Employees volunteered at a food bank in Argentina, helping to sort and prepare food for pick up by local social organizations.×
Lilly employees in Sydney spent the day with a local school participating in the following activities:
Employees across the Basingstoke region participated in a variety of community service projects from landscaping, gardening and grounds maintenance to working with young people living with disabilities. The team partnered with a dozen organizations in these activities.×
Adhering to the theme of "Love Migrant Children, Provide Cheerful Youth," more than 70 Lilly China volunteers went to Antingzhen Zhongcun Primary School in suburban Shanghai on September 22 after Lilly employees' first visit to the same school on Global Day last year. The volunteers provided the students of migrant worker families with care and companionship on behalf of all Lilly China employees.×
Colleagues at our Fegersheim manufacturing site participated in eight projects, including tree planting and trimming, cleaning up a nearby forest and painting at a community center. Six teams also helped with restoration and beautification at historical castles in the area.
Here, we donated our time to supporting people with intellectual disabilities.×
From painting and home repairs to gardening, bicycle maintenance and moving services, our France team helped disabled, poor, elderly, refugee and homeless members of the community on Lilly Global Day of Service. We also assisted organizations that provide guide dog training for the blind.
The France team also partnered with nonprofits, including the Red Cross, Arche, Paul Parquet, Les Restos du coeur and Don du sang.×
Employees across Hong Kong and Macau spent time visiting and caring for people in their communities who have disabilities.×
Some employees partnered with The Guide-Dog Training School of the Blind and Partially Sighted in Budapest while others worked to improve the community through renovation projects and gardening.×
In Indonesia, Lilly and Elanco employees visited the Children Cancer Foundation where they painted murals, gardened and participated in a talent show with the children. Additionally, they donated indoor swings and toys to the foundation.×
Lilly Italy helped children and animals with a series of projects that focused on:
Our Japan team focused on continued support in areas affected by the earthquake and tsunami of 2011 by raising money and delivering community volunteer services throughout Kumamoto and Fukushima.
In Korea, our team visited eight local organizations for orphans, senior citizens and people with disabilities. They provided cleaning services, played games with the children and helped those who might like to be taken out to various places they wanted to visit.×
Employees in Kuwait partnered with the Kuwait Food Bank to pack food supplies and serve them to families in need.×
Employees in Lebanon collaborated with Mission de Vie, a local NGO, to put smiles on the faces of families in need through providing them various forms of aid, including psychological support.
Lilly colleagues partnered with the National Zoo of Malaysia administrators to help with on-site activities at the zoo, including landscaping and planting trees, refurbishing facilities - including benches and tables - and feeding the zoo animals.×
In Mexico, we partnered with Fundación IMSS, an autonomous and non-profit civil association with the purpose of health research. Employees spent time with family members of patients in critical care in efforts to provide them support and build connections in the community.
New Zealand employees spent Lilly Global Day of service participating in a beach clean-up in the Wellington area.×
In Pakistan, we worked with seven local charitable schools countrywide to provide needed resources such as clothing, books, stationary and wheelchairs to underprivileged children, including some with disabilities.×
The Philippines team helped members of the community cultivate existing skills and learn new approaches to sustainable living through volunteering in Barangay, the smallest administrative division of the community.×
This year, 160 Poland-based employees focused on giving back through projects that supported ecology and the environment. The team planted trees and cleaned the surrounding forest.×
Here, employees spent a fun day with children with special needs, hosted at Bassmat Amal, a local NGO.×
In Russia, we put our professional skills to work delivering career-oriented training for teenagers from orphanages. Employees delivered coaching and lunch-and-learn sessions to these underserved youths.×
In Israel, we assisted in sorting and packing fruits and vegetables in the Leket Israel food bank and food rescue logistics center in Ra’anana.×
