At CoreMedical Group, we and our employees take an active role in contributing to both local and national programs and charities, whether it is through time spent, monetary donations, or other donations such as providing food and goods to the local food bank.
We are proud of our continuous and ongoing support and are committed to continuing our efforts.
The Wish Project - Birthday Bag Project
April 2013 / 2nd Qtr 2013
Every child deserves a birthday cake! Help a needy child in the Merrimack Valley to have a happy birthday. So many children in need in our area watch their birthdays go by without a cake and presents. Food pantries rarely have cake mixes and frosting and things like horns and hats are just not in the budget. You can help by making up birthday bags containing all the essentials for a birthday party; cake mix, frosting, hats, horns, party favors, balloons, candles, candy, table cloth, plates, utensils, juice boxes and a gift. Your birthday bag will ensure that some needy child will get to have a birthday party.
If you would like to donate directly, you can go to their website: http://thewishproject.org/
Chloe Cares Project
January 2013 / 1st Qtr 2013
The Chloe Cares Project is a concept the Tierney's came up with as parents who were thrown into the world of hospital living when Chloe was born. When people are facing any length hospital stay they often forget the necessities, like a toothbrush, a brush, or deodorant. They are no longer necessities as your biggest concern isn't showering; it's making sure your child is as happy as possible and just living minute by minute. However, it is nice to brush your teeth every now and then and when you have forgotten a toothbrush; you may not have a chance to get out to get one. So here is our concept, a reusable tote bag that contains some travel hygiene items that will create a welcome bag into a world that is so unwelcoming. So here is how we figure the concept can work, using funds raised in the Chloe Tierney Benefit Fund, and donations of items, we will fill these bags and give them to new families when they are admitted. Chloe Cares Project is also currently collecting PJ's for Chloe's Pajama Party! All PJ's collected will be given to the infants, toddlers, kids, and teens that are admitted to The Neeley Pediatric Bone Marrow Transplant Unit at the Floating Hospital for Children.
If you would like to donate directly, you can go to their website: http://www.catchinguponchloe.com/donate-to-the-chloe-tierney-benefit-fund.html
October 2012 / 4th Qtr 2012
Core employees got to choose their own charity for our 4th quarter charity drive. We ended up with over $4,000 donated to over 50 charities. Some of the charities donated to were Alanon, ALS Association, Alzheimer's Association, America Red Cross, American Cancer Society, American Cancer Society/ Making Strides/Breast Cancer, American Heart Association, American Lung Association, Animal Rescue League of NH, ASPCA, BreastCancer.org, Carcinoid Cancer Foundation, Catch A Special Thrill Foundation, Children's Hospital Boston, Children's Tumor Foundation, Circle Program, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Daniel Webster Council - Scouting, Easter Seals NH, EMMAUS Inc. / Children's Hospital, Foundation for Faces of Children, Heifer International, Humane Society, Humane Society of Greater Nashua, IAVA/Sgt Andrew C Nicol KIA 8/8/10, Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America , Jimmy Fund, Jimmy Fund/ Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Lazarus House Ministries, Make-A-Wish, Manchester Animal Shelter, Mass Mentoring Partnership, MSPCA, MSPCA/ Angell Memorial, Nashua Soup Kitchen, National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, NH Food Bank, NHSPCA, PALS Animal Life Savers, Saddlebred Rescue Inc., Save a Sato, Sisters to Sisters - Everyone has Heart, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, St. Patrick's School, Stand Up to Cancer Foundation, The Salvation Army, The Way Home, and Walk by the Sea.
The New Hampshire Food Bank
July 2012 / 3rd Qtr 2012
The New Hampshire Food Bank serves as the only Food Bank in the state. Our current approach to ending hunger includes developing programs to help educate our registered agencies, rolling out a Mobile Food Pantry, expanding our Operation Frontline program, and developing our Recipe for Success program. In 2008, the Food Bank distributed over 5 million pounds of donated, surplus food to 386 food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, day care centers and senior citizen homes. These registered agencies in turn provide the food to the over 95,000 hungry men, women and children throughout New Hampshire.
As many of you know Core traditionally sponsors the NH Food Bank as part of our 4th quarter charity event. However, we recognize that the food bank receives an increased amount of donations during the holiday season and has a higher need for donations during this time of year. As a result we have chosen to continue to support our local food bank during this time.
