50% of Profits go to Wayfair Charities
Yep, you heard it right. 50% of all profits from this endeavor go to the charities of Wayfair employees. When you buy and eat a sandwich, sushi roll, pizza slice, burrito, or tasty burger from this site... you are supporting a Wayfair charity. So, if you're running a road race or marathon on behalf of a charity, or simply fundraising for your favorite nonprofit, fill out the form below and receive 50% of the profits for a week of this endeavor. Thank you for supporting Wayfair charities!
Upcoming Employee Charities
Week 1: Massachusetts Soldiers Legacy Fund
Employee fundraiser: Ryan Durkin, Product Manager
The Massachusetts Soldiers Legacy Fund (MSLF) was founded in 2004 with a simple goal: to provide educational assistance grants to the children of Massachusetts Servicemembers who were killed while deployed on Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom.
Week 2: Dana Farber
Employee fundraiser: Sarah Donner, Product Manager
Employee fundraiser: Mike O'Hanlon, Media & Acquisitions
Since its founding in 1947, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, Massachusetts has been committed to providing adults and children with cancer with the best treatment available today while developing tomorrow's cures through cutting-edge research.
Week 3: Hoping for Another Best Friend: Erica Way
Employee fundraiser: Chris Morley
Erica Way is looking to meet her end of the bargain for a new service dog from NEADS to replace her previous lifelong companion, Baker.
Week 4: New England Patriots Charitable Foundation
Employee fundraiser: Robert Hughes
My sister runs the Boston Marathon every year and raises money for the New England Patriots Charitable Foundation. The Foundation's primary goal is to support programs that aid the youth and families of the New England region by assisting programs that foster cultural diversity, education, family and health. The Foundation has taken special interest in youth programs that encourage education, creativity and development of character.
Week 5: Project MAYHEMS
Employee fundraiser: Rob Birmingham
Our goal at P.M.I. is to provide an incentive based system of monetary rewards to low-income, at-risk 9-12th grade (high school) students, in exchange for their high academic performance, clean disciplinary records, and adequate attendance.
As a potential 501(c)(3) organization, we hope to entice individual donors, businesses, and communities to contribute as much as they can towards the well being and upward socioeconomic mobility of troubled, at-risk, low-income youth. Their contributions will translate into the aforementioned rewards (gift cards, discounts, coupons, etc.) thus allowing them to gain more business from an otherwise untapped market. This in turn will uplift the community, provide an excellent opportunity for public relations for the businesses, and most importantly improve the lives of many marginalized, disillusioned students and their families who struggle to make ends meet.
Week 6: Foundation for Small Voices
Employee fundraiser: Jess Rucinski
The Foundation for Small Voices (FSV) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to using music to cross cultural, generational, and ideological boundaries to raise awareness and funds for national and international programs for children. We encourage the use of music as a means to build self-esteem, self-reliance, and a sense of community.
In Boston, FSV brings semester-long choral programs to inner-city kids whose schools otherwise have limited funds for the arts, providing an incentive to come to school as well as an empowering experience.