December 19, 2022
Seven Causes Johnson Lambert is Advocating for This Holiday Season
Each year, Johnson Lambert makes a significant effort to give back to the communities in which we live and work. In addition to donating our time through ongoing volunteer projects , we’re proud to financially support causes that are near and dear to our people. Keep reading to learn about the organizations we’re giving back to and the impact they’re making on our communities.
Health + Advocacy
Through research, awareness, and financial support for life-changing treatments, we look to better the lives of our friends, families, and neighbors.
Alex’s Lemonade Stand changes the lives of children with cancer through funding impactful research, raising awareness, supporting families, and empowering everyone to help cure childhood cancer.
Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation advances innovative research and improves quality of life for individuals and families impacted by paralysis.
JRDF One Walk funds innovative research, advocates for government action, and provides a support structure for those with type 1 diabetes.
Marcus Autism Center offers families access to the latest research, comprehensive testing, and science-based treatments to maximize the potential of children with autism.
Our team is passionate about empowering individuals of all abilities to live healthy and happy lives with heightened opportunities for accessibility.
K9s for Warriors provides highly-trained service dogs (from high-kill rescue shelters) to military veterans suffering from PTSD, traumatic brain injury and/or military sexual trauma, facilitating their collective healing and recovery.
Tammy Lynn Center serves children, adults, and families of all abilities through educational services, respite care, early childhood intervention, community living support, and residential living.
Hunger not only deprives individuals of food, but it also impacts their mental and physical health. By supporting organizations that fight hunger, we hope to help provide meals, healthier living opportunities, and hope to our communities.
Backpack Buddies provides children experiencing food insecurity with nutritious, kid-friendly, pre-packed meals for the weekend—when they would not have access to a school’s free lunch and breakfast.
Feeding America responds to the needs of individuals struggling with food insecurity by supporting local food banks with food, funds, and partnerships.
Feeding Chittenden fights hunger, builds community, and creates opportunities for Vermonters facing hunger through a variety of programs.
These organizations that Johnson Lambert has chosen to support provide impactful resources and experiences to young children in marginalized communities.
Capital City Clauses brightens the holidays for local children in need by donating thousands of new toys, and financial aid to need based toy programs in Wake County, North Carolina.
Operation Christmas Child helps provide children affected by war, poverty, and other disasters with small toys, hygiene items, and school supplies.
St. John’s Fire Department gives back to low income families in the local South Carolina area through their “Stuff-A-Truck” program.
Youth Development + Support
Social and emotional empowerment of today’s youth, especially those in vulnerable situations, is near and dear to our hearts. Each developing child or young adult should feel seen, heard, and supported no matter their circumstance.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metropolitan Chicago helps Chicago youth achieve educational success, avoid risky behavior, and build better relationships through their one-to-one mentorship program.
Classroom Champions empowers children to thrive academically, socially, and emotionally through the mentorship and mindset of world-class athletes.
Comfort Zone Camp empowers grieving children to fully realize their capacity to heal, grow, and lead more fulfilling lives
Emerson Waldorf School provides a Pre-K-12 grade education based on the insights of Rudolf Steiner that encourage students to become independent and creative thinkers who are collaborative leaders in social and environmental justice.
Outright Vermont works to build a Vermont where all LGBTQ+ youth have hope, equity, and power as an organizational model built on youth-adult partnerships which create mutual opportunities for growth, learning, and skill development.
Shelter + Safety
These organizations prioritize housing and safe living for children and families in our communities. Offering a temporary solution or the resources needed to establish independent living, providing a safe place to sleep is a crucial need for the individuals these organizations reach.
Committee on Temporary Shelter provides emergency shelter, services, and more for Vermonters who are experiencing homelessness or are marginally housed.
Daniel Kids improves the lives of children and families by helping professionals, clients, and their respective organizations establish and maintain effective Independent living programs.
Florence Crittenton House provides safe housing, medical care, education, and other support services to pregnant, parenting, and young women in foster care so they can have the skills and resources needed to have a healthy start in life.
In addition to people, supporting the animals and the environment for which our office communities exist in, is an additional cause we care about at Johnson Lambert.
LifeLine Animal Project has the mission of ending the shelter euthanasia of healthy and treatable animals, and they are the largest animal welfare organization in Georgia.
St. Augustine Wild Reserve provides a home for unwanted and abused exotic animals, with top-quality care for all animals throughout their lives at the sanctuary.
Giving back is a year-long commitment at Johnson Lambert, and our team is proud to support organizations with our time, skills, and dollars.