Happy Holidays: The More You Give, The More You Have.

Topline Strategy has had a lot of good fortune in 2022 – great clients, engagements, and new employees. To celebrate, Topline is happy to give, making donations on behalf of each of its employees to their charity of choice.

Jake Biderman

Recipient: World Central Kitchen (World Central Kitchen provides food to communities in crisis, especially after natural disasters)

“When your home, town, or community is uprooted or destroyed, you shouldn’t have to spend a second of your energy figuring out where your next meal is coming from.”

Michael Bobak

Recipient: Save the Children (Save the Children works in the United States and around the world to give children a healthy start in life, the opportunity to learn, and protection from harm.)

“Save the Children helps provide children with security and the opportunity to learn. They have a great track record.”

Alecia Bolduc 

Recipient: Propeller (Propeller is a nonprofit that grows and supports entrepreneurs to tackle social and environmental disparities in the greater New Orleans region through free accelerator programs and funding.)

“Propeller graduates have generated over $262 million in combined revenue and have created more than 485 jobs for New Orleanians in fields that have proven impact.”

Shawn Chesbrough

Recipient: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital (Lifesaving care and treatment for children.)

Mimi Faulhaber

Recipient: Gulf Coast Community Foundation (GCCF is a community foundation based in Sarasota, Florida, that works to address a wide variety of community needs, with a focus on human and health services, civic and economic development, education, arts and culture, and the environment.)

“I’ve worked with GCCF before, and they have a lot of great initiatives in my hometown. The donation will specifically go towards their mental health initiative.”

Cydonia Hubicki

Recipient: Loon Preservation Committee (LPC’s mission is to restore and maintain a healthy population of loons throughout NH by monitoring the health and productivity of loon populations and promoting a greater understanding of loons and the larger natural world.)

“I spent summers growing up in New Hampshire’s lakes region admiring the loons and volunteering to help protect the species.”

Welles Iselin

Recipient: The YMCA (YMCAs deliver projects and services focused on youth development through a wide variety of youth activities.)

“I volunteered in youth sporting groups for years and feel like it is a really valuable resource for so many children.”

Brittany Kirsch

Recipient: NH Lakes Association (NHLA’s mission is to keep New Hampshire’s lakes clean and healthy, now and in the future.)

“The lakes of New Hamshire have always been an important part of my life and continue to be my favorite place to visit. It’s important to keep the lakes clean for future generations of people and wildlife alike!”

Jon Klein

Recipient: National Resources Defense Council (The NRDC’s mission is to safeguard the Earth, its people, its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends.)

“Learning how to live in concert with our natural world is the most important challenge we have for the 21st century.”

Daniel Margolis

Recipient: National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.)

“National organization working to improve access to mental health resources.”

Henry Martin

Recipient: Greater Boston Food Bank (The Greater Boston Food Bank works passionately to end hunger across Eastern Massachusetts by providing our neighbors in need the healthy food and resources they need to thrive.)

“Supporting the local community in helping deliver food and resources to those in need.”

Dylan Moring

Recipient: Doctors Without Borders (Doctors Without Borders helps people worldwide where the need is greatest, delivering emergency medical aid to people affected by conflict, epidemics, disasters, or exclusion from health care.)

“They do critical work, directly providing medical aid to civilians in regions affected by war and serious diseases. Their goal is to help those who need it, irrespective of race, religion, or politics.”

Monica Traniello

Recipient: Animal Rescue League of Boston (As a nonprofit animal shelter, the Animal Rescue League of Boston is committed to empowering animals in need through education, training, veterinary services, and adoption.)

“Last year, I had the pleasure of becoming close with an adopted German Shepherd, Sirius, and I want to ensure that all animals like him get proper care when they are in need.”

Pierce Widdecombe

Recipient: Good Sports (Good Sports drives equitable access in youth sports and physical activity by supporting children in high-need communities to achieve their greatest potential, on the field and in life.)

“Provide access to sports and activities and equipment for high-need communities.”

Jack Wiener

Recipient: Buddy Dog (Buddy Dog is a no-kill animal shelter; over 1,000 homeless and abandoned animals each year find a new home through our shelter.)

“Local animal shelter that my daughter Stephanie has volunteered at.”

Ben Zaino

Recipient: Rosie’s Place (Rosie’s Place was founded in 1974 as the first women-only shelter in the United States. What began as a safe place for poor and homeless women to get a bed and a meal in Boston has grown into a community center providing wide-ranging support, education, and outreach services to 12,000 women a year.)

“I’ve worked with them before, and they’ve done a lot of good work in Boston.”

Eric Zoetmulder

Recipient: House of Hope of Martin County (Empowering Martin County Residents to Overcome Hunger and Hardship. House of Hope is a nonprofit agency that provides food, clothing, furniture, financial assistance, information & referral, and life-changing case management services to Martin County residents in need.)

“Local NGO helping to improve people’s lives in my own community.”