At Paradigm Marketing and Design, one of our core values is support; support for one another and support in our community. We practice the concept of people before profit. This belief has opened us up to new opportunities, relationships and innovative ideas creating a better community in which we work and live.
Throughout the year we collaborate with nonprofit organizations by providing donations, advocacy, and volunteerism.
We welcome the opportunity to ally with like-minded organizations. Please contact us today to collaborate on a charity impact program.
Date: November 1, 20172017 Toy Drive for Jersey Batter Women’s Services
Paradigm Marketing and Design was once again a TeamPAR Helpful Elf for their 17th Annual Toy Drive to benefit the Jersey Battered Women’s Services! The shelter, which supports more than 400 children and 200 families annually, creates a holiday boutique every year, where mothers and grandmothers get to shop and select between three and six items…CONTINUE READING
Date: October 8, 2017Charitable Impact Contest: Support for Special Olympics
Paradigm ran a special charity campaign. Each of our employees nominated a charity they were passionate about. Our clients and social media followers then helped us select which organization we should support for the Quarter through fundraising, advocacy and in-kind donations. Between October 9th and 22nd, we opened voting to choose a cause! The organization..CONTINUE READING
Date: August 31, 2017Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts
In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, we wanted to do our part to support the disaster recovery efforts in Texas and Louisiana. Paradigm matched donations made by clients, partners, vendors and employees. All donations were made to a registered and trusted 501(C)3 organization that supported the disaster recovery efforts from Hurricane Harvey.CONTINUE READING
Date: October 18, 2016Toy Drive for Jersey Battered Women’s Services
Paradigm Marketing and Design signed up to be one of TeamPAR’s Helpful Elves for their 16th Annual Toy Drive to benefit the Jersey Battered Women’s Services. We teamed up with Morris County Chamber of Commerce and its members to collect toys for this amazing organization. Toy donors included: Debrah Gussoff, In Order, Inc Pam Aungst…CONTINUE READING
Date: August 17, 2016Scott-A-Palooza 5K to Kick ALS
We Kicked ALS! Paradigm hosted a team of runners for the ALS 5k! The fundraiser supported Scott Fleming and his family. Scott Fleming is a 48 yrs old local Morris County resident living with ALS. He was a member of the US Marine Corp Reserves and an active runner and triathlete before his diagnosis inCONTINUE READING
Date: May 25, 2016Children’s Cancer Institute
Paradigm Marketing and Design donated $500 to the Tackle Kids Cancer campaign, which supports the essential clinical care and critical pediatric cancer research needed to find a cure for children’s cancers. Tackle Kids Cancer is organized by the Children’s Cancer Institute at Hackensack University Medical Center and all funds go directly to their mission…CONTINUE READING
Date: March 23, 2016The Interfaith Food Pantry
Paradigm Marketing and Design collected Food Drive donations to support The Interfaith Food Pantry. Together with our partners, we were able to bring a car full of nonperishable items which totalled over 250 pounds of food to the Morris County Interfaith Food Pantry.CONTINUE READING
Date: January 3, 2016Mt. Pleasant Animal Shelter
The best way to spread holiday glee is dressing silly for all to see!” Paradigm sponsored a Holiday Glee for Charity Photo contest in which we pledged to donate $100 to the winner’s charity of choice. The winner with over 200 likes was KEN TOUMEY of IT Radix who selected to support Mt. Pleasant…CONTINUE READING
Date: December 1, 2015Toys For Tomorrow
Recently we led a collection of toys and clothing for the families of The Tomorrow Fund located in Hackensack, NJ. Together with our partners, we collected over 5 large bins of toys and clothing. The Tomorrow Fund supports children suffering from cancer and blood disorders. Now their families will have the opportunity to shop for…CONTINUE READING