We began the Casual for a Cause program over a decade ago as a way for us all to give back as a community. Each month an employee committee presents three local, nonprofit organizations that need our help, and our team members vote to decide which organization we support. Combined, we’ve raised over $25,000 for these worthy organizations, and we’re just getting started!
Hear what some of our past recipients have to say:
2017 Casual for a Cause Recipients:
4-H Camp Wabasso: A residential summer camp in Redwood, NY that offers campers archery, astronomy, theatre, volleyball and more.
St. Lawrence Valley Renewal House: Immediate response to the needs of victims of domestic violence and sexual assault through services that empower victims and increase community awareness.
Volunteer Transportation Center, Inc.: Provides essential transportation services to North Country residents in need.
Northern New York Autism Foundation: Finds solutions and improves public awareness of Neuro Immune Dysfunction Syndrome (NIDS) related diseases—both neuro-immune and auto-immune—through research, education and legislation.
Heartbeats for Madden: A component of The North Country Pre-Natal Council, this organization was founded by Jenna Mooney following the loss of her son, Madden, and offers free services, including CPR certification, safe sleep education, babysitting courses and more.
The Rohde Center: A nonprofit, volunteer-driven food pantry that provides food at no cost to low-income families in southern Jefferson County.
St. Lawrence County SPCA: This nonprofit animal shelter cares for animals without homes and animals in need of medical attention, acts as an adoption clinic, advocates population control via spay and neuter services, and educates the general public on proper animal treatment.
Boys & Girls Club of Northern New York: The Northern New York chapter of this nationwide organization that gives children a safe place to learn, play and grow, supportive mentors, and enriching programs, experience and activities.
We raised funds for an internal owner whose home was damaged in a fire, which helped cover expenses insurance did not.
Feed Our Vets: This nonprofit provides food to more than 25,000 veterans and their families who are struggling to feed themselves. It receives 100% of its funds from private donors.
Ninjas Against Animal Cruelty: This group alleviates the suffering of animals through programs that help provide food, supplies, transportation, foster care, low-cost spay and neutering, and support.
Tri-County Area Food Pantries. We donated money and supplies to community food pantries throughout our tri-county area during the holiday season.
Do you belong to, or know of, a 501c3 nonprofit organization that could use our support? Complete the form below and we’ll be in touch within one business day.