Giving Back to Philadelphia and Beyond

Juno Search Partners is in the business of people. That’s why giving back to the people in the Philadelphia community and the area organizations that help people are critical to our mission. While we donate money to various organizations throughout the year, ranging from cure walks to women’s groups, our priority is to also donate our time.

Beyond donation, Mikal is the co-founder of “Changin’ Lives” Foundation, which hosts an annual golf tournament, donating all proceeds to the Fox Chase Cancer Center.  Juno also partners with Philabundance in order to help them achieve their mission of feeding the area’s homeless and less fortunate. Below are just a few of the charities that Juno Search Partners works with throughout the year.

“Changin’ Lives” Foundation

Co-founded in 2003, “Changin’ Lives” started when Mikal and her dear friend, Kelly Saadi were roommates in Kutztown, PA and looking for an idea to remember lost loved ones who had succumb to cancer – while raising money to fight the good fight. At the time, they were both in the golf industry and launched a small outing to raise money for cancer research. Years later, the golf tournament sells out annually and has raised thousands upon thousands of dollars that has been donated to the American Cancer Society and Fox Chase Cancer Center.

Philadelphia Academies

Through their affiliation with The Philadelphia Society of People and Strategy(PSPS), Juno partners with Philadelphia Academies throughout the year, facilitating interactive interview workshops for high school students within the Philadelphia School District.  The mission of Philadelphia Academies, Inc. (PAI) is to expand life and economic options for Philadelphia public school students through career-focused programming that prepares young people for employment and post-secondary education.


Other Major Charity Involvement

Twice a year, Juno partners with Philabundance and donates time and sweat in the Distribution Center and Community Food Bank.  We truly believe that no one in the Philadelphia area should ever go to bed hungry.

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