Respect, Responsibility, & Relationships

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Community Information

Roche is committed to making a positive difference in the areas that we live and work. It is engrained in our company culture. Everyday we are reminded of it when we read the Promises that are part of our Vision and Mission statement:

              Promise No. 3: Commit to the well-being and growth of our community. Respect and be respected

              by dealing honestly and fairly with clients, employees, and citizens.

Essentially, we are dedicated to supporting our communities.



Our employees participate in numerous volunteer opportunities each year. Events and organizations that we regularly support include some of the following:

  • American Cancer Society (including the Big Dig and Relay for Life)
  • United Way
  • A Woman's Place
  • A Kid's Place
  • High Plains Chautauqua
  • Boys & Girls Club
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Ducks Unlimited
  • Weld Food Bank
  • Opportunity Village (Las Vegas, NV)
  • American Heart Association 
  • Susan G. Komen Foundation's Race for the Cure, Las Vegas
  • March of Dimes
  • Girl Scouts





Roche employees also donate blood three or

fours times a year through Banner Health in Greeley, Colorado.


Roche employees in the Greeley office built and stained a 6x9 cedar playhouse that was donated to Greeley Area Habitat for Humanity, which was raffled off.






Parklane ElemtaryRoche volunteered time and service on four library renovations for elementary schools selected by Target and the Heart of America Foundation. The renovations were made possible through Target's READesign® Library Makeover Program. The four school libraries that Roche worked on include Park Lane Elementary School in Aurora, Colorado; Fay Herron Elementary School in North Las Vegas, Nevada; Valle Vista Elementary School in Albuquerque, New Mexico; and Whitney Elementary School in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The renovations included minor repairs and demolition, new carpet and furniture, light installation, interior paint, and a new layout. The goal was to create warm, friendly places that engage children in learning, creating a love of reading. Target also donates 1,000-2,000 new, high-quality library books to each library.




Not only do we provide support and monetary donations to various organizations and events, we also ask our employees to get involved in their communities. This includes participating with local boards including town/city boards, school boards, community outreach programs, etc. It is our motto that to be a GOOD citizen, it is necessary to be an ACTIVE citizen.



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