Beecher Carlson’s Third Annual Corporate Care Day

June 28, 2019


On June 20, Beecher Carlson celebrated its third annual Corporate Care Day. Teammates throughout the United States worked together to support a variety of organizations and causes.

Beecher Carlson Teammates

Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta teammates volunteered with the Atlanta Community Food Bank, which works to fight hunger through engaging, educating, and empowering the Atlanta community. Working with a group of volunteers, Beecher Carlson teammates help process 10,992 pounds of food, equating to 7,051 meals that will serve 29 counties throughout Georgia.


Boston, Massachusetts 

Boston teammates volunteered with Women’s Lunch Place, a local day shelter community for women experiencing poverty and homelessness. Women’s Lunch Place serves around 225 women every day, helping those who have experienced trauma, abuse, and loss by serving healthy breakfasts and lunches, providing basic necessities and services, and fostering a community of support.


Burlington, Vermont 

Burlington teammates volunteered with the Chittenden County Humane Society,  which works to promote the compassionate treatment of animals and encourage responsible pet ownership.


Denver, Colorado

Denver teammates volunteered with Project C.U.R.E, which is the largest provider of donated medical supplies and equipment to developing countries across the globe. Denver teammates assisted with sorting, processing, and preparing medical products for international distribution.


Eugene, Oregon

Eugene teammates volunteered with Bags of Love, an organization that helps to provide necessities and comfort items to children in crisis as a result of neglect, abuse, homelessness, or poverty.


Miami, Florida 

Miami teammates volunteered with the Chapman Partnership’s meal program, which serves meals three times a day with more than 800,000 meals served annually. The Chapman Partnership works to empower homeless individuals to build a positive future by providing the resources and assistance critical to growth and independence.  They provide support programs that includes emergency housing, meals, health, dental and psychiatric care, day care, job training, job placement, and housing assistance.


Savage, Minnesota

Savage teammates volunteered with Feed My Starving Children, an organization that helps provide nutritionally complete meals for malnourished children.


Woodland Hills, California 

Woodland Hills teammates volunteered with My Stuff Bags Foundation, which works address the needs of children who have been rescued from abuse, neglect, or abandonment and enter into foster care or who flee with their mothers to shelters. The My Stuff Bags Foundation provides children often forced to leave all of their possessions with duffels filled with items including toys, books, clothing, toiletries, and “security” blankets. Beecher Carlson teammates crafted and donated 26 fleece blankets.