Tag Archives: JLL community service

Achieving ambitions in the community

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Giving back to the communities in which we live and work is a huge part of what we do at JLL. It is necessary, it is impactful, and it is rewarding. Last week, nearly 40 JLLers volunteered at two very different events to make a very big difference.

More than 20 of our employees from across a variety of different roles and departments came together in Lynn to support The Food Project. The group braved… Read More

There’s a small island off the coast of Boston making a large impact

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Ryan Enright got involved with the Thompson Island Outward Bound Education Center 15 years ago and has remained committed to the organization ever since. The program aims to provide children with adventurous and challenging experiential learning programs that inspire character development, compassion, community service, environmental responsibility, and academic achievement. Their mission is critical, given that by age 12, kids from higher-income households have spent 6,000 more hours learning outside the classroom than low-income students… Read More

Building Impact: Helping to build bonds in the local community

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McGill_Brad_Color_Casual_HiResFrom Brad McGill
Executive Vice President, Downtown Boston Brokerage
Board Member, Building Impact

View Brad McGill's profile on LinkedIn

Every year, JLL team members volunteer several hours of their time to give back to the local community. Many of those company-sponsored events are coordinated in conjunction with Building… Read More

Big Brothers, Big Night, Big Impact

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Heller_Ben_Color_Casual_HiResFrom Ben Heller
Managing Director, Downtown Boston Leasing

I was introduced to Big Brothers Big Sisters through a family friend after college. If you aren’t familiar with it, the program makes meaningful, monitored matches between adult volunteers, also known as “Bigs,” and children, known as “Littles.” It was a good time in my life for me to become involved and I’m so thankful I did. I was… Read More