McClain Consulting Services, Inc. is committed to supporting programs that help solve some of life’s most crucial issues; we commit ourselves to taking philanthropic action by donating a percentage of our profits to organizations that help make a difference. Here are a few organizations that were handpicked by our employees, listed alphabetically.
AIDS Service Center has been serving the HIV/AIDS community in Los Angeles County for 26 years. They are committed to educating communities and individuals about HIV/AIDS and connecting people who are HIV positive to medical care so they can help to reduce HIV transmission.
The Cal Poly Foundation is a private, nonprofit corporation, led by Cal Poly alumni and friends. The foundation was incorporated to generate private support that will play a crucial role in building and maintaining Cal Poly’s multidisciplinary Learn by Doing educational model.
Calling All Skaters exists to raise up disciples of Jesus in every skateboarding community in the world. Calling All Skaters is a ministry of skateboarders to skateboarders that turns skateboarders into missionaries and servants of Jesus Christ.
The Children’s Art Village (CAV) ongoing art & music program will enhance, develop and connect children to themselves and to their creative spirits through art. CAV’s programming will effectuate self discovery and self confidence in children to help them feel whole.
City of Hope is a new model of cancer center, focused on rapidly transforming scientific discoveries into better treatments and better prevention strategies for cancer, diabetes, HIV/AIDS and other life-threatening diseases.
Delivering Hope, Inc. is dedicated to saving the lives of mothers in the third world by collecting medical supplies in the United States and delivering them to the maternity wards of hospitals around the world.
The mission of Elizabeth House is to provide shelter, hope and support to homeless pregnant women and their children, addressing the physical, emotional, spiritual, and economic needs in a nurturing atmosphere.
Learning Works is more than a school—it’s a movement. They have an approach to poor families that works, and a means to improve the city’s dropout rates. Their goal is to end poverty through education and the social/economic breakdown of families by ending the family dropout cycle.
The Peace Corps has been a leader in international development and citizen diplomacy for more than 50 years across more than 139 countries. The Peace Corps Partnership Program funds community-led projects around the world. The Zambia Country Fund will support Volunteer and community projects that include water and sanitation, agricultural development, youth, health and HIV/AIDS programs.
Together Rising receives requests for help every day from individuals with needs great and small. All donations go directly to help families in crisis. Often all people need is a little help… gas money to get to the hospital, groceries to put food on the table, or shoes for kids who don’t stop growing during difficult times.
Wellness House is designed to give you back the strength, community, and control that cancer can take away. Since you can’t put a price on these things, they don’t either-there’s absolutely no charge for all of their programs and services that they offer.
Young Americans Center for Financial Education is home to Young Americans Bank and an incredible array of award-winning nonprofit programs, all designed to teach young people 21 and under about finances, economics and business.