Carlson insurance Agency - Community Cause

National Breast Cancer Awareness

National Breast Cancer Awareness

June 27, 2017

Our agency has joined the ongoing efforts of national breast cancer awareness with a dedicated campaign aimed at raising awareness and support for breast cancer patients and survivors. We also hope to help educate the medically underserved on the importance of breast health and prevention through early detection..   According to U.S. Breast Cancer Statistics, In 2017, an estimated 252,710 new cases of invasive breast cancer are expected to…

 
A Place to Heal, a Place to Grow

A Place to Heal, a Place to Grow

April 01, 2017

Ruby’s Place is a non-profit agency that has provided shelter and supportive services for families and individuals experiencing domestic violence since 1972. This magnanimous organization has also become a shelter for victims of human trafficking. Their ultimate vision is to provide a safe and stable shelter for victims.   Unfortunately, the number of domestic abuse and human trafficking cases keep rising. With a trained team of comp…

 
Guarding Hearts in California

Guarding Hearts in California

January 05, 2017

Did you know that every 2 seconds, someone in the United States dies from the effects of cardiovascular disease The main risk factors for cardiovascular disease are high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, diabetes, smoking, obesity, and being physically inactive. Fortunately, heart disease is significantly decreasing in 40 of California's 58 counties.  Heart Disease Prevention and Care   GOAL$500 …

 
Helping a Young Man Overcome the Odds and Graduate College

Helping a Young Man Overcome the Odds and Graduate…

November 02, 2016

Succatti Shaw describes her son Marquez as “a great kid I can count on to work hard and seek out what it is he wants to accomplish.” For Marquez, the pursuit of higher education has always been a priority. As the oldest of three children to a single mom, Marquez has had limited resources to accomplish his goal of graduating college. However, he has still managed to use his talents in sports and academics to offset the cost of his educ…

 
Fighting the Fight and Finding a Cure

Fighting the Fight and Finding a Cure

September 29, 2016

Susan G. Komen San Francisco Bay Area (Komen SFBA) supports breast health services and education projects for underserved populations in our local community. For individuals affected by breast cancer throughout the eight Bay Area counties, donations provide resources for screening and diagnostic mammograms, treatment support, and education.  Susan G. Komen San Francisco Bay Area   GOAL$500 We'll Donat…

 
Saving Memories for Those Coping with Alzheimer’s

Saving Memories for Those Coping with Alzheimer’…

August 01, 2016

Memory DayByDay is a program, based on person-centered care to serve individuals diagnosed with Alzheimer's dementia before the age of 65. Since the beginning, it has been dedicated to helping people with early-onset dementia lead meaningful and quality lives with their caregivers.By offering memory screening, memory work, mentally stimulating activities, educational talks and emotional support, the clients and their caregivers will come to under…

 
A Gem of Hope for Women and Children

A Gem of Hope for Women and Children

June 02, 2016

Ruby’s Place is a non-profit agency in Hayward, California that has provided shelter and supportive services since 1972 for women and children who experience domestic violence, homelessness and more recently human trafficking.Ruby’s Place was one of the first shelters for women and children in the Bay Area established by community volunteers who saw a need for these services and the diverse staff has kept this agency’s mission a…

 
From Battling Fields To Helping His Baby Battle Cancer

From Battling Fields To Helping His Baby Battle Ca…

April 01, 2016

Rayleigh is a 2-year-old baby girl who was recently diagnosed with a very rare and aggressive form of cancer called Rhabdoid Sarcoma. Little Roo has been receiving treatment at the Denver Children's Hospital accompanied by her parents while Roo's siblings, Xander, and Ashlyn, stayed with Grandma and Grandpa.   Rayleigh Roo   GOAL$500 We'll Donateon your BehalfCLICK HERE   Roo's f…

 
Giving Hope To Individuals Impacted By Disabilities

Giving Hope To Individuals Impacted By Disabilitie…

February 05, 2016

Easter Seals Bay Area provides exceptional services, education, outreach, and advocacy so that people living with autism and other disabilities can live, learn, work and play in our communities. Children and adults with disabilities and special needs find highest-quality services designed to meet their individual needs when they come to Easter Seals. Teams of therapists, teachers and other health professionals help each person overcome obstacles…

 
Camp Retreat So Cancer Can Be Beat

Camp Retreat So Cancer Can Be Beat

February 05, 2016

Children who are diagnosed with cancer miss a normal childhood. Their illness, treatment, and complications can keep them from enjoying activities that often are taken for granted. And yet these children, like all children, need the opportunity to grow, experiment, and discover independence. All family members, including the ill child, parents, and siblings, are impacted in powerful and unique ways by childhood cancer. Camp Okizu provides peer s…

 
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