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Why We Do What We Do

We Genuinely Care

Community giving and involvement is the heart of MAKE Corporation. We believe that corporate social responsibility should be much more than a feel-good paragraph in an annual report. In fact, we are so passionate about enriching the quality of life for children and families in need that we view it not as an obligation but as a mission.

Spotlighting People Who Make a Difference

Beyond pursuing this mission in Chicagoland, Dallas and other communities we serve, we actively support our associates in making a difference through a number of community organizations close to their hearts.

Below we have highlighted two causes with which we are passionate and why we chose to get involved.

  • Special Olympics: MAKE got involved with Special Olympics after participating in several of their team building events and learning more about the programming and services offered by Special Olympics of Illinois.
  • Ronald McDonald House Charities: Several of our MAKE team members have had first-hand experience with the service and care provided by these houses to families facing the illness of a child.

To see more of our community spotlights, click here.

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MAKEing a Difference Everyday

Other organizations where we are actively MAKEing a difference, include:

  • Feed My Starving Children hand-packs meals specifically formulated for malnourished children in nearly 70 countries around the world.
  • Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation is the leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes (T1D) research.
  • Lawrence Hall Youth Services delivers services to assist at-risk youth and their families to develop the self-worth, knowledge and skills they need to lead independent and productive lives.
  • American Cancer Society supports research, patient services, early detection, treatment, and education for persons facing cancer.
  • Ronald McDonald House Charities helps lessen the burden of a sick child by ensuring that families have the stability and resources they need to keep their child healthy and happy.
  • Special Olympics is the world’s largest sports organization for people with intellectual disabilities.
  • St. Baldrick’s Foundation supports research to combat the most hard-to-treat childhood cancers.