In the spirit of friendly competition, Paycom took part in Infant Crisis Services’ Bedlam for Babies drive, where Paycom and its employees combined to donate necessities like food, diapers, formula, wipes, toys and clothes.
“I think it is phenomenal that our employees are so generous in giving back to the community,” Stacey Pezold, executive vice president of operations said. “We are passionate about finding great causes within our community to support and Infant Crisis Services is one that is really making a difference.”
The competition pitted fans from the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University against one another in a race to bring basic necessities for toddlers and babies. Employees from each fan-base collected items that will help families in need across the state.
Paycom continues its giving spirit next Saturday, Dec. 13, when it joins forces with The Salvation Army, News Channel 4, Buy for Less and the Oklahoma City Rotary Club to kick-off the Warmth 4 Winter coat drive at the Buy for Less location at 3501 Northwest Expressway in Oklahoma City. Festivities start at noon and include train rides, pictures with Santa and hot cocoa, all of which are free to the public with the donation of a coat.
The human capital management technology company has been active in its giving throughout 2014, helping to support The Salvation Army, Anna’s House, Make-A-Wish, The American Heart Association and many more.