Given the global impact of COVID-19 on a variety of communities and organizations seeking to make a difference, WGA wants to help. WGA Consulting is committed not only to providing world-class strategy and management consulting services to our clients, but to the people and communities we love and serve.
Between August 1st and December 31st 2020, WGA is pledging six percent (6%) of our global consulting service sales to a COVID-19 relief charity or a charity of your choosing. As a global strategy and management consulting firm, we consistently advise our clients on making and executing the right decisions in business. Now we want to empower you and your organization join us in supporting COVID-19 relief efforts and a cause close to your heart.
Below you can find a list of COVID-19 and notable charity organizations that WGA is collaborating with to make a difference. After purchasing any of our management, strategy, or transformation consulting services, simply indicate the charity cause you’re passionate about and we will donate six percent (6%) of your sale. It’s never been so easy to make a positive impact on COVID-19 relief efforts, people, communities and the world!
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Consulting for a Cause Charities
Americares saves lives and improves health for people affected by poverty or disaster so they can reach their full potential. Since it was established in 1979, Americares has provided more than $18 billion in aid to 164 countries, including the United States. Americares is using every resource to fight the COVID-19 pandemic from critical protective supplies to education, training and other support for our staff and partners here at home and around the world.
The CDP COVID-19 Response Fund is focusing on support for nonprofit organizations working directly to respond to the pandemic among vulnerable populations in order to help build their capacity to address the most pressing needs. These include social service organizations focused on supporting low-income households, small businesses, immigrants, refugees, Native Americans and Alaska Natives, older adults, people with disabilities, and other communities vulnerable to the physical health, mental health and economic impacts of the pandemic.
The world has never faced a crisis like COVID-19. The pandemic is impacting communities everywhere. It’s never been more urgent to support the global response, led by the World Health Organization (WHO). Donations support WHO’s work, including with partners, to track and understand the spread of the virus; to ensure patients get the care they need and frontline workers get essential supplies and information; and to accelerate research and development of a vaccine and treatments for all who need them.
The Breast Cancer Research Foundation is the highest-rated breast cancer organization in the US. They fund over 300 researchers across the globe who are working to find a cure for this pervasive disease once and for all.
Hope for the Warriors provides what it calls a full cycle of care to service members, veterans, and their families. It focuses on health and wellness, fostering a sense of community, and providing support for those transitioning from military to civilian life.
When high school students dream of going to college but can’t afford the steep costs, Scholarship America steps in to lend a hand. The organization dedicates an impressive 96% of its cash budget to programs directly related to sending individuals to college, like scholarship funds, college readiness programs, and financial aid education.
The Alzheimer’s Association aims to fight and cure Alzheimer’s Disease from all sides. Donations provide care to those already affected by Alzheimer’s and connects them with support groups. The organization also funds research and clinical trials.
The World Resources Institute is a research organization that goes beyond research to create solutions to sustain our natural resources. The nonprofit works in over 50 countries to address the topics of climate, food, water, energy, cities and transport, and forests.
This 501(c)(3) charity proudly designates 94% of its of its cash budget to programs that directly relate to its mission of stopping child abuse and neglect in the US. Prevent Child Abuse America uses donations to run parent education programs and to advocate for federal policies that promote children’s health and safety.
The National Alliance to End Homelessness wants to see a world where homelessness is a distant memory. It focuses on trying to shape federal policy and finding solutions to end homelessness, like short-term rental assistance programs and community education.
Defending the rights of people across the globe is no small task, but the organization Human Rights Watch has been doing just this since 1978. About 400 journalists, attorneys, country experts, and many others work to publish non-partisan and independent reports every year on human rights conditions around the world.
Over 800 million people go hungry every day, according to Action Against Hunger. They hope to fight malnutrition and food crises in over 20 countries with help from donations.
Founded in 1909, Mental Health America helps Americans understand, prevent, and treat mental health issues that can interfere with their overall wellness and ability to live a healthy life. They also focus on educating Americans about mental health issues through their online hub of information and tools.