Current immigration policy denies entry to refugees fleeing violence, detains people in abusive detention centers, and separates parents from their children. This intentionally dehumanizing policy is being carried out by the people we elected; this policy is a reflection of us, and if we do not take action, this will become who we are. The soul of America is at stake, and RAICES is at the forefront of the fight to ensure human dignity for each and every person.
RAICES promotes justice by providing free and low-cost legal services to underserved immigrant children, families, and refugees.
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GIVE BACK Spotlight
We believe in helping brands that do good make a bigger impact on the world... and in making an impact ourselves. Not only is our work dedicated to seeing more good in the world, but our wallets are, too. Each quarter we select an organization to receive a portion of our revenue in support of the world changing work they do.
Landmark Creative Co. supports small to medium-sized nonprofits on a mission to make a specific, often local impact on the human condition. If you have a cause that’s close to your heart and fits this criteria, we’d love to hear more!
Many families in China, and particularly those in rural areas, are not fully covered by medical benefits and cannot afford life-saving treatments for their children. Heart to Heart provides funds and support for underprivileged children who require corrective heart surgery. This cause is close to Caitlin's heart, as these kind of medical options pave the way for families to stay together and for kids to live full, happy lives. We especially love how much support each family receives during their hospital stay in Shanghai. For context, the average cost of hole in the heart repair at Heart to Heart’s partner hospitals is $3,700. Help us reach that goal!
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2020 Give Back
After Caitlin's family member lost her brother to addiction after two years of sobriety, the Hollises turned tragedy into helping others. Bob Hollis and his family opened Plymouth Recovery Center in July 2017 to provide long-term recovery assistance for men and women like their son and brother, Rob. In its first year, the center saw over 3,000 visitors with 50 of those referred to treatment programs. At Plymouth those walking the path and those seeking the path of recovery can find peer counseling, AA and NA meetings, a program for families of children born with addiction, a grief support group, and even job and life skills training assistance. We greatly admire the resiliency of this family in the face of such grief and are honored to support their efforts this year.
2019 Give BAck