When you're smack dab between Thanksgiving and Christmas, it's hard not to feel a little philanthropic. Giving Tuesday may have come and gone this week, but these seven LA companies have found awesome ways to give back this holiday season:
Starting on December 1st, Legacy will be doubling any memorial donations made through their site up to $50,000. The site allows users to make donation in the named of loved ones who have passed to charities like the American Heart Association and Marines' Memorial Association.
Headquartered in LA, Amobee's offices around the world are all pitching in with volunteer work. From Singapore and Sydney to New York and Chicago, employees are volunteering at organizations like PAWS, The Ronald McDonald House, and local parishes.
This year more than 300 Amobee employees have clocked in over 1,000 hours of volunteering and their Santa Monica office sent 44 people to help A Place Called Home.
How you can help: Help support children growing up un southcentral LA by donating to A Place Called Home here.
This Holiday season RealtyMogul is working with InnerCity Struggle, an organization that has worked with youth and community residents in East Los Angeles for the past 21 years to promote safe, healthy, and non-violent communities.
InnerCity Struggle's current campaign is seeking to build new schools in areas where over-crowded classrooms are lowering the quality of eduction.
How you can help: Donate to InnerCity Struggle here.
Centerfield is working with Toys for Tots, encouraging each employee to donate at least one gift to a child in need. The company hosted a potluck before Thanksgiving at which all leftover food was donated to the Gobble Gobble Give foundation along with donated clothes and canned food.
The company also participated in the Movember fundraiser and has worked with Kids In Sports Los Angeles, No Kill LA, Habitat for Humanity.
Centerfield works with a variety of charities throughout the year and every employee is granted 1% of their bonuses each quarter to donate to a charity of their choice via the JustGive organization.
How you can help: Make a monetary donation or find your local toy drop-off here.
Instantly works with two LA-based, education-focused charities year round: The Fulfillment Fund and School on Wheels. Employees volunteer regularly at tutoring/mentoring programs and special events while the company also makes a yearly monetary donation during the holidays,
The Fullfillment Fund works with middle and high school students to create a two year mentoring program. School on Wheels is a similar organization, creating one-on-one tutoring programs for young students.
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