On May 22nd, Store to Door was awarded with an Oregon Ethics in Business Award at a banquet held at the Sentinel Hotel. For 16 years, businesses and nonprofit organizations have been spotlighted to showcase organizations doing the right thing for their customers, employers, and clients through all aspects of their operations.
Store to Door was one of three nonprofit organizations selected for the award, along with Free Geek and New Avenues for Youth. The event also featured keynote speaker Nigel Jaquiss, Pulitzer Prize winning reporter from Willamette Week.
“Store to Door has a strong nearly 30-year track record of providing an efficient, affordable, and ethical service that is critical to the health and well-being of seniors and adults with disabilities. Not only do we continue to provide exceptional service to our clients, but as we’ve continued to grow and meet the demand of services, we have upheld our ethical practices and stayed true to our values of Nourishment, Connection, and Dignity, “ said Michael Beaty, Board President of Store to Door. “We are extremely proud to accept the Oregon Ethics in Business Award and invite the community to join us in helping seniors and adults with disabilities stay nourished and connected.”
“There are many businesses and nonprofits in Oregon and SW Washington that put business ethics as a top priority,” said Mike Rosenberg, Chairman, Oregon Ethics in Business Committee. “We are excited to hear from the 2019 recipients that have really gone above and beyond to lead our community.”
Oregon Ethics in Business Award honors those organizations and individuals who have demonstrated ethical business practice in its broadest interpretation: in the workplace, the marketplace, the environment, and the community. The award is hosted by The Rotary Club of Portland and presented by KGW Media Group.