“Helping others help themselves” is the cornerstone of Country Maid’s corporate mission and was reflected in the philanthropic event held at their annual Dealer Conference this year in San Antonio, Texas.
Over 75 Country Maid dealers and employees fulfilled their mission of helping others, by constructing nearly 200 stuffed animals for pediatric patients at the Baptist Regional Children’s Center in San Antonio.
“We are not only living out our company’s mission through the annual humanitarian events, but our dealers and employees look forward to this event every year,” said Darin Massner, CEO of Country Maid. “Seeing the smiles on these kids’ faces and knowing you helped brighten their day is rewarding.”
Each year Country Maid dealers and employees give back to organizations by participating in a group activity during their dealer conference. They partner with a new organization every year spreading goodwill in many different cities across the United States.
About Baptist Regional Children’s Center
Baptist Regional Children’s Center is a full-service pediatric care center located in San Antonio, Texas at the North Central Baptist Hospital. They provide comprehensive, compassionate pediatric care performed by medical professions who specialize in working with infants and children. Their center has consistently above the 90th percentile in patient satisfaction scores due to their caring team of pediatric nurses and emergency physicians.
About Country Maid
Country Maid, Inc., a 100% employee-owned company, manufactures the “famous” Butter Braid® brand pastry available only through fundraisers for the purpose of helping non-profit groups raise funds for various causes. Country Maid, together with its national network of dealerships has helped thousands of fundraising groups across the nation raise over $150 million dollars for hundreds of thousands of worthy causes. Employing approximately 60 workers from 20 Northwest Iowa communities, Country Maid continues to grow and live out the mission of “Helping Others Help Themselves.”