National & Statewide
Treat the Troops is a no volunteer organization that collects and sends home-baked cookies and other comfort items, along with a note of thanks, to sent to deployed American military persons. “The purpose of “Treat The Troops” is to let deployed American military persons, know that people at home are remembering them.”
We are proud to have hosted, and continue to host, blood drives at our Newburgh office. According the American Red Cross every two seconds someone in the U.S. needs blood. Just one car crash victim can require as many as 100 pints of blood. Be sure to check out our events section for upcoming blood drives.
In 2017 our Finkelstein & Partners team created more than 40 hats in support of the “Little Hats Big Hearts” campaign.
“Together, we are working to raise awareness, provide resources and inspire moms to take their family’s heart health to heart while also raising awareness about Congenital Heart Defects.” -The American Heart Association.
We’ve already began creating and collecting hats for 2018 in hopes of breaking our previous year’s record.
Each year on “Go Red Day” we wear red to raise awareness about cardiovascular disease. We also fundraise prior to and throughout the month to support the American Heart Association’s mission of fighting heart disease and stroke, and striving to improve lives.
For the past several years, our Human Resources team has done an exceptional job raising funds to support the American Cancer Society’s “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer” campaign. Through bake sales, a one day café’, and other creative efforts we’ve raised thousands of dollars for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer.
“We hold Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walks so anyone touched by breast cancer won’t have to face their diagnosis alone. We do it to raise awareness and money to fund research, support services, and early detection. We hold Making Strides events to save lives.”-American Cancer Society
We are proud national sponsors of the Amputee Coalition. Many of our clients have had to undergo amputations. We understand better than most the importance of organizations like the Amputee Coalition. The organization’s mission is to:
To reach out to and empower people affected by limb loss to achieve their full potential through education, support and advocacy, and to promote limb loss prevention. -Amputee Coalition
We are proud members of the National Safety Council (NSC), and regularly share important information provided by the NSC on our website and Facebook/Twitter pages. The mission of the NSC is to “eliminate preventable deaths at work, in homes and communities, and on the road through leadership, research, education and advocacy.”-NSC