At Actall, we’re committed to community enrichment, volunteerism and active engagement with causes we care about. From local to global, helping others and working together are ways we celebrate our humanity.
We support organizations that provide services to those who need them most, advocate for change and make our world a better place. The organizations listed below—Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver, Dawg Nation Hockey Foundation, Feeding Colorado, Humane Society of America and the Wounded Warrior Project, receive recurring donations by Actall on behalf of Actall employees. Throughout the year, we support additional organizations like the Alzheimer’s Association.
Actall employees at every level are encouraged to volunteer a set percentage of their time each year working with or providing services for these organizations that are close to our hearts:
Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver
- Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver was established in 1979 by a group of passionate volunteers. These volunteers worked tirelessly to fundraise, acquire land, select families and manage all of the logistics to build the first Habitat homes in Denver. Since then, Habitat Metro Denver has become one of the largest affiliates in the United States, and the group celebrated the construction of its 600th home in 2016.
- Today, Habitat for Humanity has served more than 1 million families globally, completing the construction or major repair of a home at a rate of every 4 minutes.
Dawg Nation Hockey Foundation
- Dawg Nation Hockey Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charity dedicated to providing opportunities for persons with and without disabilities to gain confidence and independence through participation in national and international amateur ice hockey events. The organization also supports local, national and international amateur ice hockey players and their families in times of crisis.
- In January 2011, a small group of adult recreation league hockey players decided to create a foundation to help others. What started as an idea to honor a fallen friend and “make a difference” has blossomed into an important resource for families in need.
- Feeding Colorado is the collaborative effort of five regional Colorado food banks to coordinate and enhance food resources, ensuring food-insecure Coloradans have access to healthy, fresh foods. Together, the five food banks provide food to all 64 counties in Colorado and distribute food to more than 1,300 nonprofit agencies statewide.
- Agencies supported by Feeding Colorado include food pantries, soup kitchens, battered women’s shelters, daycare centers and residential treatment centers, along with senior and youth programs that serve all ages and segments of our communities. Last year, the five Colorado food banks distributed a combined 139.4 million pounds of food to those in need.
Wounded Warrior Project
- The Wounded Warrior Project is a 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to honor and empower Wounded Warriors who incurred a physical or mental injury, illnesses, or wound, co-incident to military service on or after September 11, 2001.
- Their purpose is to raise awareness and enlist the public's aid for the needs of severely injured service men and women; to help severely injured service members aid and assist each other; and to provide unique, direct programs and services to meet the needs of severely injured service members.
Humane Society of the United States
- Together with millions of supporters, the Humane Society of the United States takes on puppy mills, factory farms, the fur trade, trophy hunting, animal cosmetics testing and other cruel industries. Through their rescue, response and sanctuary work, as well as other hands-on animal care services, they help thousands of animals every year. They fight all forms of animal cruelty to achieve the vision behind their name: a humane society.
- Their rescue and direct care work responds to today’s cruelties; their education, legislative and policy work prevents tomorrow’s.