok & Boardman Insurance Group. Over the last 200 years they have expanded into Real Estate, Retirement Solutions & HR Intelligence, and Capital Management. Each company is Independently Owned and Operated.
For a list of previous year’s recipients go to http://hbvermont.com/community.html
Source: Hickok & Boardman July 1, 2020 – Burlington, VT