Giveback 2022 Quarter 3

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southwest Virginia

Mesa donated $3,000 to Ronald McDonald House Charities SW Virginia. Ronald McDonald House Charities SW Virginia provide an inviting resting place for families that need to stay overnight, as well as the Ronald McDonald Family Room on the 14th floor of Carilion Children's Hospital for those who need a break without leaving the hospital.

Mesa donated $1,000 to Capital Area Family Justice Center. The Capital Area Family Justice Center creates a welcoming environment in which a multi-disciplinary team of professionals works together in one, centralized location to provide coordinated services to victims of domestic violence and their children.

Mesa donated $5,000 to Feed More Richmond VA. Feed More Richmond VA provides more than 30 million meals to those who struggle with hunger in our community.

Mesa donated $5,000 to One Heart for Women and children. One Heart for Women and Children’s mission is to provide necessary resources for struggling families as they transition through and overcome the hardships of daily living in the Central Florida region and beyond.

Mesa donated $2,500 to Gold Star Teen Adventures. Gold Star Teen Adventures offers unique, fun,  and impactful outdoor adventures to the children of our nation’s heroes who lost their lives in the line of duty.

Mesa donated $2,000 to Mississippi Food Network. Mississippi Food Network (MFN) has been feeding Mississippians since 1984. MFN distributes more than 1.5 million pounds of food and feeds more than 150,000 every month — or a total of 1.8 million people per year. MFN takes donations from multiple sources, and distributes food and goods through 430 member agencies. They, in turn, distribute to recipients in their own communities.

Mesa donated $2,500 to Children's Hospital New Orleans. Children’s Pediatrics was created to provide pediatrics to children in and around New Orleans & surrounding areas, including medically under-served areas.

Mesa donated $2,500 to Youth Build Boston. Youth Build Boston's mission is to empower and assist underserved young people from the Boston area with the essential social, vocational, academic, and life skills necessary to navigate a positive pathway to self-sufficiency and neighborhood responsibility. & surrounding areas, including medically under-served areas.

Mesa donated $1,000 to K9 partners for Patriots. K9 partners for Patriots provides a positive path forward through the experience of training and caring for their own service dog in a safe environment of camaraderie, friendship & family that brings veterans from self-doubt to self-confidence; from isolation to reconnection.

Mesa donated $1,000 to Appalachian Community Action and Development Agency. Appalachian Community Action and Development Agency has become the community action partner of choice for financial, educational, healthcare and workforce development institutions in the notoriously-isolated and rural counties of Southwest Virginia.

Mesa donated $1,000 to Active Minds. Active Minds is dedicated to saving lives and to building stronger families and communities. Through education, research, advocacy, and a focus on young adults ages 14–25, Active Minds is opening up the conversation about mental health and creating lasting change in the way mental health is talked about, cared for, and valued in the United States.

Mesa donated $1,000 to Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth. Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth's wraparound programs stabilize young people’s lives, meeting their immediate needs and providing a safe, supportive environment and a path to self-sufficiency.

Mesa donated $1,100 to Kenneth Young Center. Kenneth Young Center partners with communities to support people of all ages to navigate life's challenges through personalized prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery.

Mesa donated $4,000 to Helmets to Hardhats. Helmets to Hardhats is a national, nonprofit program that connects transitioning active-duty military service members, veterans, National Guard and Reservists with skilled training and quality career opportunities in the construction industry.

Mesa donated $3,000 to Youth Services Tulsa. Youth Services Tulsa's mission is to value and accept all youth, supporting and challenging them to embrace their potential.

Mesa donated $1,200 to Nature Bridge. Nature Bridge's mission is to connect young people to the wonder and science of the natural world, igniting self-discovery and inspiring stewardship of our planet. Through our overnight, hands-on environmental science programs, we take more than 35,000 children and teens each year into our national parks to explore the outdoors, connect with their peers, discover themselves and develop a lasting relationship with the environment.

Mesa donated $1,000 to Invest in Kids. Invest in Kids is a nonprofit organization that works alongside Colorado communities to adopt, implement, and successfully scale proven programs that have the greatest long-term impact on young children and families experiencing poverty.

Mesa donated $1,500 to Corryton Hospitality Pantry. The Corryton Hospitality Food Pantry functions as the primary community outreach mission of Rutherford Memorial United Methodist Church. Over a dozen community churches and local businesses partner with RMUMC to serve families two times a month.

Mesa donated $1,500 to ACE Mentoring Program. ACE Mentoring Program's mission is to engage, excite, and enlighten high school students to pursue careers in architecture, engineering, and construction through mentoring and continued support for their advancement into the industry.

Mesa donated $1,500 to TradeWinds. For over 50 years, TradeWinds has continued to meet the increasing need for these services, making a direct impact on the lives of local children and adults with special needs, their families, and the Northwest Indiana community.

Mesa donated $2,000 to YMCA Portage County. The Y is the nation’s leading nonprofit committed to strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.

Mesa donated $6,000 to Orange County Food Bank. Orange County Food Bank unites communities to end hunger and malnutrition by partnering with more than 300 local charities, soup kitchens and community organizations.