In cities across Saudi Arabia, our team helped with projects including gardening to brighten community spaces outdoors, visiting cancer patients to provide support and spending time with orphans.×
Lilly teams based in Spain recorded 2,500 hours of service across a spectrum of efforts including:
In Singapore, Lilly partnered with the Presbyterian community services to deliver meals and food rations to four blocks of residents, reaching a total of 250 people and 204 households.×
Across eight northern European countries, Lilly employees provided services from elderly care to in-school projects for the youngest members of their communities.×
In partnership with the Association Partage, a foundation created in 2005 to address food insecurity, our Swiss team helped sort and distribute vital food supplies that Partage will deliver to 50 charities and social service organizations, and to over 9,400 people in need per week in the Geneva area.×
Employees visited three schools in remote areas in northern, central and southern Taiwan, where they worked to enrich the children's knowledge by building small "Lilly reading corners."×
In Fort Dodge, we volunteered time at Meals from the Heartland and the Lords' Cupboard food pantry, as well as spent time at the Domestic/Sexual Assault Outreach Center, Fireball Run and Almost Home Animal Shelter.×
The Elanco team volunteered time and expertise in a kindergarten class at a school in underserved Navarro.×
In Augusta, employees served community organizations across the region, including volunteer work at Restart Augusta, Golden Harvest Garden and Golden Harvest Warehouse, the North Augusta Dog Park, Sand Hills, Phinzy Swamp, SPCS Albrecht Center, Salvation Army Family Store, Lunch Crew and Master's Table Soup Kitchen.×
Elanco's Austria-based employees helped Regenbogental deliver services to its community.×
In Basel, Elanco employees volunteered with the St. Josef Parish.×
Elanco Belgium employees volunteered for Moeders voor Moeders.×
Across England, we supported Fareshare in the Midlands, London, the South West and Southern Central regions of the country.×
In Calgary, we made a donation of beef to a downtown homeless shelter.×
Elanco's Canada employees fanned out across multiple locations to support organizations including the Alberta Food Drive, Guelph Food Bank, Manitoba Food Drive, Waverly School, Ste. Louise Outreach Center of Peel, Ontario Food Drive, Community Vet Outreach of Hamilton and Community Vet Outreach of Guelph.×
Employees in Chicago and Wisconsin spent the day working with Habitat for Humanity.×
In Clinton, we helped with meal packing for the Million Meal Movement.×
In Denmark, we donated to Ingers Kattenjem Glosteropp and Kattehjem Odense.×
The Denver-based Elanco team spent Global Day of Service helping build energy-efficient homes for communities in need.×
In France, we made a donation to a local food bank.×
In Germany, employees delivered services for Tierheim Weil am Rhein, Weil a.R. and Tafelldan.×
At our worldwide headquarters, Elanco employee-volunteers fanned out across the community to make an impact at more than three dozen organization serving people and the animals that enrich our lives. The organizations we worked with to make a difference on Global Day of Service included:
Our employees helped food-security and animal health organizations during Global Day of Service.×
In India, we focused on the Joy of Giving.×
Indonesia-based Elanco employees supported the Cancer Foundation Indonesia.×
In Ireland, the team volunteered with Autism Assistance Dogs Ireland.×
Elanco Italy supported the Caritas Charity Kitchen as well as Florence Parco degil Animali and Food Bank Italy.×
Habitat for Humanity, the Food Kitchen, Harvesters Food Bank, Kansas City Pet Project and a pioneering environmental organization all benefited from Elanco employees' time and service in Kansas City.×
In Lansing, Elanco employees volunteered their time and expertise to the Kids' Food Basket.×
In Iowa, Elanco employees supported their local communities through projects including the creation of adoption welcome kits, weekend backpacks and hygiene kits.×
In Liverpool, we volunteered with the Freshfields Animal Rescue.×
Elanco's team dedicated their time to the organization Hearts and Horses.×
In Malaysia, we volunteered for Zoo Negara.×
In Merced, the Elanco team helped out the Merced Country Food Bank on Global Day of Service.×
Elanco employees in the Netherlands volunteered with Voedselbank and Dierenvoedselbank Utrecht, Voedselbank Breda and Assistentiehond.×
Our team helped the Food Bank of Western New York with supply sorting and distribution.
