The QuickDraw Cares Program was created to give team members the opportunity to support the health and well-being of families, animals and communities. QuickDraw Fund Control has chosen to support the following non-profit organizations through financial contributions, in-kind donations and volunteerism. We encourage our partners and customers to join us in giving back to the communities that allow us to grow and flourish.
Habitat for Humanity believes affordable housing is critical to the health and stability of families and communities. By building homes in the US and around the world, Habitat for Humanity is helping to improve the lives of families for generations to come.
In addition to building homes for families, the nonprofit helps older adults improve their homes so they can enjoy their senior years. An estimated 19 million older adults “are living in homes that are in disrepair or inadequate for their needs and unable to access resources to make these places livable,” according to Habitat for Humanity.
The organization’s person-centered approach involves assessing the unique needs of a home from a holistic perspective and connecting older adults with social services to address age-related issues, such as health, hunger, isolation and lack of transportation.
Habitat for Humanity also works to:
Learn more about Habitat for Humanity by visiting https://www.habitat.org/.
Founded in 1970, JDRF is a global organization funding type 1 diabetes (T1D) research in an effort to end T1D, an autoimmune disease that afflicts both children and adults. The disease cannot be prevented and no cure currently exists. Individuals with T1D are at risk of life-threatening symptoms and long-term complications that include kidney failure, blindness, heart attack, stroke and amputation.
JDRF strives to end T1D by:
Since its founding, JDRF has funded more than $2 billion in research and has made significant progress in understanding and treating the disease.
Learn more about JDRF by visiting https://www.jdrf.org/.
The Sacramento SPCA is an open admission animal shelter that accepts all surrendered animals regardless of age, health, breed or behavior. The organization is committed to saving animal lives and finding new homes for them by:
The nonprofit animal shelter accepts more than 6,000 stray or surrendered animals into their shelter every year, and relies on individual donations and volunteers to improve the lives of homeless animals.
Learn more about Sacramento SPCA by visiting https://www.sspca.org/.
Founded in 1957 by Betty Martines, YAPS is a “no kill, nonprofit animal shelter that strives to prevent the euthanasia of dogs and cats in shelters throughout the region by providing them a temporary safe haven until a permanent loving home can be found.”
Today, YAPS offers the following programs:
To help cover the cost of programs, YAPS accepts:
Learn more about YAPS by visiting http://www.yaps.org/.
LLS is committed to curing leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma, and to improving the quality of life of patients and their families.
Since 1949, the nonprofit organization has invested nearly $1.3 billion into research, helping to pioneer many innovative approaches to treatment, including immunotherapy, genomics and personalized medicine. LLS also provides free education and one-on-one support for patients and families, including assistance with identifying and enrolling in a clinical trial.
LLS accepts donations, encourages individuals to volunteer and participate in fundraising events, offers corporate sponsorship opportunities and advocates for patients at the legislative level.
Learn more about LLS by visiting https://www.lls.org/.