If you would like to donate directly, you can go to their website: http://www.nhfoodbank.org
Moore Mart - Serving Soldiers and Children
April 2012 / 2nd Qtr 2012
Core Medical Group is participating in MooreMart's Spring/4th of July Packing Event!
MooreMart began as a family effort to provide needed but unavailable supplies to our brother and his fellow soldiers serving in Iraq. Four years later we continue to supply soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan with anything they need that will make their job a little easier. In fact, we have been so successful in our mission that the soldiers have said that we 'carry more supplies than Wal*Mart', and dubbed us 'Moore*Mart'.
Today we have expanded our mission to include the local children in both Iraq and Afghanistan. We send new school supplies, toys and outerwear to villages that never had a school or where the schools have been destroyed. Now, thanks to our servicemen and women and the Coalition Forces the local children enjoy the long awaited privilege of participating in the educational process.
If you would like to donate directly, you can go to their website: http://www.mooremart.org
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
January 2012 / 1st Qtr 2012
The mission of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital is to advance cures, and means of prevention, for pediatric catastrophic diseases through research and treatment. Consistent with the vision of our founder Danny Thomas, no child is denied treatment based on race, religion or a family's ability to pay. St. Jude is unlike any other pediatric treatment and research facility. Discoveries made here have completely changed how the world treats children with cancer and other catastrophic diseases. With research and patient care under one roof, St. Jude is where some of today's most gifted researchers are able to do science more quickly. The support of caring people like you helps ensure that St. Jude Children's Research Hospital will continue its lifesaving mission of finding cures and saving children. St. Jude founder Danny Thomas believed that no child should die in the dawn of life, and your donations help bring us closer to the day when every precious life can be saved.
If you would like to donate directly, you can go to their website: http://www.stjude.org/donate
The Stork Project
October 2011 / 4th Qtr 2011
The Stork Project provides Welcome Bundles that are given to low income new moms by New Hampshire Social Workers. The Social Workers have an established relationship with the mom and the Welcome Bundle is a gift for the new baby. Each Welcome Bundle contains 10-15 of gently worn items of clothing, suitable for a boy or girl, along with booties, hats, socks, and bibs. The items are wrapped in a new blanket or quilt that is made especially for the baby by Project Linus. The clothing is donated by moms who showered their babies with love. When the Welcome Bundle is opened all the love contained in the clothes washes over the new mother and her baby.
If you would like to donate directly, you can go to their website: http://www.thestorkproject.org
The New Hampshire Food Bank
October 2011 / 4th Qtr 2011
A program of New Hampshire Catholic Charities, the New Hampshire Food Bank serves as the only Food Bank in the state. Our current approach to ending hunger includes developing programs to help educate our registered agencies, rolling out a Mobile Food Pantry, expanding our Cooking MattersTM program, and developing our Recipe for Success program. Every year, the Food Bank distributes over 6.5 million pounds of donated, surplus food to 412* food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, day care centers and senior citizen homes. These registered agencies in turn provide the food to the over 127,200** different men, women and children throughout New Hampshire each year.
If you would like to donate directly, you can go to their website: http://www.nhfoodbank.org
American Red Cross
July 2011 / 3rd Qtr 2011
Since its founding in 1881 by visionary leader Clara Barton, the American Red Cross has been the nation's premier emergency response organization. Today, in addition to domestic disaster relief, the American Red Cross offers compassionate services in five other areas: community services that help the needy; support and comfort for military members and their families; the collection, processing and distribution of lifesaving blood and blood products; educational programs that promote health and safety; and international relief and development programs.
