Semmax Financial Group 2020 Charities of Choice
Children's Home Society of NC
Each year, Semmax selects a local charity to support to help give back to our community. In 2020, we are financially supporting The Children's Home Society of NC. It is our annual goal to raise $6,000 – the amount needed to sponsor one adoption. Semmax has a pretty unique connection with CHSNC! Thanks to fostering through the Children's Home Society of NC, Semmax Adviser Jonathan Short and his wife Anna were able to adopt their twins, Colin and Madeline.
CHSNC's mission is "to promote the right of every child to a permanent, safe, and loving family". We look forward to our partnership with them in 2020 and hope you will consider donating towards our goal.
We will be accepting donations for CHSNC throughout the year at various events and workshops. If you would like to make a donation at any time, you can make a check payable to “Children's Home Society of NC” and send it to our office at 1447 Trademart Blvd., Winston-Salem, NC 27127, and we will ensure it is received by CHSNC.
Winston-Salem Rescue Mission
Semmax is honored to support the Winston-Salem Rescue Mission in 2020. Throughout the year, Semmax team members will donate their time by serving in the WS Rescue Mission Thrift Store. This store provides a source of income for the nonprofit and 100% of the proceeds go right back into their programs and daily operations. They heavily rely on volunteers to help run the store. You can visit the thrift store at 704 Oak St., Winston-Salem, NC 27101. Maybe we'll see you there!
To learn more about the WS Rescue mission, please visit their website.
Semmax Financial Group is honored to support these fine charities.
- Second Harvest Food Bank
- Senior Services of Forsyth County
- Make-A-Wish Foundation
- Wounded Warrior Project
- Children’s Cancer Patients Support
- Jenna Foundation
- Radiate Student Ministry
- Salvation Army Angel Tree
- Honduras San Pedro Sula Church building fund
- Winston Salem Rescue Mission
- The Children’s Home
- Alzheimer’s Association, A Ride to Remember