2015 is here and JWilliams Staffing is focusing on making better choices and working toward more quality in our everyday lives. By focusing on health, happiness, and wellness, we are able to make better choices for ourselves and focus more on giving back to those around us. In an effort to give back to our local communities, we recently asked each of our regions to choose an organization that it would support throughout 2015.Today, we want to give you a brief introduction of each organization and how each one works tirelessly to impact our communities.
Region: Northern California
Organization: Freedom House
Freedom House is dedicated to bringing hope, restoration and a new life to survivors of human trafficking by providing a safe home and long-term aftercare. Through Freedom House, our Northern California office has specifically partnered with The Nest, a residential shelter for minors that is located in Santa Clara County. With support from the local community and an anonymous benefactor, our Northern California office has already reached their initial goal of raising $20,000 and has set a new goal of $25,000. For more information on Freedom House, visit http://www.freedomhousesf.org/. To help us reach our fundraising goal, email email@example.com or purchase jewelry and donate to the cause at www.thesparrowsneststudio.com.
Region: Southern California
Organization: Families Forward
Families Forward is a non-profit organization that is committed to helping local Orange County families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. During the recent holiday season, volunteers had the opportunity to adopt a local family and help provide children with the toy or gift they have been longing for all year. Additionally, Families Forward helps provide aid for families year-round through programs that include career coaching, life-skills education, food assistance and more. To help our Southern California office provide support to Families Forward, call 949-250-1923. For more information on Families Forward, visit http://www.families-forward.org/.
Organization: UMOM New Day Centers
UMOM New Day Centers is the largest homeless shelter for families in Arizona. With a mission of preventing and ending homelessness through innovative strategies and housing solutions, UMOM is committed to keeping families together while providing emergency shelter, transitional housing and permanent, affordable housing. In addition to shelter, families at UMOM have the opportunity to gain the skills, medical care, quality child care and education they need to rebuild their lives and succeed. For more information on UMOM New Day Centers, visit www.umom.org. To help us aid Arizona's homeless families, call 480-363-7855.
Organization: Home Builders Foundation of Metro Denver
The Home Builders Foundation of Metro Denver provides accessible home modifications for individuals with disabilities and financial needs. Since its founding in 1993, the Home Builders Foundation has completed more than 1,110 projects. For additional information on the Home Builders Foundation is helping individuals throughout metro Denver, visit www.hbfdenver.org. To help us support the Home Builders Foundation, call our Colorado office at 303-675-8755.
Organization: HomeAid America – Seattle
With an estimated homeless population of 6,000 individuals, HomeAid America in Seattle is dedicated to building shelters for individuals in need. Through the support of local home builders, vendors and more, HomeAid America in Seattle has built seven shelters providing more than 100 beds for those in need. HomeAid is always looking for new opportunities to support homeless families throughout metro Seattle. To learn more about HomeAid in Seattle, click here. To learn more about how you can help us give back, call our Seattle office at 425-457-0923.
Organization: Nevada Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA)
The Nevada SPCA operates a no-kill animal sanctuary that is dedicated to matching animals with their forever home. In addition to the no-kill animal sanctuary, Nevada SPCA promotes humane education, makes referrals for lower-cost spay/neuter and vaccination services and challenges people to be the best possible guardians. At Nevada SPCA, animals are treated like individuals with names instead of numbers and they are carefully matched to homes where they will truly become a member of the family. For more information on Nevada SPCA, visit www.nevadaspca.org. To help our Nevada office support the SPCA, call 702-882-0809.
Over the past 10 years, we have been blessed to receive support from our communities and we are excited to give back to our neighbors in need. For more information on all of our JWS locations, visit the JWilliams Staffing website today.