LogMeIn’s Jive and Mission Possible Team Up to Give Back to Kids in Orlando


LogMeIn and Jive both have a long history of giving back, so it makes sense that when Jive was acquired by LogMeIn earlier this year, they’d join forces to make a difference in various markets across the globe.

Just this past year, Mission Possible, LogMeIn’s CSR Program, has helped raise thousands of dollars for BUILD’s youth entrepreneurship programs, sponsored CoderDojo’s Coolest Projects event in Dublin empowering young digital innovators, supported a Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program for young women ages 16 to 18, and has even partnered with the Boston Foundation to help support nonprofits and NGOs.

To close out the year, Jive is teaming up with Mission Possible to give back in Orlando, Florida. Our teams will drop off backpacks filled with school supplies to deserving kids at multiple Boys & Girls Clubs throughout the city! We believe it’s important to empower our employees to work with foundations they are passionate about, and to provide regular opportunities to serve in both established markets and those we visit.

LogMeIn’s Jive currently has a number of remote employees in the Orlando area, as well as many awesome customers and partners, too. We decided that in addition to hosting customer and partner appreciation events in December, we would also take time away from work and give back to the community at the local Boys & Girls Clubs. We can’t wait to pull up in our Jive-branded Jeeps and visit with the kids!

Together, Jive and Mission Possible look forward to making a more meaningful impact in the Orlando area this holiday season and continuing our work together into 2019 at LogMeIn’s sales kick off, which will also be hosted in Orlando.


More about Mission Possible: Mission Possible was founded over five years ago to help unlock the potential of our people, products and culture to create a long-term, sustainable social and environmental impact that positively affects change in the world and improves people’s lives. Specifically, Mission Possible supports non-profit organizations with employee volunteer time, grants and product license donations supporting organizations such as the Boys & Girls Clubs, CoderDojo, BUILD, Cradles to Crayons, local technology youth programs and food banks.


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