Driving change in the world around us

We care.

Giving back is part of our culture.  Our team is dedicated to helping with humanitarian efforts around the world.

Our casual for a cause program allows employees to donate $5/week to wear jeans to work. All donations support a specific project managed by GoPhilanthropic, a charitable organization dedicated to solving issues in underdeveloped countries. With our casual for a cause program we have helped to:

  • Rebuild a library, bathrooms and science lab in a school in Nepal after the devastating earthquake of 2015 destroyed much of the country. 

  • Build a system to bring clean water to a village in Ban Namnga, Laos. Before the installation of the new clean water system, the village had no clean water for drinking, cooking or bathing.

  • Educate and empower families in Cambodia with the goal of preventing human trafficking. 

  • Facilitate rescue missions for victims of human trafficking in Vietnam and, upon rescue, provide them with a safe space to live and learn, education and skills training, and support.



Alzheimer’s Association The Longest Day Event

The Longest Day is a team event, held annually on the summer solstice, to raise funds and awareness for the Alzheimer's Association. From sunrise to sunset, the day is divided into segments, and each team member is asked to cover an hour-long portion of the challenge doing something active like running, golfing, working out or playing a sport. The duration of this event symbolizes the challenging journey of those living with Alzheimer's or for those caring for a loved one facing the disease.
The money raised from this annual challenge benefits those affected by Alzheimer's disease in our communities by working to advance care, support and research around the world. Funds also drive research toward the treatment, prevention and ultimately a cure for this disease. The Longest Day donations also help speak up for the needs and rights of the 47 million people around the world who are living with dementia.
To learn more about how you can contribute to this effort and support those affected by Alzheimer's, please visit