Help Us Choose which Charity SalesIntel Gives Back to this Holiday Season!
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A Holiday Message from Our Founder.
A year unlike any other allows us to reflect on areas of gratitude. This holiday season we want to thank each of you for your continued support and partnership! It is your partnership that has made our progress possible and we are humbled by your support.
In lieu of any holiday cards or gifts to our clients this year we have chosen to give back to our local community. As we continue to partner and grow together we also wanted to #GiveTogether this season by having our users vote on which charity they would like to see get an extra dose of holiday cheer.
Simply fill out the form above, choose one of the three proposed charities and we’ll send you an email announcement when the winner is selected later this month.
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is leading the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. American Lebanese Syrian Associated Charities (ALSAC), exists solely to raise the funds and awareness necessary to run St. Jude. In the years ahead, an estimated 87% of the funds necessary to sustain and grow St. Jude must be raised each year by ALSAC from generous donors who are united with us in a common goal: Finding cures. Saving children®.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington’s (BGCGW) 15 sites—covering a territory of 75 miles that stretches from Manassas to Germantown—serve as safe havens for our members. The clubs are open when schools are not, and provide a safe, comfortable, and fun alternative to youth who would otherwise be home alone or on the street. Over 1,400 youth attend the Clubs for activities every day, to see their friends, and to spend time with positive and encouraging adults. Clubs are open after school on weekdays. Some have Saturday hours, and many offer full days during school holidays and summers. Clubs welcome every child, adolescent, or teenager for a nominal annual membership fee, but will not turn any child away for inability to pay.
So Others Might Eat
The cycle of poverty and homelessness can be broken. SOME’s (So Others Might Eat) comprehensive programs designed to help our most vulnerable neighbors—people experiencing homelessness and extreme poverty—find pathways out of poverty and achieve long-term stability and success.
SOME is an interfaith, community-based service organization that exists to help and support residents of our nation’s capital experiencing homelessness and poverty. SOME offers a variety of services, including affordable housing, counseling, addiction treatment, and job training. In addition, SOME helps meet immediate daily needs by providing food, clothing, and healthcare to those in need.