At Cassidy Coates Price, we believe in community.
It is a simple concept. Anything worthwhile takes effort and we believe community engagement is key to keeping us grounded. It is more than just serving on a board or committee and monetary donations – it is serving our community. We do this by volunteering at shelters and foodbanks, raising awareness by supporting charities, or supporting events that honor our local heroes.
Long before the term “corporate social responsibility” arrived on the scene, we were doing it. Our culture of giving back to the local community began the day our firm opened its doors 20 years ago.
Today, we still empower every employee to volunteer their time to giving back in ways that are meaningful to them.
Organizations We Support
Feed Thy Neighbor
A cooperative effort of the Episcopal community of Greenville, Feed Thy Neighbor operates each Saturday morning to serve breakfast to the homeless community. In addition to just serving breakfast, the parishioners also donate clothing and other needed items to this vulnerable community. Several times a year, Cassidy Coates Price employees donate their time to prepare and serve breakfast to those most in need.
Jim Cassidy leads these efforts at the firm.
National Charity League
A group of mothers and daughters who donate their time and services to support philanthropies while instilling a sense of community giving, teamwork and leadership in our next generation. Some of the local organizations we have supported through NCL include Serenity Place: The Family Effect, Let There Be Mom, Homeless Period Project, Mill Village Farms, Ronald McDonald House, Meals on Wheels, and Project Host.
Amber Glidewell and her daughter lead these efforts.
The Meyer Center
Provides critical educational and therapeutic services to special needs children. The center is dedicated to enriching the lives of children with disabilities so that they might reach their full potential. Cassidy Coates Price employees participate regularly by donating time, as well as providing monetary donations.
Jim Cassidy leads in these efforts.