Honors & Recognition 2017-12-15T02:42:54+00:00

Honors & Recognition

While our commitment to hiring and training our Team Members who are differently abled in meaningful roles has earned us national, regional and local recognition, as well as many honors and awards, we do this simply because it’s the right thing to do.

EMPLOYER OF THE YEAR AWARD from the Ohio Association of People Supporting Employment First (APSE) and the Ohio Association of Adult Services (OAAS) for providing employment opportunities and support to Team Members who are differently abled

A NATIONAL AWARD from the Association of University Centers on Disabilities for 21 and Able, the program Giant Eagle piloted with the United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania, to hire high school students who are differently abled

EMPLOYMENT FIRST AWARD from The Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities and the EMPLOYER OF THE YEAR AWARD from the Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities for our ongoing commitment to Team Members who are differently abled

2017 LIVE WELL AWARD from Giant Eagle to the GetGo team for their Job-Carving Inclusion Plan to hire and develop six Team Members who are differently abled, but are also facing more significant intellectual challenges

Supporting Women
in Business

In addition, Giant Eagle is also proud to support our women Team Members that continue to be recognized both nationally and regionally for their impact on the retail grocery business.

  • More than 50 women Team Members were selected by Progressive Grocer as Top Women in Grocery since 2012
  • Seven women have been selected for Convenience Store News’ Top Women in Convenience since 2014

Appreciation for giant eagle’s women leaders:

Amber Jackson, Development & Volunteer Coordinator, Bethlehem Haven

For nearly five years, once a month, the Women’s Business Resource Group has sponsored dinners for Bethlehem Haven, a shelter for homeless women and those at-risk of homelessness in Pittsburgh.

Giant Eagle Team Members come together to volunteer at the Cooking School at the Settlers Ridge Market District to cook 70 meals for women in need, which are delivered directly to the shelter.

The WBRG has also sponsored events in the past where they have collected supplies for the women at the shelter, specifically hygiene items like toothpaste, shampoo and deodorant.

“We give thanks to the Giant Eagle WBRG and the many kind Team Members who serve us monthly. We greatly value and appreciate your commitment to the women we serve at Bethlehem Haven. Your compassion and thoughtfulness does not go unnoticed. From the meals, activities and workshops, to the support you have provided, we truly appreciate the women of Giant Eagle. Bethlehem Haven looks forward to our continued partnership.”

To obtain a PDF of this report, email Jennifer at jennifer@writeresultsllc.com