It’s Easy to Make a Difference
Local charities and nonprofits have year-round needs, but this particular week is dedicated to showcasing the impact local organizations make, what it takes for them to make it happen. Do Good Week runs though Saturday, April 29, is a chance for us all to get behind the hundreds of nonprofits and volunteer opportunities that do good every day here in Charlotte.
Over the years, The Dunstan Group has worked with many of these nonprofits to help tell their stories, promote their causes and missions, and solicit volunteers and donations.
Cookies for Kids Cancer
Cookies for Kids’ Cancer provides annual research grants to five of the nation’s leading pediatric cancer centers. Since 2008, supporters and volunteers have held more than 5,500 events in all 50 states and 16 different countries.
The Isabella Santos Foundation
The Isabella Santos Foundation raises money and awareness for Neuroblastoma research, provides financial assistance to families with children who are suffering from cancer as well as provide financial support for organizations that support children with cancer.
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Formerly 24 Hours of Booty, the 24 Foundation is committed to its mission; to inspire and engage communities to make an immediate impact on the lives of people affected by cancer. This 24-hour cycling event raises local and national funds for cancer-fighting programs.
Trips for Kids – Charlotte
Trips for Kids provides transformative cycling experiences for underserved youth, using biking as a tool to help kids learn life lessons, focused on respect, honesty, teamwork, overcoming obstacles,healthy and safe lifestyle, service.
Charlotte Ballet’s mission is to provide artistically excellent programming to diverse audiences right here in Charlotte, the Southeast region, and to the varied communities it serves while on tour across the nation. Charlotte Ballet has received critical recognition nationally for excellence in programming, education and outreach, and dance training.
Learn to Ride
It’s never too early – or too late – to learn this life skill. Through its partnership with Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation, Learn to Ride has helped thousands of kids and adults kick the training wheels to the curb, growing Charlotte’s cycling community one new rider at a time.
Your own Do Good Week doesn’t have to end on Saturday. Find a cause or a reason that means something to you, and chances are there’s a way for you to get involved. Wondering how branding and marketing can move that needle for your nonprofit, your school, business, or brand? Ask away! The Dunstan Group is here to turn your ideas into impact.