By Lauren VanDenBoom

November 30, 2021

Giving back to our wider community is something hc1 and our team is passionate about. This Giving Tuesday, we would like to share some of the ways that hc1 gives back and a list of our employees’ favorite charitable organizations in case you are looking for ways to contribute.  

This December, hc1 is participating in the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree Program. Employees have generously donated toys, clothes and other requested items to ensure our adopted “Angels” receive some needed and wanted gifts.

hc1 also chooses to give back as part of our corporate gifting during this time of year by  sharing Cookies for Kids Cancer with our clients.  Cookies for Kids Cancer is committed to raising funds for research to develop new, improved, and less toxic treatments for pediatric cancer — the #1 disease killer of children in the U.S. 

Our hc1 team has a varied list of interests and shared the below list of causes they like to support. Whether you are interested in supporting an organization monetarily or just through generating awareness, here are some suggestions. 

 Area of Interest  Organizations 
 Animals Best Friends Animal Sanctuary
Exotic Feline RescueOur Lil Bit of Heaven Animal Rescue and SanctuaryThe Humane SocietyWorld Wildlife Fund

CHERISH Child Advocacy Center

Children International

Foundation for Grieving Children

Horizons at St. Richards Episcopal School

LeBron James Family Foundation


Riley Hospital for Children

St. Jude Children's Hospital

Team Impact


Good Samaritan Network

Habitat for Humanity

Keep Indianapolis Beautiful

Natural Resources Defense Council


Alzheimer's Association

American Cancer Society

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

Doctors without Borders

Rock Steady Boxing

Special Olympics

Susan G. Komen


Back on My Feet

Wheeler Mission

 Human Rights


Equal Justice Initiative 


Gleaners Food Bank

Broomfield FISH

Fueled for School

Meals on Wheels

Midwest Food Bank

Second Helpings 

St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry


Disabled Veterans of America

The Wounded Warrior Project

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