From major U.S. cities to the tiny villages of Africa, CAI Cares About Neighbors Worldwide.
On occasion, CAI employees dress down for charity, wearing jeans and contributing $5 a piece to a collection jar. Then they decide who to help. Whether they make a donation to victims of a local house fire or purchase new shoes for Africans in need, there’s no geographical limit to CAI Cares.
And beyond time and money, CAI employees offer their talents to benefit a broad range of causes. From playing volleyball to raise money for people living with disabilities, to helping entrepreneurs launch new businesses so the area economy thrives, CAI Cares is about combining vision with action.
It is estimated that CAI and its Associates contribute more than $1 million annually in supporting worthy community activities.
Learn more about the organizations CAI Cares about and how to help here:
- Bethesda Mission, Harrisburg, Pa.
- C.S. Lewis Institute, Springfield, Va.
- Healing Hope Missions International, Malawi
- Easter Seals, Wilmington, De.
- First State Innovation, Delaware
- Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Harrisburg, Pa.
Set, Spike, Win for Easter Seals!
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
Posted by Joe S., CAI, Wilmington, De.
The 2011 CAI Cares / Easter Seals Volleyball Challenge in May raised more than $285,000, with funds continuing to come in! The donations raised will help Easter Seals Delaware and Maryland's Eastern Shore provide programs and services to people with disabilities and their families.
For the fifth year, CAI Cares returned as the title sponsor for the event and a record 85 employees turned out to help! More than 190 teams from various corporations and businesses, as well as individual teams, participated in the weekend-long event.
“It is a true testament that even in these tough economic times we can still pull together as a community to help raise money for Easter Seals and people with disabilities,” said Kevin Reilly, a member of the Easter Seals board of directors.
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Bringing Healing & Hope to Malawi
Thursday, May 12, 2011
Posted by Sue L., CAI, Allentown, Pa.
Retired CAI employee David Cuffaro recently shared stories with orphans in Malawi on the campus of Healing Hope Missions International (HHMI), which he founded in 2004. CAI Cares is proud to support HHMI, a charitable organization dedicated to the relief and aid of Malawians through equipping and training people in local communities.
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