Community involvement and giving back have always been integral to the Firewood mission.

Since the beginning, we’ve believed it’s our responsibility to support organizations that champion human dignity. That’s what sparked the creation of Firewood in the Field, our giving-back platform that allows us to directly support organizations through financial contributions, donated marketing time, and volunteer efforts.

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If you're interested in coming together for our collective good, send us a message. Whether it's for pro bono work or potential volunteer service, we want to hear from you. Start by filling out our form.

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EMPLOYEE-NOMINATED CHARITIES

Season of Giving

Each holiday season, our employees are invited to nominate charitable organizations that champion human dignity and align with our values of inclusivity, authenticity, responsibility, and humility, while supporting local communities.

Since 2012, we’ve been fortunate to be able to provide financial assistance to many outstanding charities. And in the last two years alone, Firewood has donated over $300,000 to charitable organizations through its Season of Giving program and other giving events. 

This year, the following five organizations will receive an initial contribution of nearly $12,000 in addition to continued support throughout 2020, which may include pro bono digital marketing, volunteer work, and ad hoc support.

The DiaTribe Foundation logo

Diabetes is a serious disease, posing one of the largest challenges in the United States: one in seven American adults already has diabetes. To fight this growing crisis, The diaTribe Foundation was founded with a mission to improve the lives of people with diabetes, prediabetes, and obesity, and to advocate for action.

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Sensational Kids logo

Sensational Kids is an award-winning nonprofit that has changed the lives of more than 6,000 children. Operating three child development centers across Ireland, they provide frontline therapeutic services for children with additional needs, ensuring that these children have access to vital support when and where they need it.

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Larkin Street Youth Services logo

On any given night in San Francisco, more than 1,100 young people are on the city’s streets without a safe place to call home, often through no fault of their own. From outreach and housing to health, education, and employment, Larkin Street offers the comprehensive services a young person needs to end the cycle of homelessness and create a permanent pathway out of poverty.

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Alliance of Moms logo

Young adults aging out of foster care have a significantly increased risk of homelessness, economic instability and poverty. In Los Angeles, 58% of young women in foster care experience at least one pregnancy by age 19 and their children have a higher likelihood of entering foster care themselves. Alliance of Moms helps break the intergenerational cycle of foster care by offering educational programs to young parents in the foster care system with a focus on practical tools that empower them to build resilient families and become informed parents who can give their babies a healthy childhood.

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Bay NVC logo

BayNVC is home to a number of projects and groups working under the same umbrella to apply and promote the principles and practices of nonviolent communication. Most of these are operated and run by BayNVC staff and trainers and include private sessions, classes, organizational services, retreats, and a variety of projects designed for social transformation.

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