We offer best in class Corporate Social Responsibility team building events where your participation always “changes lives” while you build brand awareness and goodwill. We identify children in need (children’s hospitals, Ronald McDonald Houses, other children’s organizations) and match them with corporate sponsors to deliver a Cheeriodical (cheer-up gift box) to every child within a hospital/charity on special event days. We coordinate and manage these one-of-a-kind team-building events for corporations where the teams (10 to 1,000+) build the Cheeriodicals themselves (under our direction) then deliver those gift boxes personally to the children in the hospital or at the charity. These remarkable events have been captured in emotional videos in markets nationwide including: Siemens Healthcare Nashville and Andersen Windows & Doors Phoenix.
As a second component of our business, we build personalized gift boxes for individuals containing hand-picked magazines combined with indulgent edibles suited to celebrate life’s special occasions or brighten the mood of those needing a lift. Cheeriodicals (Cheerful + Periodical) are not only ideal for individual gifts (get-well gifts, new baby, congratulations, etc.), but are the perfect answer for corporate gifts to show you care enough to send something unique, personalized and even co-branded.
“Cheeriodicals benefited in so many ways by being a part of Alabama Launchpad. The way that is obvious to all is to be one of the winners and gain the $43,250 in funding to help grow our business. In addition to the funding, the competition process pushed us to closely evaluate our business, focus on the direction of our company and dig into the details of our decision-making. The coaches and mentors provided us with great feedback during the competition, which helped us sharpen our business plan and focus. Lastly, we really enjoyed getting to know the other companies involved in Launchpad. We realized that we had a lot in common, and we made some great business connections and friends along the way.”
– Mary Martha Parisher, Founder