Tag Archives: 10 Years of Service

  • 2014-2015, Done and Done

    Our annual End of the Year party at McMenamins Kennedy School last Friday featured the usual good food, good drinks, and good friends, all coming together to celebrate another year in the books. And, as usual, we were treated to a video featuring fun photos and other silliness that celebrates who we are. We’re all looking… (read more)

  • Welcome to Our New Home!

    Just wanted to write a quick note to welcome you all to our new home on the web! As you’ve likely noticed by now, we’ve completely redesigned our website as a whole. Check out these new features: Site Navigation: users (you!) are now able to easily reach all parts of our site with a single click. Whether you… (read more)

  • Pardon the Service Interruption, Ma’am . . . We’re Moving!

    I just wanted to take a quick moment here to let you all know that posts are likely to be a little erratic (ok, fine . . . non-existent) in the next couple of weeks as we enter the final phase of our website re-design. We’ll be launching our main site, www.thehellofoundation.com, on a new… (read more)

  • Cupcake Day!

    The THF fairies were out and about making special deliveries yesterday! Staffers arrived home to find a box of cupcakes on their doorstep, and really, is there any better way to end a Thursday?! We have so much to celebrate, but none of it would be possible without the tireless work of our amazing staff. Cupcakes for everyone!… (read more)

  • The Past, Present, and Future of Our Core Values

    We recently shared that this year, 2015, marks 10 years since the inception of The Hello Foundation. Several years ago, we adopted 4 core values that represent the cornerstones of our company. The 10 year mark seems like a great time to revisit those values, and what they mean to us today. We put kids… (read more)

  • Hello is 10, So Hey! Let’s All Celebrate (and Have a Good Time)

    This year, 2015, marks 10 years since the inception of The Hello Foundation. I know, right? It’s hard for us to believe, too. The feeling is akin to looking at your child on their birthday and having the realization that they’re no longer a baby — you of course know that you’re not getting up… (read more)