Making Lives Better with Alorica (MLBA) has expanded into its fourth international region—Canada!
MLBA Canada is kicking off with three chapters—Hamilton, Montreal and Toronto. Chapters are led by their local boards made up of Alorica team members and receive support from the nonprofit’s board of directors—Joyce Lee (Founder and President), Jay King (Vice President), Yvonne May (Secretary), Cece Pan (Treasurer) and Kenneth Fraser (Director).
MLBA, a 501(c)(3) non-profit founded in 2015, takes the traditional approach to corporate philanthropy and turns it on its head. Instead of corporate headquarters deciding where to give charitable contributions, Alorica Inc., the world’s largest provider of customer experiences to North American consumers, empowers its employees at each of its nearly 100 chapters across the United States, Philippines, Mexico and now Canada to support local causes and individuals that matter most to them.
Since its inception nearly three years ago, MLBA has raised over $3 million dollars through Alorica payroll contributions and chapter fundraisers. Of the funds collected, more than 5,400 grants have been awarded— totaling in excess of $2.5 million. In addition to these funds, we’ve also collected over $200,000 last year for the MLBA Disaster Relief Fund, benefitting those affected by natural disasters.
To see how MLBA is changing the lives of Alorica employees, their families and the communities that support them, please visit www.LivesBetter.org. You can also follow MLBA efforts in Canada by following us on Facebook and Instagram.