Caring and sharing for a better tomorrow. Chase and Company looks for opportunities to support organizations that do excellent work in areas and with causes about which we are passionate. Chase and Company focuses its contributions in the following areas: Medical research, education, technology and youth outreach. We participate in these organizations both through financial contributions, to hands-on involvement and giving of our time and talents. Check out below the fabulous progress that is being made each day by these fantastic organizations.
A Better Tomorrow
The Steinberg Winter Classic
The Steinberg Winter Classic was created by Mr. Joe Fresta, Jr., a two-time testicular cancer survivor and avid hockey player to benefit the Cancer Care Foundation. The purpose of the foundation is to aid local families who are in need of financial assistance while battling cancer, so they can focus on beating the disease. The 2nd Annual Steinberg Winter Classic is March 1, 2 and 3, 2013. All proceeds benefit the Cancer Care Foundation directly aiding local families with loved ones stricken with disease.
Tiger Scholarship Fund
The mission of the Tiger Scholarship Fund is to provide scholarship support for Mizzou student-athletes. All contributions given to the TSF annual fund are used to cover scholarship expenses such as tuition, room, board, academic counseling, tutors and life skills programs for Mizzou student-athletes. In addition, the TSF generates private funding for endowments, capital projects and other needs as prioritized by the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. Gifts to the Tiger Scholarship Fund are utilized in a fiscally responsible manner to “Prepare Champions for Life” and to enhance and instill the three core values of the Athletics Department.
The Buddy Fund
Since 1962 the Buddy Fund has helped more than 450,000 kids.
We believe that organized sports participation is a first-line character-building alternative to the destructive forces faced by kids with limited parenting and/or who are growing up in difficult neighborhoods. Our local charity supports organizations such as boys & girls clubs, community centers, police athletic leagues, homes for children, and after school programs.
Telluride Animal Foundation
The Telluride Animal Foundation is founded on the principle that creating better lives for animals will enhance the human life. We strive to be the connective glue and inspiration to take animal lovers and turn them into advocates, spreading the word to limit the number of unwanted animals through education about adopting shelters and rescue dogs and to increase the number of spay and neuter clinics available to the public. We aim to enhance the quality of existing shelters and sanctuaries and create a network amongst them to provide better adoption rates in the extended area, and to connect volunteers with local organizations.
University of Missouri-Columbia
The University of Missouri boasts the first journalism school, founded by Walter Williams in 1908. Each year, Missouri students win national contests - some even in competition with working professionals - that demonstrate conclusively just how much they have learned. Each year, our alumni win major national and international competitions, further illustrating the value of a Missouri journalism degree. Many have won Pulitzer Prizes, the news profession's highest honor, Silver Anvils, the top prize for public relations professionals, and similar awards. MU alumni can be found in newsrooms and corporate boardrooms of media companies and advertising and public relations agencies around the globe.
One hundred rides. One destination. A world free of MS. These fully supported rides not only connect riders to more than 100,000 other fellow bike enthusiasts but also to a growing movement to end multiple sclerosis. MS stops people from moving together, we can make sure it doesn't. At Chase and Company our passion for bike riding and ending MS has made the MS150 a perfect cause that our staff can enjoy together. Bike to create a world free of MS.