If you would like to donate directly, you can go to their website: http://american.redcross.org/donate
Children's Hospital Boston - in Honor of Evan Lattuca
April 2011 / 2nd Qtr 2011
Recently a member of our CoreMedical Group family's 2-year old son was diagnosed with stage 4 neuroblastoma (cancer). We are all grateful that he is able to be treated by the best at one of the nations best children's hospital, Children's Hospital Boston. Children's Hospital Boston ranks first in more specialties than any other children's hospital in the nation according to the 2010-11 edition of Best Children's Hospitals by U.S. News & World Report. Children's has been ranked first in Heart and Heart Surgery, Neurology and Neurosurgery, Orthopedics, Urology, and Kidney Disorders. Children's Hospital Boston is one of only two hospitals to rank in the top five in all 10 specialties. Children's Hospital Boston ranks: second in Cancer, Urology, Diabetes and Endocrine Disorders; third in Digestive Disorders and Neonatal Care; fourth in Respiratory Disorders; and fifth in Kidney Disorders. Unlike the rankings in previous years, this edition does not rank the overall institutions, instead it identifies and honor roll of the 10 hospitals that rank in all 10 specialties. Since the magazine began ranking hospitals 20 years ago, Children's has always been ranked as one of the top pediatric hospitals in the country. A donation to Children's Hospital Boston helps them care for their young patients and their families, make discoveries that change children's lives, expand their healing reach to urban communities, and educate the next generation of top pediatric physicians and nurses. Every gift, no matter the size, helps them save children's lives. When you give to Children's Hospital Boston you invest in a healthy future. They provide the highest quality care to the most vulnerable among us and discover cures when others can't.
If you would like to donate directly, you can go to their website: http://giving.childrenshospital.org
Ronald McDonald House
April 2011 / 2nd Qtr 2011
The Ronald McDonald House program provides a home-away-from-home for families so they can stay close by their hospitalized child at little or no cost. Our Houses are built on the simple idea that nothing else should matter when a family is focused on healing their child – not where they can afford to stay, where they will get their next meal or where they will lay their head at night to rest. Families are stronger when they are together, which helps in the healing process. When your child is sick, you want the best care possible - even if it is hundreds or thousands of miles away. The Ronald McDonald House allows families to access specialized medical treatment by providing a place to stay at little or sometimes no cost.
If you would like to donate directly, you can go to their website:
Teens for Jeans
January 2011 / 1st Qtr 2011
Teens for Jeans works with Aeropostale and DOsomething.org to collect jeans for homeless teens across the U.S. and Canada. Some facts about homeless youth: 1 out of every 3 homeless people are under the age of 18, 1.6 to 1.7 million people under 18 will experience homelessness each year, the majority of homeless and runaway youth are between the ages of 15 and 17, however three out of 100 runaways are under the age of 10, and 11 out of 100 are between the ages of 11 and 13.
If you would like to get involved directly, go to their website and DO something at: http://www.dosomething.org/teensforjeans/home
Toys For Tots
October 2010 / 4th Qtr 2010
The mission of the U. S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program is to collect new, unwrapped toys during October, November and December each year, and distribute those toys as Christmas gifts to needy children in the community in which the campaign is conducted.
You may contact Toys For Tots directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org
or to donate online: http://www.toysfortots.org
The New Hampshire Food Bank
October 2010 / 4th Qtr 2010
A program of New Hampshire Catholic Charities, the New Hampshire Food Bank serves as the only Food Bank in the state. Our current approach to ending hunger includes developing programs to help educate our registered agencies, rolling out a Mobile Food Pantry, expanding our Operation Frontline program, and developing our Recipe for Success program. Every year, the Food Bank distributes nearly 6 million pounds of donated, surplus food to 405 food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, day care centers and senior citizen homes. These registered agencies in turn provide the food to the over 127,200 different men, women and children throughout New Hampshire each year.
If you would like to donate directly, you may contact The New Hampshire Food Bank directly at: 603-669-9725 or to donate online:
Guide Dog Foundation For The Blind
October 2010 / 4th Qtr 2010
Since 1946, the Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind, Inc. has provided guide dogs free of charge to blind people who seek enhanced mobility and independence. We have successfully trained hearing-impaired blind people as well as many physically challenged people. We are supported entirely by donations from generous individuals, corporations and foundations. We receive no government funding. In 2009, the Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind became the first assistance dog school in the world to be certified by the International Guide Dog Federation and Assistance Dogs International. It is the only assistance dog school in the United States to receive dual accreditation by these two international bodies.
