Helping build thriving organizations is at the core of what we do. Every day, we show up to help change the lives of organizations and the people inside of them.
And while we’re dedicated to helping our clients see realize their full potential, we’re also dedicated to supporting our communities and the communities of our clients. That’s why every month we support a different non-profit’s mission to help build thriving communities.
So, here’s a quick rundown of organizations OnStrategy (and YOU!) helped support during 2019!
California Fire Foundation: The California Fire Foundation provides critical support to surviving families of fallen firefighters, firefighters, and the communities they serve. Through the SAVE Program, front line firefighters in California provide gift cards, in the amount of $100, to eligible victims of fire or other natural disasters so they may purchase basic necessities such as food, clothing or medicine. Learn how you can help at http://www.cafirefoundation.org/.
Eddy House: The Eddy House Youth Resource Center promotes self-sufficiency and empowerment to homeless, runaway, foster, and at-risk youth ages 12-24 by providing safety, basic needs, and access to community resources in Northern Nevada. Learn how you can help at EddyHouse.org.
Potter’s House: Potter’s House to help deliver five holistic development programs through their community centers: Family Development, Education, Health and Nutrition, Micro-Enterprise and Community Development to combat extreme poverty in Guatemala. Learn how you can help at pottershouse.org.gt.
Samaritan’s Purse: Samaritan’s purse meets critical needs of individuals impacts by crisis throughout the world. This year, we helped Samaritan’s Purse provide aid in Syria, Mexico, and Puerto Rico. Learn how you can help at SamaritansPurse.org.
Pathfinders, Reno: Pathfinders reaches the inner-city, at-risk and forgotten children in the Reno, Nevada area. They empower the lives of these older children through leadership training. Learn how you can help at https://www.pathfindersreno.org/.
Awaken: Awaken conducts outreach and provides direct services to women and girls to help them transition out of commercial sexual exploitation (CSE). Nearly all victims served by Awaken have had a history of emotional, physical, or sexual abuse. Learn how you can help at http://awakenreno.org/.
Tahoe Food Hub: Tahoe Food Hub supports regenerative agriculture and addressing local food access challenges at a systems level by creating a local food system for the Lake Tahoe/Reno area. A local food system addresses the needs of diversified, family farms who are looking for fair market opportunities while increasing access to local food for our mountain community. Learn how you can help at https://www.tahoefoodhub.org/
Tahoe Pyramid Trail: The Tahoe-Pyramid Trail is based on a vision for a trail that would follow the entire length of the Truckee River, from its source at forested Lake Tahoe (6225′) to the desert terminus of Pyramid Lake (3796′). The current route can be traveled by foot or by bicycle, and when fully completed, will descend over 2000 feet during the entire course of the 114-mile long trail, using a combination of existing dirt and paved roads, bike paths, historic roads, as well as many new sections of trail and connecting bridges. Learn how you can help at https://tahoepyramidtrail.org/
BID Reno: The Business Improvement District (BID) of Reno They will work with businesses, property owners, residents, city and county government to make the core of the city cleaner, safer and friendlier with the ultimate goal of creating more reasons for people to visit the downtown area. Learn how you can help at https://www.reno.gov/government/departments/economic-development-redevelopment-agency/business-improvement-district
Cuidad Nueva: Cuidad Nueva is a public charity that provides serves to El Paso’s Rio Grande Nieghboor to help provide support to the border community. Learn how you can help at https://ciudadnueva.org/
Bridges to a Thriving Nevada: Bridges to a Thriving Nevada is aimed at helping individuals move out of poverty while creating systemic change in the community to support such movement. This is accomplished using a 16-week course offering education for individuals living in poverty, helping them develop eleven resources needed for personal and family stability. Learn how you can help at http://www.opportunityalliancenv.org/bridges/
Furnishing Hope: Furnishing Hope provides furniture and supplies to help the children and families of severely wounded heroes who are transitioning from the hospital to civilian life. Furnishing Hope exists to create a much-needed nurturing environment so that families can recover from their loss, adjust to their disabilities and build their future. Learn how you can help at www.http://furnishinghope.org