Giving Back

Giving Back to Our Communities

PRN is committed to giving back to our communities. Our offices participate individually and as a whole to several different organizations. We are grateful for the opportunity to contribute both time and financial resources to organizations that are striving to make a real difference.

  • The United Way: The United Way supports more than 200 health and human service organizations throughout our communities.
  • National Breast Cancer Foundation: The National Breast Cancer Foundation mission is to save lives by increasing awareness of breast cancer through education and by providing mammograms for those in need.
  • The Arc: The Arc is the world's largest community based organization of and for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. It provides an array of services and support for families and individuals and includes over 140,000 members.
  • American Cancer Society: The American Cancer Society is at work in communities all across the country providing programs aimed at reducing the risk of cancer, detecting cancer as early as possible, ensuring proper treatment, and empowering people facing cancer to cope and maintain the highest possible quality of life.
  • Backpacks for Education: Offering children, without the means, the opportunity to receive the supplies that that need to improve their educational experience.
  • Toys for Tots: The objective of Toys for Tots is to help needy children throughout the United States experience the joy of Christmas.
  • The Salvation Army: "The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination."
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters: Big Brothers Big Sisters is the most effective youth mentoring association in America, as research has proven. Founded in 1904, it serves over 225,000 young people ages five through 18, in 5,000 communities through a network of 470 agencies.
  • The Muscular Dystrophy Association: A voluntary health agency - a dedicated partnership between scientists and concerned citizens aimed at conquering neuromuscular diseases that affect more than a million Americans.
  • Special Olympics: Special Olympics is an international nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering individuals with intellectual disabilities to become physically fit, productive and respected members of society through sports training and competition.