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KJCG Community Partnerships

We invest time, energy, and talent in supporting our Capital Region community. When an organization makes a commitment to its community by investing in local businesses, educational institutions, nonprofit programs, and other valuable resources, that investment paves the way for the organization’s own growth and success.

We at KJCG want to be involved in fostering positive change locally and nationally by sharing our knowledge, expertise, and resources. We believe that being a good corporate citizen is, in many ways, key to being a successful business.

Our community initiatives support the work of these groups:  

  • A More Welcoming, Inclusive and Safer Troy
  • Capital Roots
  • Historic Troy 2020
  • Hunger in Troy
  • Rensselaer County Historical Society
  • Rensselaer County Regional Chamber of Commerce
  • Sage Colleges
  • Troy Police
  • Troy School Board
  • Troy 100 Forum
  • Troy High School
  • YWCA of the Greater Capital Region

Our Firm members support these groups:

  • Albany Capitals (girls' basketball team, after-school program)
  • Arts Center of The Capital Region
  • Capital Leadership at the Albany-Colonie Regional Chamber of Commerce
  • Capital Region Sponsor-a-Scholar
  • Girls, Inc.
  • Joseph’s House
  • Leadership Institute at the Rensselaer County Regional Chamber of Commerce
  • Literacy Volunteers of America, Mohawk-Hudson Chapter
  • Park Playhouse
  • The Capital District Community Gardens
  • Make-a-Wish Foundation of Northeast New York
  • New York State Museum
  • New York State Theatre Institute
  • Troy Boys and Girls Club
  • Upper Hudson Planned Parenthood
  • Unity House
  • YWCA of the Greater Capital Region

One World Everybody Eats Foundation

One World Everybody Eats Foundation, originally based in Salt Lake City, Utah, is a nonprofit community kitchen with a BIG mission to end world hunger. The community kitchen concept is similar to that of a soup kitchen, but it incorporates a pay-as-you-can model. If an individuals cannot afford to pay for the meals they receive from the kitchen, they are expected to pay what they can, knowing that others may be able to pay more.

"It somehow stays in balance," said Founder Denise Cerreta. "I think ultimately people are good.  They want to contribute."  

For more information on One World Everybody Eats, please click here.

Make a Difference Days

We encourage KJCG members to participate in programs of their choice through Make a Difference Days, paid time off that can be used to volunteer within our community.