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MSC Foundation – November Charity Spotlight

The MSC Foundation works to support community charities, like Girls Incorporated and the Salvation Army.

With caring comes sharing.

As the charitable arm of Michael Saunders & Company, the MSC Foundation proudly reaches out to the community to share much-needed funds and resources with those who need it most.

Each month, we shine our spotlight on two of those worthwhile charitable programs and organizations that support our mission to improve lives.  

This Month’s Charity Profiles:

Salvation Army – Sarasota – Project identification assists homeless and struggling people in obtaining replacement identification and/or birth certificates to help obtain jobs, shelter and self-sufficiency. Learn more about the Salvation Army’s mission HERE.

Girls Incorporated of Sarasota County – Girls who attend Girls Incorporated of Sarasota County are exposed to life-changing education about entrepreneurship, technology, finances, engineering and science through national Girls Inc. curriculum and the MicroSociety program. Eighty percent of those who participate move on to attend higher education and have successful careers. To learn more about Girls Incorporated of Sarasota County, click HERE.

For more information on the charitable efforts of the MSC Foundation, please visit HERE.

  • User Gravatar rene D'Oyen Torres
    November 21st, 2012

    no single group, in my opinion, cries out more for positive opportunities and help than boys from ages 05 to 15. Growing up in NYC in Spanish Harlem in the 40’s 50’s and 60’s availed me of many acculturating experiences which opened my eyes to the larger world. Private businesses, philanthropies etc. enabled us to visit museums, attend afternoon Opera performances, the zoo’s, various musical venues, sports events and most significantly SUMMER CAMPS. In our low income areas (Sarasota, Bradenton, Oneco, North Port etc.) there exists a glowing need to counteract the multitude of negative influences so readily available. These aforementioned influences led me to desire to trade my limited world view for a more comprehensive view, that led me to college, post graduate studies and a career in teaching.

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