At Wire-to-Wire, we are passionate about philanthropy.
We support a variety of organizations across a multitude of missions. Some align with our personal interests and others fill, from our perspective, particularly important needs within our communities. Our support can come in the form of dollars donated, pro bono consulting services, relationship building or old-fashioned cheerleading.
Below are brief descriptions of three of our favorite organizations. Their work is creative, critical and truly makes a difference.
Green Dog Rescue Project – The Green Dog Rescue Project (GDRP) is the nation’s first predominantly non-kennel shelter facility and educational center. Through knowledge and community outreach programs, GDRP teaches the language and social structure of dogs, mentors shelters willing to participate in pioneering industry wide changes in housing methods, provide retention training and counseling for families struggling with pet behavior issues, and offer guidance and counseling to families during the adoption process.
Whistlestop – Founded in 1954 as Marin Senior Coordinating Council, Whistlestop promotes the independence, well-being and quality of life for older adults and people living with disabilities in Marin County. Whistlestop’s Active Aging Center provides delicious meals, educational classes, multicultural gatherings and helpful information and referral services.
Alexander Valley Film Society – The Alexander Valley Film Society seeks to enrich our community by captivating and engaging audiences, cultivating new fans of film, providing access and educational opportunities in the media arts, and celebrating our collective humanity using cinema through year-round educational and cultural enrichment programs, as well as the annual Alexander Valley Film Festival. I’m honored to serve on this organization’s board of directors.
We look forward to continuing to collaborate with these nonprofits in the coming year.