One More Smith was founded by Amy Allan Smith and Monica C. Smith as a “forever home” to feral animals and animals rescued from kill shelters. It is One More Smith’s belief that animals should never be euthanized for lack of space or medical issues. We urge everyone to support One More Smith in providing care for these deserving animals.
Global Citizenship is central to the life of our company and the lives of our employees. We share a goal greater than ourselves to improve the quality of who we are and what we do in every aspect of our lives. We give back without hesitation or reservation, both in time and financially. We contribute to causes near and dear to our hearts, causes that make a difference. Marketsmith has helped charitable organizations supporting disabled children, feeding the poor, furthering children’s educations, and providing a permanent home for disabled animals.
How You Can Help
We’re proud of the good work our employees do, but the fact is the groups on this page can use far more help than we alone can give. We encourage you to click on the links below, and join us in making our communities better places to live for everyone.
Conceived by Monica and Amy Smith, and executed yearly entirely by Marketsmith team members, “Bring Dinner Home” serves hundreds of deserving families in Newark, NJ a complete holiday dinner, provides a night of family entertainment and gives every family a grocery store gift card to buy food for the household.
Bring Dinner Home’s mission is to develop a connection with all businesses in New Jersey and build a model to end child hunger and provide a system of support, education and security.
To donate to Bring Dinner Home, please click here.
The Cedar Hill Community Development Corporation offers a high-quality Community After School Program that provides a safe, nurturing and enriching environment for children in kindergarten through sixth grade. A significant number of the students are from families at or below the poverty level.
Table to Table
Table to Table is a community-based food rescue program that collects prepared and perishable food that would otherwise be wasted and delivers it to organizations serving the hungry in the Bergen, Essex, Hudson, and Passaic counties of New Jersey.
Over 400 children in Morris and Sussex Counties will not sleep in their own beds tonight. CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) recruits and trains volunteers to act as mentors to children in crisis and as their advocates through the complicated legal system.
Formed as a response to the devastating earthquake in Nepal of 2015, The Asha Project is a New Jersey-based organization with a global impact, constructing homes, schools, and community centers and providing microloans in order to build a promising future for the world’s poorest people.
We are extremely proud to support Jersey Battered Women’s Service and their work in preventing domestic violence and abuse, now celebrating 40 years of service. Our latest effort is the Yellow Card Challenge, bringing the No2DatingAbuse Campaign to schools across the state.
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