Amsco Charitable Giving
As a way to give back to our community, the employees of Amsco have chosen three favorite charities to which they have personal connections. They are
the Dress for Success
, the American Liver Foundation
and the ASPCA
, the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. At checkout, you will be given the opportunity to select one of these charities for a charitable donation, and we will set aside 5% of the order value to be donated as an annual contribution at the end of the calendar year.
Dress for Success was founded in New York City in 1997 to assist disadvantaged women in finding and maintaining employment. As of now, more than half
a billion women world-wide have received clothing and accessories appropriate for initial job interviews. After being hired, women continue to receive
additional clothing to "mix and match" until a professional wardrobe has been built. This organization realizes that women need support while transitioning
into the workforce and has developed a Career Center to promote confidence, offer career guidance and to teach technology skills. Dress for Success is
a non-profit which relies on clothing donations and financial contributions, as well volunteer efforts of individuals and companies around the world
who are committed to helping women take charge of their lives. We encourage you to visit their web site at dressforsuccess.org to learn more about
The mission of the American Liver Foundation is to advocate and promote education, support and research for the prevention, treatment and cure of
liver disease. Created in 1974, this Foundation continues to rely on corporate partnerships and legacy donations to support their work to improving
treatments and finding a cure. They share their research news through press releases and create awareness of national events related to liver disease
and liver wellness using all branches of the media. Their National Board of Directors includes a wide range of medical experts who have one goal in
mind - a world without liver disease. We invite you to visit their web site liverfoundation.org for more information.
Founded in 1866 by Henry Bergh, the ASPCA is the first humane organization created in the United States for the sole purpose of preventing cruelty to
animals. This group rescues animals from abuse, passes humane laws and shares resources with shelters nation-wide. The ASPCA educates the public by
running a wide variety of programs that focus on one goal - improving the lives of animals. Further information on these programs can be found at
their official web site aspca.org.