Sertifi Dances with a Purpose
Sertifi strapped on its dancing shoes and swayed the night away with hundreds of Chicagoans that share a passion of improving the health and wellness of little ones at Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital.
Sertifi participated as a corporate sponsor of the 8th Annual Chicago Dance Marathon.
Chicago Dance Marathon made its debut back in 2010. Over the past 8 years, the organization has raised over $2 million for Chicago’s Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital. All of the money that is raised goes towards life-saving programs, like the Epilepsy Outreach and Education Program, as well as life-changing programs designed to keep the children of Lurie brave and fighting, like the hospital’s treasure chest of toys. This year, with the sponsorship of Sertifi, the marathon raised a grand total of $430,227.91 – all for the kids!
After the marathon, we sat down with event participant, Isabella Stojka, to ask her what she enjoyed most about this year’s festivities.
“It was all so inspirational,” Isabella said.
“My favorite part of the evening was the final power hour right before they dropped the grand total. We were so tired after dancing for hours but it was so worth it!”
When We’re Not Dancing for a Great Cause
During our dance breaks, Sertifi is continually building upon its Frictionless Business technology in order to drive sales efficiency for our customers. We’re modernizing, simplifying and quickening the last mile of the sales process, allowing more time for our customers to focus on what they do best – selling!
Our company can now proudly add yet another bullet to the resume. Right below “transforming more than a thousand organizations into frictionless businesses,” we’re excited to insert “serving up killer dance moves for an amazing cause!”
How You Can Get Involved at Lurie Hospital
Want to dance with us next year? Register to bust a move for the kids of Lurie Children’s Hospital in 2018. Not much of a dancer? No problem! You can always donate to Chicago Dance Marathon and leave the boogying to someone else.