Allstar Charitable Giving

BECAUSE WE CARE

Allstar Financial Group and its employees are proud to have donated more than $1.1 Million and countless volunteer hours to educational and healthcare nonprofit organizations over the past 10 years.


2020 Recipients


NATIONAL ($25,000):

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Gary Sinise Foundation’s Relief & Resiliency Program’s Marcus Institute for Brain Health Initiative

REGIONAL ($2,500 each):

check presentation to Must Ministries
Pictured are Lori Armstrong (left), Erin Worthington (right), along with Jesse’s House Executive Director Karen Carroll (center).

Jesse's House

Atlanta-based Allstar Financial Group presented a $2,500 check to Jesse’s House to be used to provide basic needs like food, supplies and clothing . Jesse’s House is a safe haven for girls ages 7-21. Since 1998, the organization has served more than 1,000 youth who were removed from their homes in order to secure their safety and well-being. Jesse’s House provides to its clients medical, dental and mental health care, as well as educational, emotional and social needs.

check presentation to Must Ministries
Pictured (L to R): Allstar Financial Group’s Sheri Dahlstrom, Don Crampton, the director of corporate relations for Must Ministries, and Allstar’s Cathy Fox.

Must Ministries

Atlanta-based Allstar Financial Group presented a $2,500 check to Must Ministries, an organization dedicated to caring for those in need in the Marietta, Smyrna and Canton/Cherokee County communities. Founded in 1971 by the Rev. Wayne Williams, MUST Ministries’ initial programs included a grocery, bus ministries for the elderly, a youth tutoring program and outreach ministries to "alienated" young people. Today, the ministry provides emergency and supportive housing, supplies food through its neighborhood pantries, assists with employment, and operates a thrift store.

check presentation to Ronald McDonald House
Pictured: (L to R): National Claim Services’ Leona Tetrault, Devon Daniel (Senior Director of Development of RMH Charities), and Taline Rodriguez, also of NCS.

Ronald McDonald House

The Northeast-area divisions of Allstar Financial Group presented a $2,500 check to the Long Island Chapter of Ronald McDonald House Charities. Ronald McDonald House Charities keeps families seeking medical treatment for their sick children near the care they need and the families they love. The funds will be used to cover operating expenses related to running the facility.

check presentation to GirlsUp GVL
Pictured: Allstar Public Relations Manager Cathy Cobbs, GirlUp GVL Founder Kim Mogan and Allstar Assistant Vice President - Advertising Danielle Bost

GirlUp GVL

Columbia-based Allstar Financial Group presented a $2,500 check to GirlUp GVL, a free after-school and summer program devoted to serving at-risk middle and high school girls in Greenville, SC.

According to GirlUp GVL Founder Kim Mogan, the funds will be used to offset the costs associated with summer camps and leadership programs for the girls enrolled in the program.

“We are so grateful for this gracious gift that will help fund new experiences for the girls to discover their potential through various summer camps, youth retreats and other enrichment opportunities,” said Mogan. “These new experiences will allow the girls to further develop a sense of self. It is this self confidence that will lead the girls to make better decisions in life.”

check presentation to Pegasus Farm representative
Pictured: Shelley Sprang, development associate at Pegasus Farm with Joe Miller representing Recreation Insurance Specialists/Risk Management.

Pegasus Farm

Akron-based Recreation Insurance Specialists, a division of Allstar Financial Group, presented a $2,500 check to Pegasus Farm, a therapeutic equestrian center located in Northeast Ohio. Pegasus supports and empowers people who are facing emotional, behavioral, cognitive, developmental, or physical challenges with therapeutic equestrian programs, vocational services, and recreational and social activities. The funds donated by the foundation will be devoted in part to offset expenses incurred by individuals and families who are unable to afford the program. The remaining funds will go towards the establishment of a new Military Family Center that helps veterans overcome conditions such as PTSD, physical disabilities, traumatic brain injury, substance abuse, depression and social isolation.

Mercy Medical Clinic in Auburn, AL
Breakthrough Atlanta
The Family Place
Safe & Sound


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