Corporate Giving

Cambridge Who's Who among Executives, Professionals and Entrepreneurs makes it a priority to support charitable causes. In particular, we support programs and activities that foster the development of future executives, professionals and entrepreneurs.

Cambridge Who's Who also plays an active role in the communities where our employees live and work by encouraging our employees to alert us of potential corporate giving opportunities.

The Cambridge Who’s Who Cares website allows us to take a brief pause from highlighting the extraordinary achievements of the executives, professionals and entrepreneurs who comprise our extensive membership base to feature some of the worthwhile causes that our company, employees and members have supported. In the future, you can look forward to a section featuring Cambridge Who’s Who members in the nonprofit industry.

Here are a few of the causes that Cambridge Who's Who has supported. For more information about our corporate giving programs, please email or visit Cambridge Who's Who Cares.

[Alliance for Lupus Research] [American Cancer Society] [Cambridge Who's Who Future Leaders Award] [Jack Martin Fund] [Linda Horowitz Cancer Research Foundation] [March of Dimes WalkAmerica] [Toys of Hope] [Ronald McDonald House] [Young Autism Program Charitable Foundation]

Alliance for Lupus Research (ALR)

"Walk with Us to Cure Lupus"
Cambridge Who's Who is proud to be a financial supporter of the "Walk with Us to Cure Lupus" program, the signature fundraising program of the Alliance for Lupus Research. We are also a corporate sponsor of New York City Walk on October 28th. To learn more, visit the website for the Alliance for Lupus Research.

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American Cancer Society

ACS Mission Statement
The American Cancer Society is the nationwide community- based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives, and diminishing suffering from cancer, through research, education, advocacy, and service.

International Mission Statement
The American Cancer Society's international mission concentrates on capacity building in developing cancer societies and on collaboration with other cancer-related organizations throughout the world in carrying out shared strategic directions.

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Cambridge Who's Who Future Leaders Award

Cambridge issued a call for essays to the senior class of Uniondale High School, as well as several other high schools on Long Island, where Cambridge Who's Who is headquartered. Students were asked to define leadership, identify people who epitomize leadership and describe leadership qualities that they exhibit.

Read about Rachel Goldberg, a Cambridge Who's Who Future Leaders Award recipient and scholarship winner. - Rachael Goldberg Receives Cambridge Who's Who Future Leaders Award from Randy Narod, President of Cambridge Who's Who and Owner of Long Beach Bagel Café

Please visit our Corporate News & Events page to read about more about the winners and scholarship recipients of the Cambridge Who's Who Future Leaders Award.

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Children’s Medical Fund of New York

CMF is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization that provides program enhancements, technology acquisitions, and child-centered support to the hospital. Its efforts advance the medical care, increase research capability, support educational information, and improve the quality of life for the young patients through a dedicated allocation program.

Operating from its New Hyde Park offices, CMF designs events in New York City and on Long Island to attract major support and pledges, offers family-centered activities, and creates awareness of its mission. CMF developed the first golf benefit on Long Island with its legendary Golf and Tennis Charity Classic that raises a million dollars annually since its inception in 1975.

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Jack Martin Fund

The Jack Martin Fund, now marking its 56th anniversary, is one of the most remarkable stories of volunteer support of medical care, research and education. In terms of outright generosity, faith in the promise of research to prevent and treat life-threatening diseases and commitment to one institution, the fund has few equals. Since it's inception in 1950, the Fund has contributed more than $25 million to Mount Sinai Hospital to further progress in human health through education, research and technology.

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Linda Horowitz Cancer Research Foundation

The Linda Horowitz Cancer Research Foundation (LHCRF) was established in January 2004 in memory of Linda Horowitz, who passed away from a hard-fought battle with pancreatic cancer. Linda was an extremely warm, kind, caring, and courageous woman with whole-hearted empathy for life and living. With the inspiration and love she has left behind, LHCRF hopes to create a legacy for her and others.

The foundation was formed to honor Linda's memory, provide important funds for cancer research and help others in their fight against cancer. Through the incredible support of donors, LHCRF recently completed its first financial commitment of $1 million to The Jay Monahan Center for Gastrointestinal Health at Weill Cornell Medical Center, and looks forward to continuing to raise funds to further benefit important cancer research projects at this center, as well as other cancer-care facilities throughout the country.

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March of Dimes WalkAmerica

WalkAmerica is held in 1,100 communities across the nation. Every year, 7 million compassionate people, including 20,000 company and family teams as well as our national sponsors, participate. The event has raised more than $1.7 billion since 1970 to bring the March of Dimes closer to the day when all babies are born healthy and full term.

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Toys of Hope

Cambridge Who's Who feels privileged to support Toys of Hope. Toys of Hope not only gives hope to the thousands of children and families they serve so well, they also remind us to be grateful for the opportunities we have, inspiring us to create opportunities for the children of Toys of Hope. If we can bring joy to the lives of these deserving children, especially during the holiday season, we’ve done something to make Long Island a better place to live. Read about the 2006 Toys of Hope Oheka Castle Holiday Party.

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Ronald McDonald House

The idea behind Ronald McDonald House is simple: provide a “home-away-from-home” for families of seriously ill children who are receiving treatment at nearby hospitals.

Some children have to travel great distances to get the medical attention required. In-hospital treatment may last one day, one year, or even longer. For the families of these children, accommodations can be hard to come by; options are often limited to costly hotels or unforgiving hospital chairs and benches.

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Young Autism Program Charitable Foundation

The Young Autism Program Charitable Foundation (YAPCF) is dedicated to enhancing the education of the students and supporting awareness and research into Autism spectrum disorders.

YAPCF also supports many programs both loacally and nationally, such as the Developmental Disabilities Institute, the parent organization of the Young Autism Program, the National Association for Autism Research (NAAR), and the Autism Society of America (ASA).

YAPCF is driven by parents and friends of the program and supports over 120 students today.

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