Girls Inc., of Memphis
Mesa donated $5,000 to Girls Inc. of Memphis. Each year, Girls Inc. of Memphis serves more than 2,000 girls ages 6 to 18 through in-school, after-school, and camp programs. Our research-based programming is delivered by trained professionals who focus on the development of the whole girl, supporting, mentoring, and guiding girls in an affirming, pro-girl environment. Here, girls learn to value their whole selves, discover, and develop their inherent strengths, and receive the support they need to navigate the challenges they face.
Mesa donated $5,000 to Mercy Multiplied. Mercy Multiplied offers multiple programs and resources online and onsite designed to equip people to live free and stay free in Christ.
Mesa donated $6,000 to Homes4Families. The Enriched Neighborhood® model is an innovative way to build affordable housing – creating financial sustainability and upward mobility by combining permanent housing with wraparound services in a supportive neighborhood.
Hands Heart and Soul Project
Mesa donated $1,100 to Hands Heart and Soul Project. Hand, Heart and Soul Project is a not-for-profit organization that seeks to nurture, celebrate, and advance the needs of the people we serve by creating equitable access to quality educational, nutritional, and community resources.
Community Services of Starke County
Mesa donated $1,500 to Community Services of Starke County. Community Services of Starke County provides dependable, quality services to low-income, elderly, and disabled citizens in Starke County so they may maintain their independence in their own home.
Food Bank of Northern Indiana
Mesa donated $2,000 to the Food Bank of Northern Indiana. As a member of America’s Second Harvest, Food Bank of Northern Indiana received offerings of donated product, with allotments based on the poverty population within our service area.
Ronald McDonald House Charities of New England
Mesa donated $1,000 to Ronald McDonald House Charities of New England. Ronald McDonald House Charities® of New England (RMHC NE) provides a comprehensive and supportive network of resources to children and their families through Ronald McDonald Houses, Ronald McDonald Family Rooms, and Ronald McDonald Care Mobiles. Together, we can build greater capacity to serve children facing all pediatric illnesses at Boston’s children hospitals, Rhode Island’s children hospitals and other medical facilities throughout New England.
Knoxville-Knox County Community Action Committee
Mesa donated $1,500 to Knoxville-Knox County Community Action Committee. Knoxville-Knox County Community Action Committee changes people’s lives, embodies the spirit of hope, and makes America a better place to live.
YES to YOUTH - Montgomery County Youth Services
Mesa donated $2,000 to YES to YOUTH - Montgomery County Youth Services. YES to YOUTH - Montgomery County Youth Services strengthens the emotional and mental health development of youth and families by providing crisis intervention, counseling, and suicide prevention services. We provide a safe and nurturing home where abused, battered, sex-trafficked, homeless, and at-risk youth begin healing from the past and become empowered for the future.
NAMI Western Carolina
Mesa donated $2,500 to NAMI Western Carolina. NAMI Western Carolina is an organization of families, friends, and individuals whose lives have been affected by mental illness. Together, we advocate for better lives for those individuals who have a mental illness.
Harvest Hope Food Bank - Pee Dee
Mesa donated $2,500 to Harvest Hope Food Bank - Pee Dee. Harvest Hope Food Bank – Pee Dee is transforming lives in the Pee Dee region of South Caroling by feeding the hungry and building a healthy and hopeful hunger-free tomorrow.
Harvest Hope Food Bank
Mesa donated $5,000 to Harvest Hope Food Bank. Harvest Hope is transforming lives by feeding the hungry and building a healthy and hopeful hunger-free tomorrow.
Rays of Hope Inc.
Mesa donated $1,000 to Rays of Hope Inc. Rays of Hope, Inc. creates service and leadership development opportunities for youth, thereby empowering them to become caring, productive, and engaged members of the community. Our goal is for our youth to not only identify community needs, issues, and challenges, but have a desire to advocate for and then take action to make a difference in their communities. This will be accomplished through their participation in planning outreach projects as well as participating in learning opportunities that educate them on the basics of personal finance, public speaking, entrepreneurship, public service, and organizational development.
Light the Night (Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Mesa donated $1,000 to Light the Night (Leukemia & Lymphoma Society). The light and warmth that The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society generates delivers hope in a time of despair, connection in place of loneliness, and life-saving research and support for cancer patients and their families.
Read Aloud West Virginia
Mesa donated $2,500 to Read Aloud West Virginia. Read Aloud West Virginia’s mission is to motivate children to WANT to read, because motivation is the critical first step in developing any skill. We work to change the literacy culture of West Virginia by keeping reading material in the hands and on the minds of our state’s children.
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.
Zora's House Columbus
Mesa donated $2,500 to Zora's House Columbus. Zora’s House is a sanctuary for women and gender-expansive people of color to dream, connect, and create; to shine bright and inspire change.
Mesa donated $3,000 to Rosie's Place. Rosie’s Place provides hope and unconditional support to women struggling with homelessness and poverty.
Combat Veterans to Careers
Mesa donated $1,000 to Combat Veterans to Careers. Combat Veterans to Careers has partnered with local residents, clubs, businesses, colleges, and VA offices to bring combat veterans and their family’s “home” to a community that embraces them and provides education, understanding, and meaningful employment to minimize hardships.
Mesa donated $1,000 to YouthBuild Louisville. YouthBuild Louisville is an education, job training, and leadership program that provides low-income young adults, ages 18-24, opportunities to realize their potential as active community leaders and an educated workforce for Louisville.
California Academy of Sciences
Mesa donated $1,000 to the California Academy of Sciences. California Academy of Sciences is to regenerate the natural world through science, learning, and collaboration.
Food Bank of Northern Nevada
Mesa donated $1,000 to the Food Bank of Northern Nevada. The Food Bank of Northern Nevada provides food for families in need through more than 150 partner agencies across northern Nevada and the eastern slope of the Sierra in California. We serve more than 130,000 people every month, almost half of whom are children and seniors.
New Futures Homeless Shelter
Mesa donated $5,000 to New Futures Homeless Shelter. New Futures Homeless Shelter supports homeless families looking to regain stability and reshape their lives. New Futures is the only homeless shelter in North Alabama that allows families to reside in a unit together to maintain healthy relationships to allow families the opportunity to thrive as they seek out permanent housing and financial security. New Futures relies on our community to help support and fund our efforts, from providing food and basic needs for our residents, to engaging residents in life skills workshops and case management and aiding in transitioning towards a “new future” of stability and consistency.
The Bethlehem Center
Mesa donated $5,000 to The Bethlehem Center. Inspired by the gospel, The Bethlehem Center builds lasting relationships with Chattanooga’s youth and families by encouraging spiritual growth, education, and leadership development.
Mesa donated $5,000 to Signal Centers. Signal Centers has been providing services to the Chattanooga Community for more than 60 years. Their Mission is “To strengthen children, adults and families through services focusing on disabilities, early childhood education and self-sufficiency.”