Corporate ResponsibilityWolf Management Consultants is a leader in both the conceptual and practical aspects of corporate responsibility. Every year across our firm, our people volunteer their time to support community programs, contribute their professional expertise, and help mobilize various business coalitions that address local requirements.
As an international organization serving companies all over the world, we recognize the role we can play in developing and investing in local communities. And as an employer, we also appreciate the importance of setting internal policies and goals that are socially responsible. Our Social Responsibility Program encompasses a wide range of activities, including providing pro bono consulting, monetary donations and volunteer support to charitable organizations. The most important way that WMC can impact society and make a difference is through our consulting expertise and advice. It is a privilege to be involved in a role of service and we look forward to each new endeavor.
Warrior Foundation Freedom Stationwww.warriorfoundation.org
Freedom Station will be the leader in providing temporary lodging facilities, as well as educational and career guidance to our Nation’s injured and disabled military heroes who are medically retired or discharged. We will aid them as they begin the transition from defenders of freedom to productive members of America’s civilian work force. Freedom Station will also enable personal interaction between our military Warriors and uniquely qualified volunteers and professionals who can assist them with many of the challenges they will face during the transition to civilian life.
Building Homes for Heroeswww.buildinghomesforheroes.org
Building Homes for Heroes® is strongly committed to rebuilding lives and supporting the brave men and women who were injured while serving the country during the time of the wars in Iraq or Afghanistan. The organization builds or modifies homes, and gifts them, mortgage-free, to veterans and their families. It's our honor to support the men and women who have loyally and courageously served our country.
Blue Star Familieswww.bluestarfam.org
Blue Star Families was formed in April 2009 by a group of military spouses to create a platform where military family members can join with civilian communities and leaders to address the challenges of military life. Blue Star Families includes active duty, National Guard, Reserve, wounded, transitioning service members and their families from all ranks and services, as well as veterans and civilians who strongly support us.
The Nicholas Conor Institutewww.tnci.org
The Nicholas Conor Institute is a not-for-profit translational medical research and commercialization organization that concentrates exclusively on cancers common to children, adolescents and young adults.
We accelerate research and development of diagnostic tools and treatments, translate them into clinical products, and facilitate their placement into the clinic. Our products encompass the tools that oncologists desperately need to provide individualized treatment programs for their patients, especially those children, adolescents and young adults that are not responding to current therapies. Our worldwide commercial and academic partners share personnel, data, facilities and equipment. They are unified with us for a single cause, curing childhood, adolescent and young adult cancers.
Prevent Cancer Foundationhttp://preventcancer.org
Our mission is saving lives through cancer prevention and early detection.
- We believe in: Reducing the cancer mortality rate by focusing individual behaviors, public policy and discussion, and research on prevention and early detection
- Addressing all preventable cancers across all populations
- Making prevention knowledge and early detection services more accessible for people in medically underserved communities
- Collaborating with partners to maximize the effectiveness and reach of the prevention and early detection programs and message
- Creating an energizing and productive workplace that people want to join
The San Diego Operawww.sdopera.com
San Diego Opera, ranked by OPERA AMERICA as one of the top 10 opera companies in the United States, is a widely respected member of the international opera community and an invaluable cultural resource to the San Diego community. The Company is both a national and regional model for all arts organizations in terms of artistic product, impact of community education and outreach and consistently sure-footed fiscal management. In light of these qualities, San Diego Opera was recently honored as one of 13 "Cornerstone Arts Organizations" by the prestigious James Irvine Foundation. In addition, San Diego Opera is the only San Diego arts organization to receive an almost perfect ranking from both the California Arts Council and the City of San Diego Commission for Arts & Culture.
Ronald McDonald House of San Diegowww.rmhcsd.org
Ronald McDonald House of San Diego is a "home away from home" for families with seriously ill children being treated at San Diego area hospitals. Since 1980, Ronald McDonald House of San Diego has provided more than 140,000 nights of lodging to 14,000 families in need! We were the 19th House to open in a Global family that now includes nearly 300 Ronald McDonald Houses in 30 countries!
Due to overwhelming need, a new House opened in July 2009, with 47 bedrooms (compared with the previous 12) and a Family Care Center to help make life easier for families dealing with a sick child.
The new Family Care Center at Ronald McDonald House is like none other in the world. It serves as a day resource for any family with a child in the hospital, providing necessities to make their lives easier as they go through the most difficult times of their lives
San Diego Repertory Theaterwww.sdrep.org
We are downtown San Diego’s resident professional theatre—celebrating year-round on our three stages and in our art galleries the diversity and creativity of our community. As the resident and managing company of the Lyceum Theatre, we produce and host over 300 events and performances a year. Our mission is informed by a commitment to artistic virtuosity, partnerships with singular artists and our inquisitive neighbors, and lively conversations about our role as citizens in the bi-national region we call home. We choose provocative works of theatre to inspire our audiences and artists to build the communication bridges needed to understand who we are today, and who we might become.
The company was founded in 1976 by Sam Woodhouse and D.W. Jacobs. Since moving to the Lyceum in 1986, we have produced 39 main stage productions by Latino playwrights and hosted artistic residencies by Luis Valdez, Max Roach, Amiri Baraka, Culture Clash, Yehuda Hyman, Marion J. Caffey, Randall Myler, Octavio Solis and Maria Irene Fornes. To date we have produced 43 world premieres. In addition to a 1998 Tony Award® Nomination for It Ain’t Nothin’ But the Blues, we have received over 200 awards for artistic excellence from the San Diego Theatre Critics Circle, Patté Theatre Awards, NAACP, Backstage West, Dramalogue, and StageSceneLA. In 2005, the San Diego Theatre Critics Circle presented the REP with the Craig Noel Award “For 30 Years of Artistic Dedication to Downtown and Diversity.”