New Zealand-based Elanco employees helped with a Regional Park Shade project.×
The Elanco Norway team focused its service efforts on Dyrebeskyttelsen Oslo/Akershus.×
Our Charlottetown-based team focused on helping organizations that help the PEI community with food security, human health and animal welfare issues. These included:
In partnership with the Banfield Foundation, Philadelphia-based employees volunteered at the Art Church of West Philadelphia.×
The Portugal team volunteered at Centro de Apoio ao Sem Abrigo (CASA).×
Our employees in northwest Arkansas volunteered at Samaritan Community Center in Rogers.×
In Brazil, the Elanco team helped more than two dozen nonprofit and community organizations during Global Day of Service, delivering time, expertise and professional skills to the people and animals that help our communities stay healthy and thrive every day.
Employees spent time helping Feeding South Dakota with its vital community building food security work.×
In southern-central England, we donated time and skills to the Greenfingers landscaping organization.×
The Speke-based Elanco UK team helped a variety of human- and animal-health organizations during Global Day of Service, including Fareshare, Merkeyside Dogs Trust, Beechley Riding School for the Disabled, Dutuch Farm and Merseyside Dog Trust.×
In Sweden, we volunteered at the Norrtälje Kattcenter.×
The Switzerland Elanco team helped Schweizer Tafel.×
In Thailand, we volunteered with a community vegetable growing project.×
Additional activities in the UK spanned a wide variety of organizations, including Fareshare, the Dogs for Good "Escape from the City" 20-km trek, the Donkey Sanctuary and Donkey Assisted Therapy Centre, Growing 2gether Food Growing Project, cooking for the homeless in Winchester and the Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home.
In Upland, we volunteered our time and skills to the Banfield Preventive Care Clinic.×
Across the US, Elanco donated time and support to Feed My Starving Children.×
Our team in Winslow participated in volunteer activities for the Waterville Food Bank, Waterville Humane Society and Winslow Parks and Recreation Department.×
In China, Elanco employees partnered with a pioneering environmental organization.×
Employees in Vietnam spent the day at an orphanage in their community, where they played with the children and provided cleaning services.×
Employees volunteered at food banks in cities across the province, including Calgary, Edmonton and Strathcona.
Across British Columbia, Lilly employees spent their time volunteering at various food banks, a Port Moody community center and the Victoria Women's Transition House Society.×
Throughout Canada, Lilly employees volunteered at various food and learning centers to support those in need.×
Lilly colleagues volunteered at food banks and community centers in Toronto, London, Scarborough and more cities and towns.
In our city of headquarters, 2,000 Lilly volunteers participated alongside other corporate volunteers and community organizations as part of Indy Do Day and It's My City initiatives on an anti-litter awareness campaign involving chalk art. Volunteers cleaned up green spaces and city walkways in addition to creating chalk-art installations. Additionally, 350 Lilly volunteers took part in Junior Achievement JobSpark, an all-day educational exhibit for area 8th-graders about career opportunities across a range of specialties including science, animal health and many more.
More Indianapolis-based teams planted trees and placed mulch to improve the city's greenways, painted murals, engaged in cleanup projects at schools and community centers, assisted with care for the elderly, volunteered with food-bank packing and distribution, led science experiments at local schools, helped write wills for veterans and more.
Quebec City-based Lilly colleagues volunteered at area food banks.×
Our San Diego-based colleagues volunteered at a local soup kitchen as part of their Lilly Global Day of Service efforts.×
Elanco employees here volunteered at Soweto Animal Rescue and Advisory Centre (SARAC), a shelter for stray, abused, neglected and abandoned animals that rehabilitates and rehomes them. SARAC seeks to find a great match between each animal and a new family, in step with our objectives for companion animals.
Lilly colleagues supported the Educational Volunteers Foundation of Turkey (TEGV) with the Step by Step Initiative. Volunteers participated in a walk and sent out donation letters, encouraging people to support the education of underserved children.
The Lilly Belgium volunteer team helped with seven projects in cities across the country, including tasks such as cleaning, gardening, moving, painting, sorting of clothes and walking with joëlettes.
The seven organizational partners are centers for people with disabilities or those who are poor, elderly or homeless, as well as those who are refugees. Volunteers also helped at a center for guide dogs.
In the U.S. capital, our employees served lunch at a homeless shelter.×