If you would like to donate directly, you may contact the Guide Dog Foundation For The Blind directly at: 800-548-4337 or to donate online:
July 2010 / 3rd Qtr 2010
The Salvation Army’s Back to School program started about 13 years ago and continues to be a success each and every year. The goal is to identify school aged children in need and provide them with a new backpack, supplies and a gift card to use for a new outfit. Parents have the opportunity to share the school shopping experience with their children without the financial worries. The gift cards are tracked to confirm that the purchases are back to school items. Many of the children that benefit from this program are surrounded by hardships and each day is full of unexpected challenges. A new backpack and a new outfit go a long way in boosting a child's spirit and building confidence. In an average season, we provide assistance to over 200 children. In addition to helping many Salvation Army families, we share this opportunity with several other non-profit agencies such as the Moore Center, Families in Transition and Big Brothers Big Sisters. Although we would like to open this program to the public, there are not enough backpacks to go around so instead, the Caseworkers choose the children in the most need which brings peace of mind to all involved.
If you would like to donate directly, you may contact The Salvation Army directly at: (845) 620-7200 or to donate online:
April 2010 / 2nd Qtr 2010
Soles4Souls is a Nashville-based charity that collects shoes from the warehouses of footwear companies and the closets of people like you. The charity distributes these shoes free of charge to people in need, regardless of race, religion, class, or any other criteria. Since 2005, Soles4Souls has given away over 7 million pairs of new and gently worn shoes (currently donating one pair every 9 seconds).
If you would like to donate, you may contact Soles4Souls directly at: (615) 391-5723 or to donate online: http://www.soles4souls.org/donate/
American Red Cross / Haiti Relief and Development
January 2010 / 1st Qtr 2010 Company Match
In support of the American Red Cross’ emergency relief and recovery efforts to help those people affected by the earthquakes in Haiti, CoreMedical Group has matched funds raised by our employee’s during our first quarter Community Commitment fundraiser to The Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter. A donation in the amount of $2,687.05 has been made.
The Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter
January 2010 / 1st Qtr 2010
What do they do?
The Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter (NSK&S) is dedicated to providing shelter and food to those in need. The overall objective of the agency is to advocate, create, and operate programs and services that promote dignity and self-sufficiency for those we serve. To ensure that basic needs are addressed, the NSK&S is committed to joining with others in a community-wide ethic of caring.
If you would like to donate, you may contact The Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter directly at: (603) 889-7770 or to donate online: http://www.nsks.org/Donate.asp
Coats for Kids / Anton's Cleaners
November 2009 / 4th Qtr 09
The mission of Coats for Kids is simple - anyone in need of a coat will have one. Since the program began in 1994, Anton's Cleaners has collected, cleaned free of charge and distributed over 562,000 gently worn winter coats to men, women and children who would otherwise be without one. The program receives invaluable support from collection, promotional, supporting and distribution partners as well as individuals.
NH Food Bank
November 2007, November 2008 & November 2009/4th Qtr 09
The New Hampshire Food Bank has been a leader in the fight against hunger for the past 20 years. They procure and distribute food for over 350 agencies such as soup kitchens, food pantries and shelters throughout the state, which in turn provide that food to the nearly 80,000 New Hampshire residents at or below the poverty level.
Donate for Drew & Bone Marrow Drive with Be A Match
June 2009/ 3rd Qtr 09
*Bone Marrow Drive with Be A Match scheduled for November 2009
Core Medical Group has chosen to help a local family with their fight against Aplastic Anemia. Drew is a 10 year old boy who was diagnosed with Aplastic Anemia in June of this year. Drew is an energetic ten year old. His happy personality and smile always brings joy to his family and friends. Like many boys his age he enjoys video games, cartoons, soccer, and playing with his friends and his two older brothers.
As you can only imagine his life was turned upside down. However, despite the shock of his sudden illness, numerous needles and IV's, and constant hospitalization, Drew has kept his attitude positive, his spirits high, and has met all his challenges with his infectious smile. He is a fighter, and his courage serves as the inspiration that helps guide his family toward a cure.
MSPCA: Nevins Farm, Methuen, MA
May 2009/ 2nd Qtr 09
Some Americans are struggling to feed themselves and their human family members; it's easy for pets to fall by the wayside. US animal shelters are reporting record numbers of surrendered pets, and people nationwide are finding it increasingly difficult to put food on the table and in the dog bowl.
