Stoneridge Software Donates on Giving Tuesday
The Stoneridge Gives, corporate gift initiative has awarded $4,300 in funds to three featured nonprofits for Giving Tuesday 2017, as chosen by employees! Feed My Starving Children received $1,500, enough to feed four families for one year. Churches United for the Homeless received $1,500, enough to provide a day shelter, services, and supplies for 23 people. uCodeGirl received $1,300, enough to provide access to all classes and programs for four girls for one year.
Throughout the year, each Stoneridge team member was able to donate $100 towards the charitable cause or organization of their choice in a Pay-It-Forward initiative. Organizations that received donations by November 2017 were narrowed down to three by a company vote, to be featured during the second part of the corporate giving campaign: Stoneridge Gives.
Stoneridge is delighted to contribute to these worthy organizations making a difference in the world.
Feed My Starving Children
Founded in 1987, Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) is a Christian non-profit that provides nutritionally complete meals specifically formulated for malnourished children. Our process is simple. Donations given by people fund the meal ingredients. Volunteers hand-pack the meals. Meals are donated to FMSC food partners around the world, where kids are fed and lives are saved!
Learn more or donate to Feed My Starving Children here.
Churches United for the Homeless
CUFH provides shelter, support, and case management services for men, women, and families. Churches United for the Homeless was incorporated in October of 1987 by local churches. Participation in faith-based activities is completely optional for residents.
Learn more or donate to Churches United for the Homeless here.
uCodeGirl is a non-profit organization designed to inspire, engage and equip young girls in the community with leadership traits, computational thinking skills, and an entrepreneurial mindset. uCodeGirl strives to bridge the gender gap in technology so that young girls can confidently pursue opportunities suitable for the 21st century.