Giving Back in Our Community
At Cunningham & Associates we care about more than our clients and their businesses. We care about the communities we live in, and those less fortunate. Our team devotes hundreds of hours each year to community service, in addition to contributions to charitable foundations.
C&A Supports Worcester Communities During Tough Times
May 1, 2021 – Thanks to the support from C&A, Nativity School of Worcester, and YMCA of Central Massachusetts managed to save hundreds of thousands with Employee Retention Tax Credits and reinvest in their operations and the community.
“I remember the conversation vividly. My team sat down and said we need to get out there and start helping organizations understand what they qualify for. There is so much disruption in the market and confusion about what stimulus packages are available; we had the skill and tools to get information out to organizations quickly and creatively recapitalize them”, Ryan Folley, Partner at C&A said.
Nativity School of Worcester generated over $200,000, which will help support their mission to provide a quality, tuition-free education to boys from under-resourced communities for the coming school year. YMCA of Central Mass will use significant returns to fund its services in the community.
C&A’s Q1 2021 Fundraising Donated to the March of Dimes
March 1, 2021 – As much as we care about our clients, we care about the communities we live in. Last week, we donated this quarter’s fundraising in the amount of over $22.5K to our long-term partner March of Dimes, to help them provide support to moms and babies in need in the Worcester area.
A Huge Tool Sale to Benefit the March of Dimes
December 13, 2020 – Last weekend C&A hosted a huge tent sale of quality hand tools, power tools, and lawn & garden tools to benefit the March of Dimes and collected $15,000 for the organization. Stanley, Black & Decker, DeWalt, Bostitch, Irwin, Porter Cable and Craftsman tools were sold at incredibly low prices, with 100% of proceeds supporting moms and babies of Worcester.