Each time we are able to give back to the community, we know it is only because of the support of our clients, family, friends, and employees, from whom we achieve all things. For this reason, we come to YOU for guidance in our corporate giving. Charity Connection is the program that lets us help the charitable organizations closest to the hearts of the people most important to us.
Since its inception in 2012, Charity Connection has taken on many fun forms—thousands of anonymous voters, hundreds of client nominations, and even recommendations from our employees.
Charity Connection through the Years
2012, Phase 2 – Pay it Forward: We asked our friends and associates to nominate people who would receive $100 each, which they could spend freely towards doing good in our Pay it Forward series.
2012, Finale: The five finalists in the 2012 Charity Connection Finale including the SPCA of Erie County and Ronald McDonald House of Rochester. Voting was open to all that year, and reached 83,000 submissions!
2013: The Western & Central New York Chapter of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, The BISON Children Scholarship Fund, and The Meals on Wheels Foundation at Western New York, all nominated by Compu-Mail clients, received donations.
2014: Charity Connection extended to our sister company Dual Print & Mail for the first time. Nominations were received from clients and employees this year, and voting took place internally. Some of the charities that received donations include Hospice Buffalo, the Wounded Warrior Project, and Heart Works.
Past Recipients of Donations through Charity Connection
- Heart, Love and Soul of Niagara Falls, NY
- SPCA Serving Erie County
- American Red Cross, Erie and Niagara Counties
- Mercy Flight WNY
- Ronald McDonald House Charities Rochester
- Buffalo City Mission
- Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Western & Central NY
- BISON Children’s Scholarship Fund
- Meals on Wheels Foundation of WNY
- Hospice Buffalo
- Heart Works
- The Wounded Warrior Project
- WNY Women’s Foundation
- St. Vincent De Paul Society – Buffalo