At What if Media Group we strongly believe in the importance of community outreach and that we have a social responsibility to give back to our communities. Many of our employees volunteer their time with various organizations close to their heart, and we think that’s pretty cool. So we contribute to these organizations and foundations in effort to endorse their volunteerism as well as support the causes our team truly cares about. We hope you will join us in in giving!
Two mass shootings over the weekend has once again left the What If family heartbroken and with the urge to help. The first shooting occurred Saturday morning at a busy Walmart in El Paso, Texas. The second shooting happened just 13 hours later in Dayton, Ohio. We have chosen two of the established victims funds to donate to on behalf of our company: El Paso Victims Relief Fund and The Dayton Foundation.
The Fisher House Foundation provides free homes, built on the grounds of major military and VA medical centers, that allow family members to be close to a loved one during the hospitalization for an unexpected illness, disease, or injury. What If Media Group would like to thank all our current and former military heroes and humbly ask you to join us in helping to keep military and veterans' families together during times of medical crises through making your tax-deductible donation today!
We wanted to kick off the new year by supporting an incredible organization that’s making a difference globally: Doctors Without Borders. Their mission is to help people worldwide where the need is greatest, delivering emergency medical aid to people affected by conflict, epidemics, disasters or exclusion from health care. Check out the blog to learn more!
Our hearts are broken as we watch three more major wildfires engulf the state of California. In effort to do our part on behalf of our friends and business associates affected by this devastation, What If made a contribution to The California Community Foundation’s Wildfire Relief Fund.
The Ronald McDonald House Charities provides a comfortable place to stay for families with hospitalized children under 21 years of age who are being treated at nearby hospitals and medical facilities. That’s why we chose them for this month’s What Gives!
At What If we believe we have a responsibility to make this world a better place, to enjoy it’s beauty, and protect it for future generations. That’s why we chose the Nature Conservancy as this months charity of choice and took the time to implement some environmental-friendly measures at work.
Wishes help kids feel better – and sometimes when they feel better, they get better. That’s why WIMG chose the Make-A-Wish Foundation, which grants kids with life-threatening medical conditions the opportunity to experience their one true wish, as our next What GIves? recipient.
The Cancer Crushers, at Charles W. Flanagan High School, participated in the Relay For Life of Pembroke Pines/Miramar, Florida and with help from What If and other sponsors, raised over $2000 to help fight cancer!
At What If, many of the employees have been impacted by the Holocaust in a variety of ways. It was important to the team to make this meaningful contribution towards peace and unity during a time of divisiveness in our country.
In the wake of the senseless violence that occurred at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, this month’s What Gives donation will go to the Stoneman Douglas Victims’ Fund.
Founded in 1998, the Lustgarten Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of scientific and medical research related to the diagnosis, treatment, cure and prevention of pancreatic cancer
Giving back is always the best gift, and every gift matters in the fight against cancer. That’s why What IF Team member, Rachel jumped at the opportunity to fundraise and participate in a Color With A Cause, benefiting the Children's Joy Fund at Memorial Sloan Kettering.
Working around the clock, the American Red Cross is making good use of donations and bringing help where it is needed the most.
Started by Mike Rogers in 2003 after his after his second battle with sarcoma cancer, the mission of the Grind For Life organization is to provide financial assistance to cancer patients and their families when traveling long distances to doctors and hospitals.
We are always thinking “what if.” So when one of our team, Andrew, mentioned he was joining a walk-a-thon to raise awareness and funds for stem cell research, we immediately thought about all the possibilities the effects of this research could have.
A common theme amongst many of our employees is a deep passion and love for animals. From owning pets, to volunteering at local animal shelters, to donating money, our employees have made a personal commitment to animal welfare.