WE ARE PROUD TO SUPPORT THE FOLLOWING CHARITIES AND FOUNDATIONS:
–Muscular Dystrophy Association: MDA is the largest source of funding for neuromuscular disease research, outside the federal government. They have been able to commit more than $1 billion in funding since its inception.
–The Kids for Kids Foundation: The Kids for Kids Foundation was established in 2008 to help children and families battling catastrophic diseases. Its community is made up of friends, family, and colleagues who organize and support family-oriented fundraising events.
–National Italian American Foundation: Since its founding in 1975, NIAF has contributed tens of millions of dollars towards educational and cultural initiatives that improve the collective well-being of the Italian American community.
–Hamilton-Madison House: A voluntary, non- profit settlement house, dedicated to improving the quality of life of its community. The neighborhood is a federally designated poverty area, with a constantly changing mixture of ethnic groups, and lack of adequate services and resources.
–Diabetes Research Institute Foundation: There are many organizations devoted to the care of diabetes patients and the education of the public about diabetes. But there is only one national organization devoted solely to developing a biological cure for diabetes: The Diabetes Research Institute and Foundation.
–National Multiple Sclerosis Society: 2019-2021 Strategic Plan: This plan guides and informs the impact the NMSS hopes to have in the MS movement through 2021. It reflects the perspectives of more than 3,000 people affected by MS who were engaged to understand what matters most in improving the quality of people’s lives.
–Florina Rusi-Marke Foundation: Florina Rusi Marke lived her life in a way that served as an inspiration to everyone whose lives she touched. As a wife, mother, daughter, sister, and aunt, she embodied all the virtues that comprise the human spirit. The Florina Rusi Marke Cancer Foundation strives to keep Florina’s joyous energy alive through their work to educate, raise awareness, and fundraise to help treat and cure breast cancer.