On Thursday, Endeavor employees spent the day giving back to their communities during their annual day of service. The day’s activities marked the 11th annual Walk the Walk, during which Endeavor employees across the globe support projects that encourage sustainability, inclusion, democracy and equity.
The talent representation, marketing and sponsorship firm encourages its employees to get involved in their communities throughout the year, and the 2018 day of service was no different, with employees volunteering for the Ronald McDonald House in Los Angeles, the Southern Poverty Law Center in Los Angeles and New York, Food Angel in Hong Kong, National Animal Welfare Trust in London and more.
In support of equity, Endeavor employees worked with Little Village in London, which helps provide baby and child items to families in need, and Project C.U.R.E. in Nashville, which provides medical supplies and equipment to developing countries around the world.
In the name of democracy, the Bail Project, League of Women Voters, Sandy Hook Promise and Tennessee Immigrant & Refugee Rights Coalition were all supported by Endeavor employees.
To help bring more diverse voices to the forefront and promote inclusively in art, A Place Called Home, Corearts, Inside Out Writers and Young Storytellers were also impacted by the worldwide agency’s efforts during Walk the Walk.
In London, New York, Los Angeles and Nashville, the company also programed panels and events to encourage their four tenants. Topics included the importance of voting, how to get involved in activism, sustainable farming and women’s rights.
The Walk the Walk day of service was spread throughout the United States and held in Germany, Hong Kong, Spain, Australia, United Arab Emirates, Italy and more.