Giving Back To The Community Around Us

Led by CEO Jamie Rodgers, our employees regularly participate in fundraisers and volunteer projects in our community. Below are a few of the organizations that we believe in, work with, and support.
Acadia Center
Action Against Hunger
Advancement Project
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
American Red Cross
American Refugee Committee
Anti-Defamation League
Appalachian Voices
Big Brother Big Sister
Blue Ridge Conservancy
Book Fairies
Boys and Girls Club of Nassau County
Brain & Behavior Research Foundation
Breast Cancer Research Foundation
Brennan Center for Justice
California Community Foundation
California Fire Foundation
Cancer Research Institute
The Carter Center
Center for Addiction Recovery Education & Success
Center for Creative Education
The Children’s Assessment Center Foundation
Community Volunteers in Medicine
Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation
Connect for Community
Conservation Fund
Conservation International
Corporate Accountability International
Crayons to Classrooms
Cystic Fibrosis Research
Dana Farber Cancer Institute
Defenders Of Wildlife 
Direct Relief
Donors Choose
Earth Day Network
Equal Justice Initiative
Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Research Foundation
Fisher House Foundation
Florida Breast Cancer Foundation
Friends of the Earth
The Foodbank Dayton
GLBTQ Legal Advocates and Defenders
Global Footprint Network
Gray Hawks Football
Green Drop
Habitat for Humanity
HealthWell Foundation
HERD Alumni Foundation
Homes for Our Troops
Humane Society of Ventura County
The Interfaith Food Pantry
International Peace Institute
Island Harvest
Kidney Cancer Association
LAFD Foundation
Lakeland Hills YMCA
Laker Sports Club
Land Trust Alliance
Long Island Coalition for the Homeless
Lyons VA Hospital
Long Island Cares
Main Stay Therapeutic Farm
Make-A-Wish Foundation
Manna House Soup Kitchen
Marine Corps Law Enforcement
Marine Toys for Tots Foundation
Matthew 25: Ministries
Medical Needs Foundation
Mental Health Association in NJ
National Immigration Law Center
National Pediatric Cancer Foundation
NJ Fireman’s Home
NJ Sharing Network
The Marshall Project
Mountain Lakes Alumni Association
Mountain Lakes Fire Department
Mountain Lakes Lacrosse
Mountain Lakes Wrestling
National Audubon Society
National Council of Aging
National Resources Defense Council
Natural Resources Defense Council
Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society
Navy SEAL Foundation
Operation Second Chance
Partnership for a Healthier America
Partnership for Drug-Free Kids
PRASAD Project
Project Self-Sufficiency
Rainforest Trust
Rivers Edge Horse Rescue & Sanctuary
Ronald McDonald House Charities
Roots & Wings
Rotary International
Rural Advancement Foundation International
Seeds of Hope Charitable Trust
Semper Fi Fund
Sierra Club Foundation
Soft Bones
Sound Start Babies
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
Sparta Fire Department
Sussex County Food Pantry
Texas Park & Wildlife Foundation
Waterkeeper Alliance
Water Mission
World Resources Institute
Wounded Warrior Project

Find Out If You Qualify For Duty Drawback

 If you or your business imports and export goods to and from the United States, it’s possible that  you may qualify for duty drawback, which is a 99% refund on goods imported into the United States that are subsequently exported . Even if you don’t do both, you may still be able to qualify as long as but importing and exporting happen along your supply chain.