Community Controls Cares
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Here at Community Controls we have chosen to focus on children charities through Community Controls Cares. It all started with our own experience through one of our employees who had a child diagnosed at 6 months old with Infantile Leukemia.  Her child had less than a 30% chance of survival. With this we realized the great need for awareness and funding for childhood cancer research. The truth is childhood cancer research receives less than 4% of the national cancer institute’s budget for all 16 types of cancer, 7 children die daily and 36 more are diagnosed with cancer. We decided that this is not acceptable and through Community Controls we would do our part in making a difference.

What we accomplished in 2018

Granite Foundation
Ronald McDonald house

Ronald McDonald House- Donating meals to families in need while their children are going through some of the hardest times of their life at Primary Children's Hospital - Over 100 People Fed

Childhood Cancer awareness

Children’s Cancer Research fund ( Great Cycle Challenge) – Raised 11,110.93 and 2199 miles rode

Childhood Cancer awareness

CureSearch For Children’s Cancer September Awareness Campaign , 3000 Fliers sent and stickers on boxes

Childhood Cancer awareness

Hundreds of aware Swag kits with notes handed out at trade shows.

Arup Blood drive

16 Pints of blood donated

What we accomplished in 2016

Kits included items specific to childhood cancer needs and were donated to Primary Children's Hospital.

Donated to ARUP, the sole provider of blood for Primary Children's Hospital.

Signed up to ``Be the Match`` Bone Marrow Registry.

Employees assembled kits for the local youth shelter.

Donated to ``Shelter Kids``, a local shelter for infants to teens.

Sent out during Childhood Cancer Awareness month in September. Each box sent that month had a gold ribbon on it in support of CureSearch.

Employees donated food and Community Controls matched it pound-for-pound for the local Christmas food drive.

In 2017 we will continue our focus on supporting CureSearch for kids Cancer, Primary Children’s hospital, Ronald Mcdonald House, Shelter kids, To Be The Match, Arup Laboratories as well as local food drives.