EYE-Q is proud to give back to the community by supporting local not-for-profit organizations. If you have a special event coming up and would like to request a donation from us, please download the contribution request form. For those charities that have received a donation from EYE-Q in prior years, it is not a guarantee you will receive a donation again this year. As you may imagine, we receive hundreds of requests each year, and we want to be able to help many different organizations. Please submit your application as early as possible and allow 45 days for processing. Submit to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hinds Hospice Angel Babies Walk/RunApril 21, 2018
People are not taught how to deal with the death of a baby. Our friends and family often don’t know what to say. Most people expect parents, especially the father, to return to work within a few days after the loss and be “back to normal” within a matter of months. But the death of a baby changes parents forever and results in a uniquely deep and personal grieving process. The Angel Babies/Bebitos Angelitos bereavement service provides families with helpful information and support during their journey of grief and mourning.
Angel Babies/Bebitos Angelitos is ready to give you as much, or as little, help as you desire before and after your loss. Our team consists of social workers, chaplains, and caring volunteers who partner with your family and healthcare provider. This team provides comfort, support and assistance to families in identifying resources to help them cope during pregnancy, after birth and on their journey of grief.
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation: Great Strides 5K Walk/RunMay 12, 2018
On the 30th anniversary of Great Strides – the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s largest national fundraising event – we celebrate the many milestones we have achieved thanks to our supporters. Each year, more than 125,000 people participate in over 400 walks across the country to support the Foundation’s mission to cure cystic fibrosis and raise awareness about this rare, genetic, life-shortening disease that makes it difficult to breathe. Their dedication over the past 30 years has resulted in tremendous progress.
Valley Animal Center Volunteer DayJuly 14, 2018
The Valley Animal Center houses thousands of cats and dogs annually until they are placed in loving homes. Day-to-day shelter capacity can comfortably accommodate more than 100 dogs and 300 cats, and emergency capacity can accommodate 200 dogs and 500 cats.
The Valley Animal Center is a community-supported organization. Financial support is derived solely through donations from the community, grants, program services, and fundraising efforts. Unlike traditional shelters, no funds are received from government sources.
Valley Children's Hospital TelethonAugust 16, 2018
Valley Children’s is a nonprofit, state-of-the-art children’s hospital with a medical staff of more than 550 physicians. In California, they treat more inpatient cases than any pediatric hospital north of San Diego. With 358 licensed beds, Valley Children’s Healthcare is one of the largest pediatric healthcare networks in the nation.