BETA gives back

February 5, 2018

As a part of our ongoing mission to improve the communities where we live and work, BETA makes an effort to give back whenever possible and encourages employees to do the same. Throughout the past year, BETA and our employees have donated time and resources to the following organizations:

  • Toys for Tots Foundation
  • Together We Rise
  • Red Nose Day
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters
  • Operation Gratitude
  • Open Pantry Community Services in Springfield, MA
  • Ecumenical Community Food Pantry of Norwood, Inc.
  • Cumberland Happy Basket Program
  • Wethersfield Food Bank
  • Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation
  • Harc, Inc.

BETA’s Employee Engagement Committee rolled out its first official Sponsorship and Donations Program in April of 2017. The program encourages employees to suggest causes, organizations, events, or activities that BETA may provide sponsorship dollars or resources towards. We are proud to report that we were able to support the following organizations as a result of this program thus far.

  • Childhood Apraxia of Speech Association of North America (CASANA): CASANA is a nonprofit public charity exclusively dedicated to children with apraxia of speech and their families with a mission to strengthen the support systems in the lives of children with apraxia so that each child is afforded their best opportunity to develop speech.
  • North Attleboro High School – Friends of Music: The North Attleboro High School Friends of Music is NAHS Music’s music booster club. The Friends of Music are primarily responsible for fundraising to benefit the music department.
  • The Midnight Riders Golf Tournament Charity for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society: The Midnight Riders aim to represent the interests of supporters of the New England Revolution soccer team. The Midnight Riders are both a social and charitable organization.
  • Blackstone Valley Concert Band: The Blackstone Valley Community Concert Band is a non-profit organization made up of over 70 volunteer musicians. The band plays for free throughout the community.
  • Mathcounts: Mathcounts is a non-profit organization that provides engaging math programs to U.S. middle school students of all ability levels in order to build confidence and improve attitudes towards math and problem solving.
  • Cumberland OCYL STEAMshop: The STEAMshop is run by the Cumberland, RI Mayor’s Office of Children, Youth and Learning (OCYL). This non-profit program is for Grades 3 through 8 and offers workshops/classes in topics related to science, engineering and math.

We look forward to continuing these efforts to support well deserving organizations in 2018.