By Kaycie Miller
Qualfon, a mission-driven business process outsourcing (BPO) company and global provider of contact center services, and several employee volunteers spent one week in Cuatro Cienegas, Coahuila, Mexico assisting the local community with a variety of service projects. The effort supported the Cuatro Cienegas 2040 Plan which, much like Qualfon’s company mission, aims to make peoples’ lives better.
Eight Qualfon volunteers and five of their family members spent Holy Week in Cuatro Cienegas, painting a chapel and assisting with medical care. The team worked largely in partnership with the Juventud y Familia Misionera, an international organization of Catholic youth and families that has been supporting Cuatro Cienegas for many years. Qualfon has been regularly assisting with the plan, and the April trip is one of the largest employee group efforts thus far.
Photo at Right: Volunteers Lyman Baete, Kassandra Romo, Brooke Skurupey, Jason Skurupey, Alicia McMichael-MGyamfi, Kaycie Miller, and Madell Kennedy stand outside the freshly painted chapel in Cuatro Cienegas, Mexico