Rally your co-workers.

From helping out a local non-profit, feeding the hungry, picking up trash, handing out supplies to the homeless, cleaning up graffiti… the possibilities are endless and totally up to you.

In an effort to keep the momentum going, a friendly competition will ensue. For every “Whale of a Help” act your group does, document it with a picture and upload it to the official Web page for everyone to see. The group with the most documented acts of helps will win free car washes for their entire staff (up to 20 vehicles) courtesy of the other participants.
This is a great way to get involved with your community and meet other local business people with the same make-a-difference attitude.

Now who’s ready to get their help on?!

Check out the rules.

There are only two of them.

  1. Each “whale of a help” must include the same core helpers, although your group can be any size. It isn’t cool to create multiple help committees within your business. If you do this, you will feel a never ending, black hole of guilt in your withered heart, especially if you win.
  2. Each “whale of a help” must meet the following criteria: To give or provide what is necessary to accomplish a task or satisfy a need in the name of community service.

If you’d like to be notified when registrations become active, get on the list and we’ll give you the first heads up.