Mike Castelluccio, Partner Director
I connect people with solutions that will transform their business.
We have something pretty special here at Blue Horseshoe. Beyond creating value for Blue Horseshoe customers, our team actively gives back to the communities we live and work in.
Here’s a rundown of some of the organizations we were fortunate enough to assist in 2019.
Hamilton County Harvest Food Bank
Hamilton County Harvest Food Bank is committed to helping families, kids, and seniors in the Hamilton county community.
Volunteers, donors, and supporters are helping Make-A-Wish grant the wishes of children diagnosed with critical illnesses.
Carmel Clay Parks and Recreation's Adopt-A-Park Program allows the community to share in the responsibility of caring for the community's natural resources such as trails, parks and other natural areas.
Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago
Children and families are the center of the Children's Hospital of Chicago. As a top-ranked hospital, they are committed to improving child health, transforming pediatric medicine and ensuring healthier futures.
St. Maria Goretti's Angel Tree Program
Each year, St. Maria Goretti's Angle Tree Program provides gifts to 150 families in need during the holidays.
Versiti Blood Center of Indiana
Versiti works to collect blood donations from the community as well as perform research through their Blood research Institute.
Riley Children's Foundation at IU Health
As on of the nations best children's hospitals, Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health provides expert, family-centered pediatric care for every child who needs it. There are many ways to help out Riley Kids through giving or events such Dance Marathons hosted by the community.
Faith Mission Soup Kitchen and Shelter
Faith Mission in Columbus provides more then 90,000 nights of shelter and 3 meals a day to anyone experiencing homelessness.
Tatum Parker Project
The goal of the Tatum Parker Project is to fight pediatric cancer in their own unique ways: Bags of Fun for each child diagnosed with cancer and the Maddy Justice Keep on Shining Fund to raise awareness and fund cancer research.
Stowe Mission Annual Holiday Toy Drive
Stowe Mission of Central Ohio, in partnership with local organizations hosts an annual toy drive to make sure every child gets a toy for the holidays.
The Salvation Army works to meet the needs of all humans in 130 countries across the globe.
Ronald McDonald House Central Ohio
The Ronald McDonald House Charities makes it possible for families to stay nearby while their children are in the hospital.
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society supports their mission through research, patient support, and policy & advocacy.
Christmas Bureau of Union County, North Carolina
With a mission of H.O.P.E (Hearts of People Everywhere), the Christmas Bureau of Union County collaborates with businesses, schools, churches, civic organizations and individuals to help meet the needs of their communities.
Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver
Since the organization was founded in 1976, Habitat for Humanity has been working side by side with volunteers to provide adequate housing for over 1 million families.
Girls Inc. Denver
Girls Inc. is inspiring girls to be strong, smart and bold. Their programming is about supporting, mentoring and guiding girls as well as focusing on their development as a whole.
Dunked for Donations
Employees nominated their favorite coworkers to take the icy plunge in the dunk tank during Blue Horseshoe’s Dunked for Donations event. Dunk tank participants were nominated based on the amount of money they raised for the charity of their choice. Charities included: Riley Children's Hospital, The Trevor Project & National Immigration Law Center, Gleaners, Homeward Bound Animal Welfare Group, National Park Foundation, and the Wounded Warrior.