The MSPCA-Angell is a national and international leader in animal protection and veterinary medicine and provides direct hands-on care for thousands of animals each year. Founded in 1868, we are the second-oldest humane society in the United States. Their services include animal protection and adoption, advocacy, humane education, law enforcement and world-class veterinary care. The MSPCA-Angell is a private, non-profit organization. They do not receive any government funding nor are they funded or operated by any national humane organization. The MSPCA-Angell relies solely on the support and contributions of individuals who care about animals.
Prom Night 2009 & The Paul Center
March 2009/ 1st Qtr 09
Remember your prom night? Let's help create those unforgettable memories for developmentally challenged individuals. The Tewksbury Knights of Columbus and the Tewksbury Country Club will be hosting Prom 2009 for developmentally challenged individuals, ages 15-35 on May 20th, 2009. Prom night will be complete with Dinner, Music, Dancing and FUN for ALL! Without these organizations hosting this event many of these individuals would not otherwise ever attend a prom. The Tewksbury K of C and the Tewksbury Country Club are in need of donations of used but in good condition evening wear. Anton's Cleaners will be providing free dry cleaning for all articles provided. Donations of hair services and flowers will also be provided to the attendees by local companies as well.
So, dig deep in your closets and part with the past holiday party dresses and bridesmaids dresses by donating them to a great cause!
The Leukemia Lymphoma Society – Light The Night
September 2004 – September 2008
Light the Night: http://www.lightthenight.org/
Julie's Core is our team that's helping The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to defeat blood cancers.
Light The Night is The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's nationwide evening walk to commemorate lives touched by cancer and to raise awareness of blood cancers. Anyone can participate. Children, adults and seniors are all welcome. This is a casual walk with no fitness requirements. Walkers carry illuminated balloons. Participants carry red balloons and our survivors carry white balloons as a symbol of hope. Participants can also carry a gold balloon if they are walking in memory of someone who lost their life to a blood cancer. Every 10 minutes, another life is lost to blood cancer--an estimated 52,310 deaths in 2007.
Funds raised support our mission to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and to improve the quality of life of patients and their families.
The Boston Children’s Hospital, Mix 98.5 Radiothon
Over the past 4 years, thousands of MIX 98.5 listeners have tuned in to the annual 2-day broadcast to hear inspiring stories about Children’s Hospital Boston and pledge their support. Their amazing generosity – more than $2.4 million so far – has allowed the hospital to help countless kids and families.
CoreMedical Group organized a team of volunteers to volunteer 3 hours of their time to answer phones during the 2008 Mix 98.5 Care for Kids Radiothon on Thursday, March 27th and Friday, March 28th. The 3 hours shifts started as early as 6am and ended around 7pm. As well as volunteering time to answer phones Core Medical Group also provided cash donations from our staff.
Note: Mix 98.5, now Mix 104.1 (as of 07/2009)
Stockings for Soldiers – Annual Holiday Donation
CoreMedical Group selected Moore*Mart non-profit organization of Nashua, NH as our 2007 Holiday Charity. Moore* Mart began as a family effort to provide needed but unavailable supplies to our brother and his fellow soldiers serving in Iraq. Two years later they continue to supply soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan with anything they need that will make their job a little easier. In fact, they have been so successful in their mission that the soldiers have said that they "Carry more supplies than Wal*Mart", and dubbed them "Moore*Mart".
Our company goal is to provide much needed supplies and miscellaneous items to 46 soldiers who were deployed from our NH National Guard on November 4, 2007. This unit was expected to be deployed until at least June of 2009. Our contact at Moore*Mart has informed me that this recent troop is the youngest group of individuals ever to be deployed by our state (highest # of 18 year olds).
Sisters to Sisters
As a special memorial tribute to Karen Marie Circharo (1960-2007), a cookbook was compiled by friends, family and the staff at CoreMedical Group and published as a fundraiser, with all proceeds donated to benefit the prevention of women’s heart disease to Sisters to Sisters non-profit organization. This book, “Delicious Memories of Karen,” became available for sale early winter 2007 and continues to raise funds for women’s heart disease each month.
The Caitlin Raymond International Registry: Bone Marrow Donor Drive
The Caitlin Raymond International Registry is a comprehensive resource for patients and physicians conducting a search for unrelated bone marrow or cord blood donor. The Caitlin Raymond International Registry (CRIR), a pioneer in the establishment of procedures and practices for stem cell donor search, is the oldest coordinating center for bone marrow, peripheral blood stem cell and placental cord unit search in the United States. Affiliations with more than 90 international registries and cord blood banks in 43 countries enables us to access nearly 6,700,000 donors and more than 210,000 cord blood units.
