PacMoore’s mission is ultimately to allow our faith to impact every facet of how we run our business. As believers in Christ, we look towards the Bible as our beacon of truth around who, where, and how we serve.
“You will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.” Acts 1:8
Our model of outreach begins with our employees and their families. It then extends into our communities, and ultimately expands to influence our culture.
One of our primary goals as an organization is to build sustainable and profitable businesses that create jobs, allowing us to form meaningful and influential relationships with our employees, customers, and vendors. Our first investment is always in the lives of our employees and their families in addition to our customers and vendors. We reach our employees every day through skill development, leadership training, and growth in emotional health via life coaches. These on-site Life Coaches offer spiritual guidance, support, and family care for all employees. Through voluntary spiritual fellowship gatherings, prayer events, bible studies, national day of prayer gatherings, and plant-level engagement opportunities, we are constantly working to provide far more than a job to our PacMoore family.
We have chosen the locations of our facilities with purpose; to serve the communities in which we work. Many of PacMoore’s greatest life transformation stories have come through the Indiana Dream Team (IDT). IDT is a 30-month program focused on transforming lives of young men and women with troubled pasts and/or addictions. Our employees donate their time, talents, and gifts to local outreach projects such as Angel Tree and Church in Mission where their service efforts align deeply with our heart to serve people. We also assist the Bridge Teen Center. Bridge provides support, training, and positive influences to combine the negative ones teenagers face.
PacMoore’s leadership team seeks to impact the culture we live in. We’re thus deeply committed to continually growing. PacMoore leaders attend conferences such as the Global Leadership Summit and America’s Best Hope Conference as we strive to improve. A goal of ours is to raise up the next generation of leaders. To accomplish this, we invest time, energy, and finances first in the John Jay Institute. We also created the Muhabwa Innocent Marketplace Missionary award. Through this, we encourage young faith-based business leaders to use their talents in the business world. PacMoore gives this award to a college senior who demonstrates efforts to bring faith to the marketplace post-graduation.