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.
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.