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ARMCO Cares

About ARMCO CARES

Launched in 2018, ARMCO CARES is a philanthropic initiative established by ACES Risk Management to enable employees to share in the firm’s success by contributing financially to the charities and causes close to their hearts. The program offers a dollar-for-dollar match of employee donations to a U.S. registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization of the employee’s choice and also supports employees’ wellness and community involvement programs.

Recognizing the tremendous need for charitable contributions and community support during the COVID-19 pandemic, ACES Risk Management has expanded ARMCO CARES to include donation matching of up to $250 per employee and encourage employees to volunteer and engage in community outreach. Our team has been kind enough to share their stories of humanitarianism and acts of kindness during these troubling times. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do.

Our Stories

Romina Cusenza, VP of Marketing, delivered muffins and a special note to her neighbors to help unite her community and brighten their day.

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CEO Trevor Gauthier and family donated to 6 different local Colorado charities during the COVID-19 pandemic. His daughter Elise personally donated to the Denver Dumb Friends league after reading the book "The Giving Crusade".

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Ben Mahan, CTO, plays in a 100 hole golf charity event which raises money for Wheeler Mission which gas played a big role during the recent shutdown by keeping people fed and helping support those with addiction issues. This year he doubled his financial and human investment by including my son, Dylan.

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Sharon Reichhardt and family adopted a black lab mix puppy (Morgan) in March 2020 to help clear out the shelters. She is handling grocery shopping and running errands for her 78 year old mother and her boys run errands for their elderly neighbors. Sharon's My husband Torben is Service Director of a car dealership. As an essential business, he has worked the entire time. Our boys (Jacob 21 and Sebastian 18) are working this summer as porters/car washers for the dealership to assist with the enhanced sanitation and delivery protocols.

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Director of Business Development, Kathleen Kinney, has been making lemon bars for her neighbors since the start of the COVID-19 crisis started. She has also been taking out the trash cans for her 93 year old widower, Harvey who lives across the street.

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Jaime Hesek volunteers daily at the Clinton County (IL) Humane Society walking dogs and caring for the animals such as little Hadley her new favorite kitty.

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