JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (Mar. 23, 2016) – The Suddath Companies’ charitable efforts in Northeast Florida were recognized recently at the annual Companies with Heart luncheon, hosted by 904 Magazine. For the past decade, Jacksonville Magazine and its business publication 904 Magazine, honor local businesses that have established programs through partnerships with non-profit organizations, or through their own endeavors, that improve the lives of local citizens.
“Suddath® is dedicated to its employees and the community in which we’ve called home for close to a century,” said Elizabeth Spradley, senior vice president of human resources. “While we support various charities and non-profits from a corporate perspective; much of our support flows through employee-initiated requests including the American Diabetes Association, K9s for Warriors, Metro Kids Konnection, Dreams Come True and Community Hospice PedsCare to name a few. Their generous actions reflect we are an organization that is truly driven by people.”
Suddath employs more than 700 people at its corporate headquarters and the surrounding Jacksonville area out of a total global workforce of 2,150. Suddath supports a wide range of charitable and community activities through financial and in-kind support in each of its market locations.