Our Newest Members
The Satell Institute is proud to welcome the following organizations to the Collective Force of Businesses & Nonprofits for the Greater GoodTM.
Flyers Charities, the charitable arm of the Philadelphia Flyers, proudly supports nonprofits that provide educational and recreational resources to underserved youth, engage in important medical and healthcare research, and countless community development initiatives. In joining the Satell Institute, Flyers Charities has pledged a yearly sum for four years to Michael’ Way. This outstanding nonprofit eases the financial hardships of hundreds of families whose children are suffering from cancer. Families can concentrate on the real battle — saving their child’s life – thanks to financial support from Michael’s Way.
Citizens Bank operates more than 1,200 branches and approximately 3,200 ATMs across 11 states. Citizens Bank ranks 23rd on the list of largest banks in the United States. In joining the Satell Institute, Citizens Bank has pledged a yearly sum for four years to Project HOME. This outstanding nonprofit empowers adults, children, and families to break the cycle of homelessness and poverty, to alleviate the underlying causes of poverty, and to enable everyone to attain their fullest potential as individuals and as members of the broader society.
Mark & Paula Solomon Philanthropies
Mark & Paula Solomon Philanthropies focuses on helping children at risk both locally and in Israel. In joining the Satell Institute, the Mark & Paula Solomon Philanthropies has pledged a yearly sum for four years to The Gésu School. The Gésu School is the collaboration of people of all faiths — donors, volunteers, parents, teachers, mentors, and people like you — who recognize the profound impact of Gésu on the lives of the young people that it serves.
Barry and Susan are individual philanthropists involved in multiple initiatives. In joining the Satell Institute, Kahan Philanthropies has pledged a yearly sum for four years to the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC). Working today in over 70 countries, the JDC acts on behalf of North America's Jewish communities and others to rescue Jews in danger, provide relief to those in distress, revitalize overseas Jewish communities, and help Israel overcome the social challenges of its most vulnerable citizens.