Giveback 2022 Quarter 2
Mesa donated $6,000 to Rolling Start Inc. of San Bernadino/Victorville, CA. The Mission of Rolling Start is to empower and educate people with disabilities to achieve the independent life of their choice. Their core services include Independent Living Skills Training, Information and Referral, Systems and Individual Advocacy, Peer Support, and provides Transition Services.
Mesa donated $5,000 to Dominion Energy Share Program in the Ohio service area. EnergyShare is a heating assistance program that pays for Dominion Energy gas bills.
Mesa donated $3,000 to YWCA Columbus in Columbus, OH. YWCA Columbus defies the status quo that puts women, people of color, and the marginalized on unequal footing. By fostering dialogue, providing practical resources, and educating our community, they promote empowerment and inclusion. YWCA Columbus initiates systematic social change that will create a Columbus of peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all.
Mesa donated $5,000 to WEDC Foundations in Limestone, Madison, Marshall, and Morgan Counties in Northern Alabama. WEDC empower women in North Alabama to achieve their dreams of a better life for themselves and their families by investing in their pursuit of higher education through mentoring, financial assistance, and professional development.
Mesa donated $5,000 to Tapestri in Georgia. Tapestri provides opportunities for immigrant & refugees survivors of violence through education, community organizing, direct services, & advocacy to help them reclaim ownership over their lives.
Mesa donated $1,100 to Little City in the Chicago/Northern Illinois area. Since 1959, Little City has been on a mission to provide the best opportunities for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Through innovative and personalized programming, they empower our individuals to create a meaningful life.
Mesa donated $1,200 to 5Cities Homeless Coalition in Grover Beach, CA, and San Louis Obispo County. 5CHC works hard to service families and individuals by providing the resources, support, and hope that they need to become self-sufficient, productive community members.
Mesa donated $1,000 to Habitat for Humanity in Pensacola, FL. Since 1981, Habitat for Humanity in Pensacola has built over 1,400 homes in the Escambia and Santa Rosa County areas. However, their impact goes beyond building houses. They reach wide across the community, with various programs and services aimed at transforming communities, one homeowner at a time.
Mesa donated $2,000 to Easter Seals of Arkansas. Easter Seals of Arkansas offers help, hope and answers to nearly 20,000 people each year. They continue to live out their mission to empower children and adults with disabilities to live, learn, work, and play in their communities.
Mesa donated $5,000 to The Point Arc in Northern Kentucky, located in greater Cincinnati. The Point Arc provides opportunities to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to reach their highest potential educationally, residentially, socially, and vocationally.
Mesa donated $5,000 to NAMI Central Virginia. NAMI Central Virginia provides education, support, and public awareness so that individuals and families affected by mental health conditions can build better lives.
Mesa donated $5,000 to PCs for People, a nationwide organization. PCs for People provides refurbished computers to eligible customers for affordable prices. They also provide low-cost high-speed internet solutions. Through computers, the internet, digital skills training, and technical support, they work to ensure everyone has an equal opportunity to reach their full potential through digital technology.
Mesa donated $1,000 to the Louisiana Wildlife Federation. LWF represents a broad constituency of conservationists including hunters, anglers, campers, birders, boaters, and other outdoor enthusiasts who believe in constructive conservation and protection of Louisiana’s natural resources and the quality of the environment. Conserve Louisiana’s natural resources with emphasis on wildlife and their habitats
Mesa donated $3,000 to Texas Hands and Voices in San Antonio, TX. Texas Hands & Voices offers support, information, and resources in an unbiased manner to families with children who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Mesa donated $2,000 to NICHES Land Trust in West central Indiana. NICHES actively seeks to protect a broad array of natural areas ranging from small green spaces to pristine nature preserves of high biological integrity.
Mesa donated $1,500 to Project Grad in Knoxville, TN. Project GRAD Knoxville has partnered with Knox County Schools and the community since 2001 to increase the graduation rate of students from challenging circumstances. The average high school graduation rate for A-E and Fulton (combined) has increased from 50% to over 80%.
Mesa donated $1,500 to Feeding Southwest Virginia. Feeding America – Southwest Virginia’s mission is to feed Southwest Virginia’s hungry through a network of partners and engage our region in the fight to end hunger.
Mesa donated $1,000 to Get Outdoors Nevada. Get Outdoors Nevada is dedicated to connecting people of all backgrounds and ages to Nevada’s diverse outdoor places through education, service, community engagement and collaboration. They strive to foster and support a community that discovers, experiences, and connects to our state’s many natural environments, from wild landscapes and recreational areas to urban trails and parks.
Mesa donated $3,000 to Hands On Hartford in Hartford, CT. Founded in 1969, Hands On Hartford’s mission is to work in partnership with others to strengthen community in Hartford by responding faithfully to people in need through programs that change lives and renew human possibility. Hands On Hartford serves neighbors, engages volunteers and connects communities, impacting the lives of many thousands of people each year.