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Posted by PBE Webmaster on Wed, Oct 08 2014 12:42:25

In the National Rankings as participants in the Business category PBE’s Compassion Team placed:

  • #1 in the number of events we held in the 9/11-9/21 time period
  • #1 in the number of participants involved in the games
  • #1 in the number of volunteer hours
  • #2 the amount of dollars raised for charity
  • #3 for the number of persons served


Our team was a member of the Northwest Ohio Initiative where 6,707 volunteers gave 27,423 hours of services to 84,568 people and $49,280.00 were raised.


PBE employees raised $1,300 for the United Way and $114.00 for The Cocoon Shelter during this year’s Compassion Games.

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