United States – November 29, 2023 – Public Knowledge® is proud to announce its annual charitable giving program, demonstrating its commitment to positively impacting communities. This year, Public Knowledge® has chosen to support three non-profit organizations in the United States and Canada: The Loveland Foundation, Feeding America, and Wabanaki Two Spirit Alliance.
The Loveland Foundation aims to provide accessible mental health care for communities of color. Feeding America is a nationwide network of food banks that leads the fight against hunger. The Wabanaki Two Spirit Alliance is a non-profit organization serving Indigenous communities in Canada. They represent the emotional, spiritual, mental, and physical well-being and interests of Two Spirits Indigenous LGBTQ+ individuals and groups in Wabanaki Territory.
Public Knowledge® recognizes the importance of giving back to the communities and groups they serve. The firm firmly believes that contributing to the betterment of society is an integral part of corporate responsibility.
“We are honored to support these organizations. We know that when we align our charitable giving with organizations that make an impact, we can build stronger, healthier, and more equitable communities.”Public Knowledge® President Stacey Moss
These organizations were carefully chosen with input from employees. While diverse in their focus areas, they all share a common thread. Their dedication to significantly impacting the communities they serve. Additionally, they are in alignment with the firm’s core values of inclusion, teamwork, and impact.
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