At lumenomics, we thrive in a culture of giving. lumenomics has always believed we can, and should, have a positive impact on the communities we serve and live in. We challenge you and your company to join us and support our communities.
Our CEO is currently serving as a Washington State Leader in the Women's Business Enterprise Council-Pacific (WBEC-Pacific), providing inputs guiding the organization's development in the state of Washington.
We launched the Volunteer Paid Time Off (VPTO) Program in 2015 to encourage our employees to volunteer their time at non-profit organizations of their choice.
We provide donations and sponsorship to charitable causes and organizations. Our contributions are made in various forms including monetary donations, resources, and education.
LUGIVING in ACTION
Paying it Forward
Jenny Ogden, Production Associate, volunteered her time at Table One Ministries serving meals to families in need.
Empower the Next Generation
Marti Hoffer, Founder and CEO of lumenomics, volunteering her time mentoring middle and high school girls at the 2016 Astra S.T.E.A.M. Summit.
Supporting High School Sports
Carlos Zuniga and Wanda Rodreguez, Production Associates, who volunteered at Centennial High School(CHS) preparing, and serving delicious food to the softball team as well as their families and friends!
Teach Life Skills
Kevin May, SoCal Business Development Associate, volunteering by sharing his knowledge and expertise of woodworking with Girl Scouts Troop 81 to help the girls earning their woodworking badge and learning life skills.
Meals for Homeless
Anna Sevostyanova, HR Manager, and Ina Song, Marketing Manager volunteering with Mary's Place preparing weekend meals for homeless families in need.
Help Families in Need
Mike Telander, Project Manager, enjoying his time volunteering at the Furniture Bank of Central Ohio building furnitures for families in need.
Putting Smiles in Motion
Gina Woehrle, Project Administrator, volunteered her time with Wheels4Aiden building 4th of July float to help raise fund, and delivering toy electric cars to mobility challenged children.
End Hunger in California
Kevin May, SoCal Business Development Associate, volunteering with his family at the Second Harvest Food Bank in Tustin, CA to help ending hunger in Orange County.
Care for Elders
Carlee Swihart, Vice President of Operations, volunteered her time with Meals on Wheel delivering meals to elders at a National Church Residence' facility.
Kaleidoscope Youth Center
Mike Telander, Project Manager, toured the Kaleidoscope Youth Center facility and volunteered his time performing general house cleaning and maintenance chores around the building.
End of the Year Field Day
Jenny Ogden, Production Associate, volunteered a full day at Navin Elementry School coordinating an End of the Year Field Day!
Troop 801- Eagle Project
Kevin May and Chris Thornburg building planter boxes for an introduction to agriculture in the kindergarten classes at Fanning Elementary in Brea, CA.
Teaching Children About Animals
Laura DeLeon, Production Associate,used her VPTO volunteering with Gables Elementary School at the Columbus Zoo.
Walk for Cure Arthritis
Kevin May, SoCal Business Development Associate, Kevin and his family participated in the WALK to CURE Arthritis, hosted by the Arthritis Foundation, celebrating the warriors, and raising funds for research, resources, and a cure.
Heather Bass, Production Associate, volunteered her time at Arrow Head Elementary chaperoning a field trip with her sons first grade class at the Stratford Ecological Center learning about plants and animals.