Moser donates the leftovers from the catered lunches and peapod deliveries to the Julian Center; a safe-haven for domestic violence victims in Indiana. Moser employees have packaged over 12,000 meals for struggling families through Thrive360 Worldwide. Last year, Moser employees sponsored a United Christmas Service family, where employees bought gifts and provided a Christmas for a struggling family.
Also in Indianapolis, every year, Moser employees spend a cold, early spring day framing a house in the parking lot of the corporate headquarters to benefit Habitat for Humanity. When Moser purchased an abandoned restaurant with plans to turn it into office space, it had several things inside that were not needed. Upon taking possession of the property, Moser promptly donated a freezer and washer-dryer set to Wheeler Mission and a set of lockers to Teachers Treasures.
Moser also organizes an Operation Christmas Child shoebox stuffing event where employees bring their families to decorate cookies, drink hot cocoa and make shoebox presents that will be sent overseas. In Baltimore, the charity-minded focus of the Moser culture continues, with Moser employees participating in the red shoe shuffle, a 5K benefitting the Ronald McDonald house. When Moser’s Baltimore office decided to participate in the Orioles Trick or Trot 5K to raise money for Kids Peace foster care program, Moser had the largest corporate team at the event. Moser also raised money for the Wounded Warrior’s project by holding a car show at its Baltimore office.