CRIR is a non profit organization of the UMass Memorial Medical Center in Massachusetts. CRIR was originally established in 1986 as a unit within the Division of Hematology-Oncology of the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center specifically as a coordinating center for conducting national and international searches for unrelated donors. Today, approximately 300 patients each month are submitted for search. A marrow donation is a terrific way to offer hope to the thousands of patients in need of an unrelated marrow or stem cell donor.
CoreMedical Group held a donor registration and collection site here at our corporate location for all of our staff who wished to become a donor. Some of our employee’s friends and family also joined us on this day to become an active participating in the CRIR.
Bridges is a non-profit organization that works with abused families. This organization is responsible for taking these families in, providing for their immediate needs and then assists with transitioning them into their own accommodations. In the past we purchased items for children and their families but because at Bridge’s the families stay at the location is short lived, we will be donating money so that the charity can continue to exist and assist families who are in desperate need of help. Our donation will covered things such as: the plumbing bill or supplies (food, paper goods, toiletries, bedding, clothing, etc).
Support The Troops
CoreMedical Group began our donation with the hopes to provide a little comfort of home by purchasing and sending Girls Scout Cookies to a local solider. However, our staff went above and beyond and organized an event to collect much needed items for a local solider Sgt Peter Boisvert and his unit. Our staff collected items such as: Girls Scout Cookies, toiletries, magazines, books, snacks, hand sanitizer, socks, puzzle books, disposable cameras, chap stick, razors, candy, and so much more.
December 1999 – December 2005
CoreMedical Group provided much needed items to our local communities through partnership with the Ledge Street School of Nashua, NH and our local social service offices. Each year Core Medical Group would receive a list of families and the needs and wants of each member of the family. Together, we were able to help make some happy holiday for these families.
America Red Cross: Help for Hurricane Katrina Victims
In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, one of the most devastating hurricanes to hit land in quite some time, the employees of CoreMedical Group felt compelled to do something to help all of the people affected by this terrible tragedy. During the past two weeks we have seen almost nothing but the effects of this terrible calamity; mass destruction, loss of life, people living on bridges or in shelters shared with hundreds to thousands of others, and pets with no homes or owners. This list could go on and on but we all get the picture: these people need our help!
We are asking for donations to be made to the Red Cross and sent to our corporate office. We realize that situations are different for everyone so all that we ask is that you donate what you can and, as with our Leukemia and Lymphoma Society fund and the Tsunami Relief effort, CoreMedical Group will match each donation dollar for dollar.
We thank all of you in advance for your kindness and your generosity. It’s truly wonderful to work with such a caring and giving group of individuals!
America Red Cross: Tsunami Relief Recover
A Message from our President/CEO:
As we mentioned briefly last week, all of us at CoreMedical are in awe of this terrible natural disaster and the havoc is it has reeked upon the millions that live in the region. Needless to say, we would all like to donate money to help aid the survivors and the Company is willing to match the sum total of all donations, dollar for dollar. There are a lot of generous, kind hearted people working at this company; this was just witnessed by our Operation Santa program. We also know that this disaster is coming on the heels of the holidays but unfortunately disasters can't be planned for a good time. We simply ask that you give what you can, for some that is a more than others but every dollar will be needed. The thing to remember is that you are giving, you are not standing by and saying "I wish I could do something to help", you are doing something to help. Your donation counts, regardless of the amount and your donation will double because CMG will match the amount.
Our objective is to provide the funds to an organization where the maximum amount will reach those who need it most; the survivors. We thank you in advance for your donation. We will tabulate the total donations made and match the total, dollar for dollar.
This is one of the most worthwhile causes we could consider for our charitable efforts. Many thousands of people have been left homeless and their lives devastated by this event. Many thousands of children have been left without parents and will need to be cared for long after the story leaves the front pages of the paper. Let's all do whatever we can - whatever that is for each of us - to make sure we've at least done our part. I know we'll all feel better; about ourselves, about each other, about humanity, for having done so.
Thank you for your generosity.
Armand L. Circharo, Jr., President/CEO
For additional information, please contact us.