ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Continental Service Group, Inc., d/b/a ConServe, together with its team of dedicated employees proudly supported the volunteer efforts of local first-responders in January. Through the company’s Jeans For Charity program, in which ConServe employees can elect to participate in monthly charitable donations in exchange for the option of wearing jeans to work, employees are provided with the opportunity to “give back” to their local communities by donating to a diverse group of organizations throughout the year. Additionally, the funds raised by the employees’ generosity is supplemented by the organization’s “Matching Gift Program.” This ongoing initiative symbolizes ConServe’s commitment to its corporate mission of helping to improve the human condition.

Jon LeRoy, President of Perinton Ambulance states, “We’ve learned that part of ConServe’s mission is ‘helping to improve the human condition’.” In 2018, Perinton Ambulance utilized the Jeans for Charity donation to purchase four new wheelchairs for use by community members as needed. This year’s funds will also be used to purchase additional wheelchairs and other needed durable medical equipment, such as knee scooters. He continues, “we are truly thankful for companies such as ConServe and their philanthropy for the community. Their support of our organization touches the lives of innumerable residents in need each year,” said LeRoy.

“ConServe is committed to giving back to our local communities” said George Huyler, Vice President of Human Resources. Giving back is an integral part of ConServe’s corporate mission statement. “ConServe is proud to support the first-responders who have committed to being there for our families, our neighbors, and our communities whenever we need them.

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About the Perinton Ambulance

The Perinton Ambulance is known as a “combination service,” utilizing volunteers and hourly personnel to maintain the staffing necessary to meet the service needs of the community. Every day, they have two full crews on duty around the clock and staff an additional ambulance during high volume hours. The remaining vehicles are staffed as the needs of the community dictate.

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About the Henrietta Volunteer Ambulance

The Henrietta Volunteer Ambulance has proudly served the residents and commuters within the Town of Henrietta and surrounding communities. The organization was formed in 1962 by a group of residents who decided that the ambulance response time from the City of Rochester was too great. Currently they are dispatched by the Monroe County 911 Center and operate a fleet of 10 vehicles and have approximately 60 personnel to handle 5,900+ annual calls for service. They are staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. In addition to volunteers, they have a career staff comprised of full-time, part-time and per diem EMTs and paramedics.

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About the Lancaster Volunteer Ambulance Corporation

The Lancaster Volunteer Ambulance Corporation (LVAC) has been responding to calls throughout all of Lancaster and DePew New York for over 60 years and have expanded their coverage area to the Town and Village of Alden. LVAC has a combination of both paid and volunteer staff of approximately 75 members. They are staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Their home base is centrally located within the call districts, located near Walden and Central Avenues.

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