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The philanthropic goal of Siracusa Staffing & Leasing and SSandLCares is to work with responsible charities, be they local, national or international, making the largest impact in improving the lives of the greatest number of deserving individuals.
Check out this great video from the owner of Siracusa Staffing & Leasing, David Siracusa
We are so excited that the owner of our company, David Siracusa, was selected as the Tampa Bay Lightning's Community Hero in 2020! And we were even more excited to be able to donate $50,000 to RCS Pinellas on behalf of our communities' fantastic hockey team!!!
Check out this acceptance video of David Siracusa at the 2017 award banquet.
We take our responsibility to give back to our community very seriously here at SS&L. Any time we can assist a worthy charity with time, effort and/or money, we are going to do our best to pitch in!
RCS has provided Help & Hope to People in Need for almost 50 years. RCS helps individuals and families facing hunger, homelessness, and domestic violence.
RCS provides its services through the RCS Food Bank (feeding 70,000 neighbors annually), the RCS Grace House (helping 550 family members stay together), The Haven of RCS (sheltering over 300 women and children) and the RCS Thrift Store (serving 1,000 participants).
Our mission is to secure the financial future of services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities served by The Arc Tampa Bay. This mission is accomplished through a comprehensive plan of building community awareness, encouraging community involvement, and generating financial support of The Arc Tampa Bay through fundraising events, grant funding, annual, corporate and planned giving.
The Arc Tampa Bay is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Brick By Brick began in 2018 due to the hard work and dedication of its wonderful founders, Dan and Hannah Jenkins. But really, the foundation got its start long before that. The Jenkins family has been working and volunteering in many different countries for years now, helping in so many important ways. But now they have made it official.
From Latin America to Africa to Asia and everywhere in between, they plan to help build communities Brick By Brick and person by person.
SS&LCares was first made aware of My Father's House in 2018 by Brick By Brick founders Dan and Hannah Jenkins. Hannah, an account manager for Siracusa Staffing & Leasing, and her family had already been traveling down to, and working with, the people of Haiti for many years, when David Siracusa and SS&L saw an opportunity to get involved and help out as well.
Dinner For A Difference was the brainchild of Hannah and Dan, Kalani McDaniel and David Siracusa to raise funds for a generator to help the children of the orphanage that Dan and Hannah had become so much a part of.
Dress for Success Greater Orlando empowers women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire, and development tools to thrive in work and in life. The local chapter of the nonprofit was founded in Orlando in 2001, and has served more than 10,000 clients. Dress for Success depends on the generous support of individuals and companies to help create a community where women do not live in poverty, are treated with dignity and respect and are strengthening their families and shaping their communities.
Martinis for Moffitt is a cocktail reception hosted by the Bay Area Advisors – a nonprofit professional organization focused on sharing networks, exchanging ideas and giving back to the Tampa Bay Area community. Since 2005, the event has raised over $1 million to benefit Moffitt’s Advanced Prostate Cancer Collaboration (APCC) and Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) program.
The Russell Home has a rich history dating back to 1951 when Mrs. Russell first opened her home. The Russell Home for Atypical Children in Orlando has been in continuous operation for over 60 years without any government support. The Home is the only private, non-profit facility of its kind for severely disabled children in Central Florida.
Wheelchairs 4 Kids is dedicated to improving the lives of children with physical disabilities. We were founded and received our 501 (c) (3) classification in 2011. We provide wheelchairs, home and vehicle modifications as well as other assistive equipment at no charge to the families. We also have an inclusion program to get our kids out in the community socializing with other children in wheelchairs and the community at large. We have been to several Rays’ games, Bucs Training camp, WWE events and have even taken the kids indoor sky-diving, water-skiing. and recently tried sled hockey with The Lightning using adaptive equipment. We provided equipment/modifications for 168 children last year at an average cost of just over $2,000 each.
The mission of the Police Athletics League of Saint Petersburg, Inc. is to prevent crime among our youth through recreation, education, and athletics. Our programs are based on the conviction that young people if they are reached early enough can develop strong positive attitudes towards police officers in their journey through life toward the goal of maturity and good citizenship. Thus, PAL programs foster relationships between our youth and local police officers.
Matone de Chiwit (Drops of Life) is an organization aimed at providing clean drinking water for the world.
1 in 18 million people lack access to drinking water. Some people must walk over 3 hours a day to get only 20L of unsanitary drinking water.
Globally, 780 million people lack access to clean drinking water!
Our mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
It is a simple, but powerful mission which serves as the foundation for what we do.
The Payton Wright Foundation (PWF) exists to help support families who are caring for a child with brain cancer. Established in 2008 by Patrick and Holly Wright, the foundation honors the memory of their daughter, Payton, who passed away from brain cancer at the age of five. The Payton Wright Foundation was created both in Payton's memory and with her fighting spirit.
The Payton Wright Foundation works with families, physicians and social workers to provide practical relief for things such as fuel, food, or housing expense so that families can give full concentration to their child’s care and treatment.
Clearwater Central Catholic High School, a college-preparatory school in the Diocese of St. Petersburg, is committed to educating the whole person with “minds for truth, hearts for love, and hands for service.” Our unique academic and extensive co-curricular and student-centered program inspires all persons to develop their spiritual, intellectual, moral, physical, and creative potential and to respect the diversity among them and in the world beyond. We further challenge our students to intentionally pursue social justice and live in service to others for the betterment of society.
The Terri Schiavo Life & Hope Network upholds human dignity through service to the medically vulnerable.
We express this mission through public advocacy of essential qualities of human dignity—which include the right to food and water, the presumption of the will to live, due process against denial of care, protection from euthanasia as a form of medicine, and access to rehabilitative care—as well as through 24/7 Crisis Lifeline service to at-risk patients and families.
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