MACC News: MACC Members Share in the Joy of Giving

MACC Members Share in the Joy of Giving

MACC Members Share in the Joy of Giving

There is something incredibly magical about giving to someone else. Donating to the causes you care about not only benefits the charities themselves, but can be deeply rewarding for those who share. Millions of people give to charity on a regular basis in support of causes they believe in, as well as for the positive effect it has on their own lives.

The MACC organization proudly supports charities dedicated to the happiness and well being of children through the Make-A-Wish Foundation and Toys for Tots.  Each year, the generosity of our members shines through at the annual MACC Golf Outing, when we join together and share our good will with the Make-A-Wish foundation, an awesome charity that fulfills life-changing wishes for children with a critical illness. This season, during our holiday festivities, we are once again delighted to share the joy of donating toys to our country’s less fortunate children through the Toys for Tots program.

In our previous Holiday Issue, we featured the amazing charitable endeavors of ABCO, Arista, Day & Nite, National Compressor Exchange and Portnoy, Messinger, and Pearl -- all who continue to support a wide variety of charities both at holiday time and throughout the year. 


This year, we reached out to our newest MACC members who were eager to share the ways they are helping others …



Charities:  Trade Zone, Head Start, Christmas Magic, Cuddle + Kind, Red Nose Day, Butterfly Effect Project  

BOSS has been supporting a wide variety of charities for quite some time. The company has been a part of the Trade Zone Thanksgiving Basket Program for several years, a group which collects items to be donated to food drives for Thanksgiving. One special BOSS favorite is Long Island Head Start, where President Bob Keingstein dresses as Santa and delivers presents to all the children at the school.  Another favorite is the Butterfly Effect Project,  empowering young girls with the tools needed to assist in achieving emotionally stable and self-confident futures. Throughout the years BOSS has helped numerous charities and organizations including animal shelters, veterans groups, children and women’s shelters. The Team at BOSS gives back whenever possible!


Charities: Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Boy Scouts of America, Plainview-Old Bethpage High School Booster Club, Bethpage High School Kick Line, St. Pius X Golf and CYO Program

“I am fortunate and proud that I am able to carry on the Triola tradition of helping others in the community when I can,” says Jim Triola, President of Cool Solutions, who contributes to a wide variety of charities. If the cause is just, Jim Triola is there to help. Jim is a major supporter of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society in memory of his son, Thomas Triola.  Jim’s daughter Allison is running the New York Marathon this November.  All proceeds raised from the Marathon on behalf of Thomas Triola are donated to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.


Charities: New York Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital Golf Outing,  Holiday Children’s Toy Drive, SHAREing & CAREing Annual Bikers Against Breast Cancer Run, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Annual Walk, American Heart Association, Team Shenanigans for Cystic Fibrosis, & Women and Children’s Program at Odyssey House

“TurboChyll contributes not only in the hope of making a difference in peoples’ lives, but some of these causes hit close to home,” reports Sean Libby, President of The Turbochyll Company.   This awesome range of charities dedicated to healing and hope is an inspiration to us all. From supporting life-saving research and prevention through a variety of fundraising events … to helping children experience the joy of the holiday, the list goes on and on.   

This holiday season – and throughout the year – join with associates, friends and family in discovering the many ways you can be a blessing to others … and delight in the joy of giving!

Featured in MACC News - Fall 2019 Volume 2