GREENCREST was recognized as a finalist for the 2005 Corporate Caring Awards.
The honor acknowledged GREENCREST’s many charitable contributions to the central Ohio community.
“We are delighted to be recognized for our community involvement,” said GREENCREST President Kelly Borth. “Contributing to charitable organizations and the local community has been a pillar of GREENCREST’s business operation since its founding. We take great pride in giving to a community that provides so much to us.”
Each year, GREENCREST provides tens of thousands of dollars worth of community service in the form of in-kind donations and free or reduced-cost services. The firm’s most recent community projects include working with the Columbus Technology Council, the Family Business Center of Central Ohio and Women for Economic and Leadership Development (WELD), National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), St. Pius X Catholic Church and Shepherd’s Corner.
In addition to her agency’s involvement with community service, Borth uses her personal time and talent to benefit charitable organizations. Throughout her career, she has demonstrated an ongoing involvement with the central Ohio community through support of economic, social development and marketing initiatives.
Borth currently serves on the board for Friends of the Columbus Public Library, Neighborhood Design Center and Employment for Seniors, and is a member of the Steering Committee for the Women’s Heart Health Initiative of the American Heart Association Columbus Metro Board. Kelly is president-elect of the St. Pius X Parish Council is a past president of the development board of Heinzerling Foundation. She is a board advisor for NAWBO, Athena PowerLink, Family Business Center of Central Ohio, Shepherd’s Corner, Inn at Cedar Falls and Spa Bar and served for seven years as a trustee of the Jefferson Water & Sewer District.