Congratulations to our September winner, Sandy Brown, for her nomination to our Charity Program – “Elevate our Community”!
Sandy nominated Mission K9 Rescue.
Serving Our Nation’s Working Dogs
Mission K9 Rescue is a non profit organization dedicated to the service of retiring and retired Military Working Dogs, Contract Working Dogs and PD-K9’s
We provide assistance and support for Working Dogs worldwide. Our organization’s purpose for existence is to serve retiring and retired Military Working Dogs, Contract Working Dogs, and other Dogs who Serve as they may fit into our mission and scope.
Mission K9 Rescue operates under the laws of the State of Texas.
To Rescue, Reunite, Re-Home, Rehabilitate and Repair any retired working dog that has served mankind in some capacity.
Rescue – Any and all CWDs and MWDs as well as any other working dog that may need our help. Mission K9 Rescue is...
Katie nominated Oasis for Orphans.
Without family or home, a Kenyan orphan is often destined for a life in the slums. A hungry, dirty, seemingly hopeless life.
In 2004, intense poverty, sickness, and hopelessness of Kenyan slums shocked two visiting American families. This despair left the families searching for ways to save these orphaned children—only the solution didn’t lie in redeeming the slums.
Oasis for Orphans utilizes a unique model to develop kids in a holistic way
The program gives children hope and molds them into leaders in their communities and for the kingdom. Focusing on the 110,000 orphans in six counties in rural southwest Kenya, the holistic program centers around the physical, spiritual, educational, and social development of the children.
The mission places high value...
Elevation Corporate Health had humble beginnings. Sandy Meagher and Tom Kapp met in a local hospital in the Baltimore-Washington corridor. At that time, their focus was connecting the hospital to organizations via occupational health programs, employment screenings, fitness center management, and group exercise programs. In 1994, they decided to venture out on their own and formed MidAtlantic Corporate Health.
One client quickly turned into many, expanding from Maryland into other states including Texas, Colorado, and California; eventually becoming a nationwide wellness company.
In 2013, we re-branded the company and changed the name to Elevation Corporate Health. From fitness management and onsite staffing to customizable technology solutions and online programs, Elevation has...
Congratulations to our June winner, Sara Harman, for her nomination to our Charity Program – “Elevate our Community”!
BARCS is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization operating Maryland’s largest animal shelter and pet adoption center. We are an open admission shelter, granting refuge to every abandoned, neglected, abused, lost or surrendered animal that comes through our door. A staggering 30 or more animals are surrendered to BARCS every day. No matter what the circumstance, we do not turn away any animal in need of shelter, food, medical care and a loving touch. Yearly, this equates to more than 12,000 dogs, cats, kittens, puppies, and even wildlife and exotic animals that need care and placement.
Each year, BARCS is growing, evolving and working to implement new innovative programs that benefit animals in need and the neighborhoods that...
Congratulations to our May winner, Shaun Woerner, for his nomination to our Charity Program – “Elevate our Community”!
Team LeGrand is named after Eric LeGrand. Eric LeGrand was a standout high school football player from New Jersey. He went on to play for Rutgers University and by his sophomore year he led the team with 13 tackles on kickoff coverage and recorded a tackle-for-loss in seven games.
On October 16th, 2010, in his junior year, LeGrand suffered a severe spinal injury during a game against Army in Met Life Stadium. Following a collision against an opposing player, LeGrand lay on the ground for several minutes before being carted off, only able to move his head. He was taken to the intensive care unit of the Hackensack University Medical Center, where doctors determined that LeGrand was paralyzed from the neck down.
Congratulations to our April winner, Sandy Brown, for her nomination to our Charity Program – “Elevate our Community”!
The Baltimore Station turns lives around. We are an innovative therapeutic residential and outpatient treatment program supporting veterans who are overcoming obstacles to regain self-sufficiency.
“There is a turning point in every war. Ours is when a man comes in off the streets, through our door.”
We give structure, expectations and practical lessons to develop life skills that will transfer to the real world. Our residents are able to progress at their own speed We are able to offer additional resources such as health care, education, employment, job training and family reunification.
We give structure, expectations and practical lessons to develop life skills that will transfer to the real world. Our residents...
Congratulations to our first annual Service Award winner, Cheryl Hazle, for her nomination to our Charity Program – “Elevate our Community”!
The annual service award winner is voted on by the entire company and is chosen from previous monthly winners in our #ElevateOurCommunity company initiative.
Cheryl nominated the CASA of Harford County.
CASA stands for Court Appointed Special Advocate. It is a national association that supports and promotes court-appointed advocates for abused or neglected children currently in the foster care system ensuring that, ultimately, children have a safe and healthy environment in permanent homes.
There are more than 70,000 advocates serving in nearly 1,000 state and local program offices in the United States. Each year nearly a quarter of a million children are assisted through CASA services.
The CASA volunteer represents just one child in the foster care system and works hand-in-hand...
Erin-Leigh nominated the Bettie Jane Cancer Foundation (BJCF)
Owner and Director of Bettie Jane’s Center of Dance Art, Bettie Jane Bryant has served and continues to serve Frederick County for over 55 years.
In the fall of 2008, Bettie Jane was diagnosed with breast cancer, and had a double mastectomy at the end of October. She began Chemotherapy in December through March and had 28 radiation treatments in April and May. She is now on the 10 year plan of Hormone Therapy. As of this date, she is cancer free.
During her treatments, she, her dance students and faculty decided to hold a 5K Walk to benefit The Cancer Care Center of Frederick, in order to help local cancer patients in need. The 1st Annual 5K Walk in 2009 raised over $10,000. She has held a total of 8 walks to date...
Congratulations to our November winner, Sara Baker, for her nomination to our Charity Program – “Elevate our Community”!
Sara nominated the Wishbone Foundation.
They are a non-profit organization that provides training and resources for labor and delivery teams so they have the skills to comfort grieving families in a time of devastating loss.
Everyone WISHES for the best and WISHES for a healthy beautiful baby! Brad and Jianna Wright (the founders of Wishbone Foundation) also WISHED this during their pregnancy after going through an early miscarriage in 2011. While shopping, Jianna found a necklace that stood out and spoke to her heart and soul—it was a small, simple wishbone on a red string! She wore the necklace day in and day out, till shortly after delivering their WISH, Mackensie Owenn. It is because of their WISH for no family to have to endure...
Congratulations to our October winner, Micaela Robinson, for her nomination to our Charity Program – #ElevateOurCommunity!
Micaela nominated HomeAid Los Angeles.
What is HomeAid Los Angeles?
HomeAid Los Angeles is a 501(c)(3) charity that identifies long-term, stable homeless care providers who need additional capacity and pairs them with our builders, vendors and suppliers, who donate their time, materials and labor to rehabilitate and build housing for Los Angeles' homeless. Their care provider partners serve:
HomeAid Los Angeles serves as the housing developer and liaison between our homeless...