Hodges-Mace, a Sandy Springs-based provider of employee benefits technology, voluntary benefits and custom enrollment services, held its fourth annual Summer of Service, in which employees raise funds for local charities and also participate in volunteer service projects. This year’s program had 38% higher employee participation and 48% more hours served than in 2018. In June, 281 of Hodges-Mace’s 298 employees donated 898 hours to 13 local charities. Employees participated in 23 projects (vs. 15 in 2018). The 2019 Summer of Service season culminated with Hodges-Mace’s Bowling for Dollars event at The Painted Pin in Buckhead in August, raising over $40,000. Employees also pledged to raise $15,000 by year’s end for Make-A-Wish Georgia, allowing the company to sponsor the wish of one child. Left: With some of their family members are, from left, employees Crystal Robinson, Whitney Strickland, Michael Kobelur, Jake Barnes, Louis Ali, Brockstavios Gaines, John Chase, Steve Conoley, Shameise Burroughs, Bennie Bourroughs and Greg Hodges, who volunteered at Meals On Wheels. Right: From left, Bryan Skaggs, Peter Mace, Crista Hopersberger, Kristina Charnecki, Paige LeBel, Scott Guthrie, Steve Conoley and Richard Hood volunteered at the Furniture Bank of Atlanta, where they signed the underside of these tables.

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