In the course of client conversations, a desire to give back, support, and promote a charitable cause is a common thread. We are proud to be able to partner with so many generous and philanthropic families. This page is open to any client who wants to identify a cause he or she supports. There is a link under each charity’s page for any reader who wants to second the support.
Together we can do better.
Thistle Farms’ mission is to HEAL, EMPOWER, AND EMPLOY women survivors of trafficking, prostitution, and addiction. They do this by providing safe and supportive housing, the opportunity for economic independence, and a strong community of advocates and partners.
Camp Harbor View
Camp Harbor View works with 900 youths (each year) from Boston’s underserved neighborhoods through two four-week summer camp sessions as well as programs for campers and their families throughout the year. They also provide scholarships of up to 10,000$ for post-secondary education.
Alzheimers Association Walk to End Alzheimers
Participate in the worlds largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. Walks are held annually in over 600 communities. Once you register, The Alzheimer’s Association provides free, easy-to-use tools and staff support to help you reach a fundraising goal.
Future Chefs prepares youth for quality employment opportunities in the culinary field. Transitioning into adulthood can be challenging for young people. Future Chefs is here to help create pathways that are both personally fulfilling and economically sustainable.
American Red Cross – Hurricane Harvey Relief
Help People Affected by Hurricane Harvey. The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.
The Salvation Army of Houston
The Salvation Army International Emergency Services ensures that people affected by disasters and conflict around the world have access to their immediate needs.
ROCA’s mission is to disrupt the cycle of incarceration and poverty by helping young people transform their lives. Roca’s theory is that young people, when re‐engaged through positive and intensive relationships, can change their behaviors and develop life, education, and employment skills to disrupt the cycles of poverty and incarceration.
Founded in 1855 to offer women an equivalent to the finest men’s education, the Elmira, NY, college became coeducational in 1969. It was one of the first colleges to grant degrees to both men and women. Elmira now offers over 30 undergraduate degree programs, and 98% of faculty has earned a PhD. in their field.
First Literacy’s mission is to ensure that adults with low-literacy or limited English proficiency have high-quality educational opportunities that enable them to thrive as individuals and as family members, in their workplaces, and in their communities.
Boston Ballet’s internationally acclaimed repertoire ranges from classical and Balanchine masterworks to premieres by today’s finest choreographers. Today, Boston Ballet is one of the major ballet companies in North America and among the top companies in the world.
Design Museum Boston
Design Museum Boston’s mission is to educate the world on the role of design in our lives and to unite the community in ways that enrich our collective work, make businesses more competitive, and solve real-world problems more creatively.