Creatis believes in doing what's right - by our clients and employees - but also by the Twin Cities community in which we do business. We're here to be of service by using what we have to help who we can. Creatis Cares is about using our gifts to do the most good in our community by engaging in meaningful volunteer opportunities and leveraging our creative and marketing resources to assist local non-profits. Whether that means mentoring young job seekers, packing food for those suffering from hunger, or donating design time - caring for our community matters. Check out our recent events below.
2019 Creatis Cares honoree nomination
If you know a non-profit that could use support and/or creative pro bono work,
nominate them to be our 2019 Creatis Cares honoree. #CreatisCares
Second Harvest Heartland - Food Packing
President/CEO Kathy Hollenhorst & Marketing Specialist Seth Conover volunteered at Second Harvest Heartland in Brooklyn Park, and together with a group of others helped pack 5,762 fresh meals - specifically carrots - for people experiencing hunger in Minnesota. Turns out the orange shirts were on-brand for the evening.
Twin Cities Rise! Support
For National Service Month (April), we wanted to donate creative/marketing support to a non-profit that empowers individuals to find meaingful employment to support themselves and improve their communities. Our studio team and designers helped refresh/update Powerpoint decks for Twin Cities Rise!
Backpack Buddies Program
During this time of giving thanks and giving back, Kathy volunteered in her hometown of Becker, Minnesota. She helped pack backpacks full of food for students in need for the local "Backpack Buddies" program.
STEP-UP Mock Interviews
President & CEO Kathy Hollenhorst and VP of Finance Beth Bitney helped conduct mock interviews and provide feedback for recent graduates & interns applying for jobs.
Northpoint Health & Wellness Event
Creatis woke up bright and early to help Northpoint Health & Wellness Center distribute fresh produce. We helped serve 325 households and 1,236 family members with 14 pallets of food! - learn more http://www.northpointhealth.org/